A Montana nonprofit is at the beginning of closing roughly a third of Montana’s abandoned oil wells. The group says it aims to stop the wells from leaking carbon and methane into the environment.
The Well Done Foundation says it plugged its first well in Toole County in late April and monitoring shows it no longer emits greenhouse gasses.
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Plugging orphan wells instantaneously stops CO2 air and water pollution.
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