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Mexican energy companies lag methane emission rules, investigators say

Mexican oil and gas companies, including state giant Pemex, are lagging behind on their obligations to identify, report and mitigate methane emissions from their installations, an investigation by a group of non-profits found. Government regulation requires oil and gas companies to identify and measure their methane emissions, and submit a so-called program for prevention and integrated control of methane emissions (PPCIEM) to environmental regulator. Investigators at the Mexican Methane Emissions Observatory, an alliance of three non-profit organizations, found that so far only 7% of regulated entities have submitted some of the required documents.