Trump administration vs Obama’s rule on natural gas flaring

Two weeks into an-all Republican government, President Trump and his administration have disrupted the Oil & Gas industry. On 3rd February 2017 the Republican-controlled house voted to overturn the Obama administration rule that sought to reduce methane emissions being released into the environment. As part of the Democrat’s campaign to combat climate change, Obama’s Interior…

Gas flaring in the News

Two days before publishing its 2016 full-year results, oil and gas giant Shell is making moves to greatly reduce its debts. In a deal with Chrysaor worth an estimated $3.8bn, Shell has sold a significant portion of its North Sea Oil fields. Meanwhile, in an attempt to improve the efficiency of on-site oil and gas…

Gas flaring in the news – December / January 2017

Global oil production continues to grow, and with it associated gas flaring volumes.  New data released by the World Bank’s Global Gas Flaring Partnership (GGFP) show that while some high-flaring countries are making progress with flaring reduction, overall flaring volumes have increased.  Nigeria has made significant progress to reduce gas flaring, and a government announcement…

VSL Testing – Improved accuracy

Extensive testing at VSL demonstrated that the Fluenta 160 flare gas meter achieves 1.5 % accuracy even in low flow.   Complete the form below to download the PDF: The link to the download will be emailed to you shortly. Please check your spam folder, or contact info@fluenta.com for further assistance. Name (required) Email Address…

Are you paying too much tax for your gas flaring?

The recent COP22 conference on climate change saw signatories to the Paris Agreement reaffirm commitments to reduce carbon emissions.  With tighter regulations and increased taxation likely to follow, businesses that flare natural gas are already implementing new processes to minimise the release of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere. Many companies are looking for ways…