Flaring Progress in the Permian: Leading the World

Flaring Progress in the Permian: Leading the World

Roseland O&G

Austin, Texas – Methane emissions intensity in the Permian Basin has declined over 70 percent the past eight years as oil production more than tripled over the same period, according to an analysis by Texans for Natural Gas (TNG), a project of the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association (TIPRO). The analysis, Flaring Progress in the Permian: Leading the World, is TNG’s follow up to the organization’s report…

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