Global gas flaring round-up: 22 July

Here’s a round-up of some of the news on gas flaring this week: Capterio published a paper “gas flaring in the global LNG supply chain” which has been widely read and also reported on by Energy Flux “the glaring problem with ‘carbon neutral’ LNG” and Boiling Cold “Ichthys flaring cast doubt on carbon-neutral LNG cargo“ […]

Flaring news roundup: 16th July

We highlight here a few of the most interesting flaring-related developments this week: The EU launches its climate plan and brings carbon border price closer. Whilst not yet on fossil fuels, the direction is clear, with current ETS being extended to aviation and shipping and a new ETS for buildings and road transport. Plus there […]

Flaring news roundup: 9 July 2021

Here are a few of the most exciting bits of flaring news this week: Keen interest from a significant number of our clients around our article on Algeria’s gas flaring and the impact of upcoming carbon border prices in the EU. The good news here is that there are many technically- and commercially-viable projects – […]

Flaring weekly roundup from Capterio

This week has seen some significant developments in flaring, which we highlight below. The IFC has arranged for a $360 million loan (from the IFC itself and 8 commercial banks Bank of China, Citi, Deutsche Bank AG, Industrial Commercial Bank of China, Natixis, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Société Générale and Standard Chartered Bank) over 5 […]

Capterio webinar and feature article on gas flaring

Capterio webinar and feature article on gas flaring

This month, GeoExpro published its quarterly magazine with a feature article on gas flaring, written by Capterio’s Mark Davis, John-Henry Charles and Brian Hepp. The article (see it online here, or download it here) is a comprehensive introduction into the “what”, “why” and “where” of flaring – plus also outline some of the “how” around […]

Capterio launches free and open-access flare tracker tool, FlareIntel

Capterio launches free and open-access flare tracker tool, FlareIntel

Today, Capterio launched FlareIntel. FlareIntel is a free satellite-aided gas flare tracker for the oil & gas sector. FlareIntel enables anyone to track every flare, at every facility, globally. After all, routine flaring needs to end if we want to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. We could prevent 1.2 billion CO2-equivalent tonnes being emitted into […]

Capterio delivers key presentation at UK-Algeria Energy Transition conference

Capterio delivers key presentation at UK-Algeria Energy Transition conference

Capterio’s CEO, Mark Davis, gave a key presentation as part of a conference focussed on the Energy Transition as part of an event hosted by the Algerian and British governments. His speech was complemented by a keynote from Jeremy Oppenheim (Founding Partner of SYSTEMIQ and Programme Director of the Energy Transitions Commission). In his presentation, […]

Capterio’s analysis and insight feature in IEA’s flaring commentary

Capterio’s analysis and insight feature in IEA’s flaring commentary

The IEA has just published a commentary titled “putting gas flaring in the spotlight” which highlights the scale of the oil and gas industry’s flaring challenge, but also talks to examples of flare solutions and best practices. Delivering material flare reductions are key to delivering the IEA’s sustainable development scenario. The authors are the IEA’s […]

Capterio hosts flaring discussion with geoscientists

Capterio hosts flaring discussion with geoscientists

On the 18th June, Capterio’s CEO Mark Davis led a discussion kindly hosted by the UK’s PESGB (Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain). The presentation, titled “Flaring: the $20 billion decarbonisation lever”, was part of an ongoing discussion led by Neil Frewin (PESGB’s President) on the role of geoscience in the energy transition. Flaring is […]