I highly recommend this CSIS video. It's 53 minutes but worth your time if you have a stake in natural gas, at any level.
Lowering Methane Emissions in the Global Gas Industry
Jun 1, 2022 Cutting methane emissions from the oil and gas sector offers one of the fastest, most cost-effective opportunities to slow the pace of global warming. This session will focus on the actions taken by oil and gas producers to reduce their methane emissions. Ben Cahill will provide an overview of the recent CSIS report, Reducing Methane Emissions from Global Gas, including policy recommendations and engagement strategies with global gas players. A discussion with Mark Brownstein (EDF) and Mary Streett (BP) will follow, focusing on how companies and markets are responding to government regulations and investor pressures to enhance methane monitoring and reduce emissions. This event is made possible by support from the Environmental Defense Fund. --------------------------------------------- A nonpartisan institution, CSIS is the top national security think tank in the world. Visit www.csis.org to find more of our work as we bring bipartisan solutions to the world's greatest challenges.
I think that the way to ensure a long term life for Haynesville Shale production is to adopt monitoring and emissions reducing programs. The fact that molecules now wasted would benefit operators and mineral owners alike is a no brainer. This should extend to every commercial endeavor associated with natural gas. Louisiana has much at stake and should be a leader in reducing methane emissions.