Product Code: GDOG-TR-S053
Gas flaring involves excess natural gas being burnt or flared off during an oil and gas operation. Gas flaring takes place across the oil and gas value chain but is predominant in the upstream sector. Natural gas is often flared off in the upstream sector during the production of crude oil. The stranded natural gas forms a small percentage of the produced hydrocarbons, rendering it uneconomical for harvesting and monetizing. But over time, the flared gases result in serious environmental degradation.
- This report reviews the major gas flaring countries and their efforts to reduce flaring activities.
- This report reviews the oil and gas industry leaders and their involvement in curtailing gas flaring activities.
- It highlights the various trends influencing the gas flaring theme.
- It analyses the gas flaring value chain and identifies major players as leaders and laggards, based on their commitments and actions pertaining gas flaring.
Reasons to Buy
- Identify the key industry, technology, and regulatory trends impacting the global gas flaring activity.
- Overview of the leading gas flaring countries and their efforts to reduce flaring.
- Overview of the gas flaring value chain and the key leaders and laggards in it.
- Identify and benchmark key oil and gas players based on their commitments and actions in the gas flaring theme.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Technology Briefing
- Gas flaring process
- Types of flares
- Types of flaring
- Industry trends
- Technology trends
- Regulatory trends
- Industry analysis
- Leading gas flaring countries
- Emission targets of flaring companies
- Flaring and regulations in midstream and downstream sectors
- Mitigating gas flaring
- Value chain
- Sector scorecard
- Independent oil and gas companies' scorecard
- Our thematic research methodology
- About GlobalData
- Contact Us