Flare gas reduction refers to the process of minimizing or eliminating the flaring of natural gas that is produced as a byproduct during oil and gas operations. 

Flaring is a common practice in the industry, but it contributes to greenhouse gas emissions and is considered wasteful. We consider the following: 

  • Gas capture and utilization.
  • Improved production and processing techniques.
  • Enhanced flare system design.
  • Flared gas re-injection.
  • Flared gas utilization.

Our teams work with partner companies to develop tailored solutions for flare gas to fuel gas conversion for flare to power projects.

Harnessing the flare gas as fuel gas we provide low emission gas turbines for additional power generation; this power can be harnessed either onto grid or to island operation on offshore installations.

Official estimates count around 150 billion m3 of natural gas being flared each year, which corresponds to 350 million tons of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere. VGE is supporting the oil and gas industry in its efforts to endorse the World Bank's "Zero Routine Flaring by 2030".

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