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The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria. (2021)
Journal Article
MOLLER, L. and MOHAMMED, J.I. [2021]. The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria. Oil, gas and energy law [online]: law and policy for gas flaring in a low-carbon economy, Provisional. Available from: https://www.ogel.org/journal-advance-publication-article.asp?key=700

The flaring of gas and consequent carbon dioxide emissions from oil and gas installations is a significant environmental problem in many countries and a key contributor to global warming and climate change. The process consumes useful natural resourc... Read More about The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria..

The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria. (2021)
Presentation / Conference
MOHAMMED, J.I. and MOLLER, L. 2021. The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria. Presented at 2021 AIPN (Association of International Petroleum Negotiators) student forum: Nigerian issues and energy transition in developing nations webinar, 22 July 2021, [virtual conference].

Associated gas (AG) flaring is declared illegal in many countries, however, the practice continues with impunity in most oil-producing countries like Russia, Iraq, Iran and USA, Venezuela, Algeria and Nigeria among others. Though may only occur in ce... Read More about The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria..