University of Wyoming researchers use special equipment and a mobile laboratory to measure methane emissions coming from oil and gas facilities
As part of a groundbreaking project with EDF, these University of Wyoming researchers use special equipment and a mobile laboratory to measure methane emissions coming from oil and gas facilities.

Energy

We’re in a race to transform energy around the world, making it cleaner, more efficient and more reliable for everyone. That’s good for our climate, our health and our economy.

From light switch to ignition switch, energy powers our lives. But much of it comes from burning oil and natural gas, a major cause of climate change and air pollution.

Reducing emissions from those fuels is only part of the job. Breaking the world’s dependence on oil and gas is just as critical. That’s why EDF, with a wide range of partners, is tackling both — for a clean energy future.

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We bring diverse perspectives and skills to the energy challenge. Meet some of the people representing key parts of this work.

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