Improving Regulatory Approaches for Abating Upstream Gas Emissions in a Low Carbon Era: Case Study of Algeria, Egypt, and Nigeria
Article from: OGEL 2 (2022), in Flaring
The oil and gas industry has played an integral role in driving the world's economy, but gas venting and flaring when developing oil and gas resources contribute to the emission of greenhouse gases such as methane and carbon dioxide. The world is stepping up efforts towards clean energy transitions to meet global climate change goals. However, petroleum resources will continue to be a big part of the energy mix for many years. Consequently, soft and hard instruments are crucial in oil and gas producing countries to curtail and stop the gas flaring enigma. This study uses a doctrinal and ...