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  • Efforts to eliminate routine gas flaring by 2030 have stalled despite the growing urgency to decarbonize. Improved practices at individual companies are helping. But experts point to a general lack of government action in terms of policy carrots — or sticks to penalize the worst offenders. Still, sustained high prices and energy security concerns could increasingly make gas capture an economic necessity rather than a choice.
JANE COLLIN has worked for Energy Intelligence for over 20 years in various roles in the UK and US, reporting and writing on everything from Russia to upstream projects in the US.
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