(1) methane emissions from biogenic sources such as (A)
tropical, temperate, and subarctic forests, (B) tundra, and (C)
freshwater and saltwater wetlands; and
(2) the changes in methane emissions from biogenic sources that
may occur as a result of potential increases in temperatures and
atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide.
(e) Study of Measures To Limit Growth in Methane
Concentrations.-Not later than 2 years after the completion of the
studies in subsections (b), (c), and (d), the Administrator shall
prepare and submit to the Congress a report that presents options
outlining measures that could be implemented to stop or reduce the
growth in atmospheric concentrations of methane from sources within
the United States referred to in paragraphs (1) through (6) of
subsection (b). This study shall identify and evaluate the technical
options for reducing methane emissions from each of the activities
listed in subsection (b), as well as other activities or sources
deemed by such agencies to be significant, and shall include an
evaluation of costs, technology, safety, energy, and other factors.
The study shall be based on the other studies under this section. The
study shall also identify programs of the United States and
international lending agencies that could be used to induce lesser
developed countries to undertake measures that will reduce methane
emissions and the resource needs of such programs.
(f) Information Gathering.-In carrying out the studies under this
section, the provisions and requirements of section 114 of the Clean
Air Act shall be available for purposes of obtaining information to
carry out such studies.
(g) Consultation and Coordination.-In preparing the studies under
this section the Administrator shall consult and coordinate with the
Secretary of Energy, the Administrators of the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration, and the heads of other relevant
Federal agencies and departments. In the case of the studies under
subsections (a), (b), and (e), such consultation and coordination
shall include the Secretary of Agriculture.
TITLE VII-PROVISIONS RELATING TO ENFORCEMENT
Sec. 701. Section 113 enforcement.
Sec. 702. Compliance certification.
Sec. 703. Administrative enforcement subpoenas.
Sec. 704. Emergency orders.
Sec. 705. Contractor listings.
Sec. 706. Judicial review pending reconsideration of regulation.
Sec. 707. Citizen suits.
Sec. 708. Enhanced implementation and enforcement of new source review
Sec. 709. Movable stationary sources.
Sec. 710. Enforcement of new titles of the Act.
Sec. 711. Savings provisions and effective dates.
Sec. 701. SECTION 113 ENFORCEMENT.
Section 113 of the Clean Air Act is amended to read as follows:
"SEC. 113. FEDERAL ENFORCEMENT.
"(a) In General.-
"(1) Order to comply with sip.-Whenever, on the basis of any
information available to the Administrator, the Administrator