Gas leaks are increasingly common in the United States and Canada.

The vast majority of them are caused by natural gas leaks in homes, and the vast majority are caused when natural gas is injected into wells.

According to a recent study by the US Environmental Protection Agency, the most common source of methane emissions in the US is from natural gas production.

But the vast amount of gas leaks that are being detected in homes are also increasing. 

“The gas leaks are so common that the EPA estimates that there could be nearly one leak per day,” explained Matthew J. Sallinger, a scientist at the Center for Global Development, who co-authored the report.

“The methane is being pumped into the ground from a source, like a natural gas well, but the leaks are also being detected by other sources, like pipes and plumbing systems.”

Sallingson said the US has about 1,500 natural gas wells in operation, and that more than two-thirds of the wells are operating.

But most of those wells are operated by companies that have no way of knowing how the gas is being handled. 

Some of the biggest gas leaks from the US are in the rural areas where people live, and often they are leaking into nearby rivers, which are also home to many fish.

“There’s a huge amount of methane coming out of these areas,” said Sallerson.

“If there’s an oil spill or a coal spill, there’s a lot of methane in the water.”

Sallsinger said that methane leaks are particularly bad in the Appalachian Basin, which contains many coal-mining communities in the heart of the US, where there is a lot more natural gas than there is coal.

In addition to the gas leaks, many homes in the area are leaking methane gas.

But a recent survey found that the biggest source of natural gas methane leaks is leaks from oil and gas operations.

The EPA estimates there are more than 300 natural gas pipelines that are leaking natural gas into waterways.

That means that if the pipelines leaked, they would affect the entire state of Pennsylvania.

Sallsingson’s team examined more than 1,300 natural gas pipeline leaks in Pennsylvania and found that there were at least 300 methane leaks.

He said that these leaks are happening even in areas where there are no leaks. 

In addition to methane leaks, Sallers study found that water pollution from natural and industrial sources is a significant cause of methane leaks in the state. 

According to the study, natural gas pollution is the main source of the methane leaks and that is why natural gas has been the biggest culprit in Pennsylvania.

Natural gas is a byproduct of natural coal, oil, and natural gas drilling.

The study said that natural gas produced from oil, coal, or natural gas extraction, can leak into streams and rivers.

The methane is also released into the air when the natural gas reacts with water.

The most significant sources of natural methane are natural gas and oil drilling. 

The researchers say that natural and natural oil are the major sources of methane leakage in the states, but there are other sources of oil and natural methane as well.

Salsinger said the research showed that natural oil production, as well as natural gas, are responsible for about 30 percent of methane methane leaks that occurred in Pennsylvania, and oil and coal-fired plants are responsible more than 30 percent. 

Sallsinger says that the researchers are working on a plan to reduce methane leaks from these sources and to reduce the amount of natural oil and methane produced in Pennsylvania in the future.