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What do Nord Stream methane leaks mean for climate change?

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Updates & Corrections

  • Clarification 30 September 2022: This story has been changed slightly to make it clear that Mark Davis's comments referred to global annual methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.

  • Correction 03 October 2022: An earlier version of this story implied that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine caused the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to be shut in February. In fact, Nord Stream 2 was not operational before the invasion.


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