Developing a Market-Based Approach to Gas-Flaring Regulation in Nigeria and Experiences from Norway and Canada
Article from: OGEL 2 (2022), in Flaring
Gas flaring has been a global concern in spite of various strategies to combat it, and despite the provisions of the Paris Agreement which highlights both market and non-market instruments targeted at emission reduction, energy efficiency and sustainability. The need for low carbon economies to promote energy efficiency and decarbonization with stringent measures, is advocated. The study adopts a comparative approach in examining the international legal regime on gas flaring and the market-based instruments (MBIs) under the Paris Agreement, to ensure reduction of gas flaring. The study ...