Summit to address gas flaring issues
Abu Dhabi, January 26, 2014
A conference in Abu Dhabi in May will provide an in-depth overview on gas flaring concept through interactive panel discussions, and successful case studies.
Gas Flaring is a common practice followed by oil and gas wells around the world.
The Gas Flaring Management Summit, will be organised by Fleming Gulf, on May 20 and 21.
One of the key topics at the summit will look into options benefitting the local communities situated close to the flaring sites.
CNG development manager, Fazal Ali Khan from Emgas will analyse the cost effectiveness and explore alternative usage options and find value for the flared gas. The major reason why producers prefer to flare natural gas is because it requires costly investment and better integration of infrastructure. Analysing the current infrastructures in oil and gas processing units will be addressed by Mohammed Daoud, manager – engineering and projects from Adco.
The summit will witness Mahboob Mia, environment services section leader from Adma-Opco giving an overview on the “Multi Million Dollar Gas Processing Facility (GPF) Project in Zakum Fields“ and how it became the first project within the group to achieve “zero flaring“.
It will also educate the attendees on the regulatory restrictions and tax incentivisation programs introduced to achieve zero gas flaring reduction targets, the statement said. - TradeArabia News Service