The EU should bring its external gas suppliers to the table for dialog over how best to manage methane emissions, rather than look to impose any kind of penalty on significant emitters, the secretary general of industry body Eurogas said in an interview. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now James Watson told S&P Global Platts that the idea of penalizing suppliers for having an inferior methane emissions footprint risked alienating those suppliers. The European Commission plans this year to bring legislative proposals on how to best tackle methane emissions — which are significantly more polluting than CO2 — from upstream operations. While the initial focus will be on legislation for measuring and verifying emissions, the EC […]