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HARC’s Flaring Issues, Solutions and Technologies Workshops on April 17 and April 23
HARC’s Flaring Issues, Solutions and Technologies -2019 team are holding the second and third workshops in Midland (4/17) and Denver (4/23) as part of a series of four focusing on flaring mitigation. This project has been funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Fossil Energy with the objective of evaluating the current state of technologies to address flaring of natural gas at well sites across the U.S. The workshops span across the major shale plays and centers of operations including Houston, Midland, Denver and the Marcellus/Utica region.
Participants explore specific needs and issues associated with operations related to addressing natural gas at the wellhead.
Additional workshop objectives include:
- Determining the extent of flared/stranded gas in various basins
- Summarizing regulations regarding flaring
- Identifying/introducing technologies in use to address flaring and monetize gas at the wellhead Information gathered during the workshops will contribute to an updated White Paper discussing cost-effective technologies, barriers for adaptation and other issues associated with flaring mitigation.
This information will then be distributed through printed and electronic media for all stakeholders. For more information, contact Andra Wilcox at awilcox@HARCresearch.org.