Oil and Gas

We can end routine gas flaring by 2030. Here's how

Each year, 150 billion cubic metres of gas is burned off, generating 400 million tons of CO2 Image: REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Zubin Bamji

Program Manager, Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership, World Bank

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