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Saneg and Vema Carbon launch flare gas utilisation project

DOWNSTREAM CENTRAL ASIA AND CASPIAN

Saneg and Vema Carbon launch flare gas utilisation project

The project will create conditions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and optimizing production processes.

Source: Saneg

Saneg Company in partnership with Vema Carbon S. A. and ICA-Finance A. S., establishments, registered in Switzerland and Norway respectively, are planning to implement a project to recover flare gases at the TPE Qarshi and TPE Mubarek.

The project is planned to be implemented in two phases:Phase 1 including oil fields: Yanghi Karatepa, Northern Shurtan and Turtsari. Phase 2 shall include fields: Northern Urtabulak, Sardob, Chegara, Shurtepa and Eastern Tashly.

Saneg invites all interested parties to express their feedback, suggestions and possible concerns regarding the implementation of the abovementioned flaring reduction projects.

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