INDIA’S ONGC PUSHES AHEAD WITH PLANS TO REDUCE FLARING FROM CURRENT MINIMAL LEVELS

BY RAGHAVENDRA VERMA, in New Delhi

INDIA'S oil industry has made great strides towards reducing flaring, but more gas by-product from oil production can still be extracted and sold, says India's Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC).

Niladri Kumar Mitra (NOTE - NAME IS CORRECT) offshore director for ONGC told the Petroleum Review that his organisation has worked "since late nineties to reduce those gases from flaring", and that in some platforms and plants "has achieved zero flaring."
Of course, although ...


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