Jay, I moved your post here as it deals more with climate change than EVs directly.
It would make my year if the gas industry packed up and left town. From the (IMO) over-sized drilling pads to fracking to pipelines zig-zagging all over the place, I've had enough (and that doesn't even include the doubling of road traffic and resulting road destruction).
I found a study on fugitive emissions a while back (even including vehicle emissions to drill and support wells), but I feel its figures are too low. Whenever they frack a well, there is a steady stream of tanker trucks going past my work for two weeks straight...for ONE well! That doesn't include the thousands of pickup trucks driving around, nearly all from out-of-state.
One only has to look at this year's CO2 cycle to see some de-stabilization. Concentrations were noticeably above the usual increase and were inconsistent (normally follows a relatively smooth sine wave). https://scripps.ucsd.edu/programs/keeli ... _years.png