Will Producers Head Off Permian Gas Flaring Spike?

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Natural gas flaring in the Permian Basin is likely to accelerate through mid-2024 after three years of declines thanks to associated gas volumes that continue to outpace pipeline capacity, according to a new report.

Flaring, Policy and Regulation, Methane Emissions, Corporate Strategy , Gas Supply, Oil Supply
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