LNG – what is it and how is it made?

Liquid Natural Gas Without a feasible route to market, natural gas, a by-product of oil extraction and processing, is sometimes flared at the point of production. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) provides a solution for safely storing and transporting natural gas where pipelines aren’t available or viable. Therefore, LNG helps to reduce flaring and monetise the…

In the Pipeline – the U.S.

With the World Bank’s 2030 zero-flaring initiative deadline approaching, reducing flare gas is becoming a priority. This series examines the various ways companies and countries can achieve this, from increased pipeline infrastructure, to installing flare gas recovery systems. This blog examines the existing pipeline infrastructure in the U.S., the links between this and flaring, and…