Gas Flaring Halved in 2 South Pars Phases

Gas Flaring Halved in 2 South Pars PhasesGas Flaring Halved in 2 South Pars Phases

Gas flaring in phases 17 and 18 of the giant South Pars Gas Field in the Persian Gulf has reduced by 50% to help preserve the environment, head of South Pars’s seventh refinery said.
“With the launch of the first off-gas compressor, gas flaring in the two phases has been cut by 50%,” Hassan Asadi was quoted as saying by IRNA.
Off-gases from refineries often contain components such as diolefins, olefins, CO2, CO, hydrocarbons, H2S, and various organic sulfur species – all of which are harmful to the environment and subject to increasingly stricter regulations.


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