Gas Company Curtails CO2
Gas Company Curtails CO2
Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Iran Gas Company Curtails CO2

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Iran Gas Company Curtails CO2

In line with efforts to curtail gas emissions, Shahid Hasheminejad Gas Processing Company curbed the release of 46,000 tons of carbon dioxide by developing the second phase of flare gas recovery (FGR) method in the previous fiscal that ended on March 20, managing director of the company said.
"Two phases of the FGR venture have become operational and the completion of other phases is high on the refinery's agenda," Mojtaba Monbeti was also quoted as saying by Shana, the Oil Ministry's news agency. 
FGR is the process of recovering gases that would normally be flared, so they can be used as fuel gas elsewhere in the facility, which helps reduce emissions and cost.


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