Flaring of Natural Gas in Guyana: Why Is It Happening, and How Can It Be Minimized? | Institute for Sustainable Energy

, Flaring of Natural Gas in Guyana: Why Is It Happening, and How Can It Be Minimized? | Institute for Sustainable Energy, TheCircularEconomy.com

Flaring of Natural Gas in Guyana: Why Is It Happening, and How Can It Be Minimized? Robert Kleinberg Senior Fellow, ISE Principal, Presidio Energy Technology Guyana, a small nation in northeast South America, has featured prominently in energy news lately. ExxonMobil and others have found very large oil reservoirs off the coast, and are presently ramping up production there. One of the main finds is the Liza field, 190 km offshore in water depths ranging from 1500 to 1900 meters.

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