Oil Dynamics to Dictate Permian Flaring Despite Rising Gas Prices

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As oil and gas companies demonstrate progress in lowering the emissions intensity of their operations, experts argue public pressure and high natural gas prices may not be enough to solve the methane waste problem plaguing the Permian Basin. Instead, oil market dynamics will continue to govern industry-wide gas flaring volumes until regulators step in.

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