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flaring

[′fler·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Increasing the diameter at the end of a pipe or tube.
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By providing consistent, well-shaped flares, Swagelok's FTF 1000 plastic tube flaring system is a major improvement for customers using existing cold and hot flaring technology, which fails to provide repeatable, well-formed tube ends.
The company will also establish a 24 hour hotline to answer any community questions about flaring events at the facility.
Mohammad-nejad did not speak of any general policy of capturing gas and ending the flaring policy.
By Pratap John/Chief Business Reporter In a clear effort aimed at improving energy efficiency and mitigating climate change, Qatar Petroleum (QP) and the World Bank-led Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) partnership have agreed to extend their cooperation in reducing flaring associated with oil and gas production.
OMAN has made significant gains in cutting down on the flaring of natural gas, the World Bank reveals in a recent report detailing global trends in gas flaring and venting.
NEIGHBOURS of the Wilton chemical complex have been given a public apology for the flaring on the site.
The shift shows that calcium in a flare was moving out toward the satellite, while the X-rays revealed its temperature to be about 15 million kelvins, typical of the flaring corona.
specializes in the design and supply of hydrocarbon flaring systems for the upstream and downstream sectors of the production, refining, and chemical markets, as well as LNG vaporizer systems for the gas processing industry.
The establishment of two fans for reliable flaring.
Qatargas has won the "Award for excellence in flaring reduction" instituted by the World Bank led Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR) at a high-profile ceremony held in London.
Last February Iran announced that it had halted flaring gas at the Soroush and Nowruz oilfields in the Persian Gulf, where gas had been flared for about 40 years.
Rather than flaring these "waste" gases into the air, some are looking to emerging distributed generation technologies like microturbines to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while generating electricity as an essentially free byproduct.