A methane gathering and digesting facility at a California dairy.

(AP Photo)

Oil and gas development is a deeply divisive issue in Colorado, especially when it occurs near homes. Yet this state is known nationwide for oil and gas compromise in one area: regulating methane emissions. In 2014, Colorado passed landmark methane rules that other states copied. So did the federal government. But, what have these rules achieved? Today, Inside Energy Reporter and CPR News contributor Dan Boyce takes a look in this special program: “Invisible Leaks: Where Natural Gas Falls Short.”