Last year, flaring emitted 400 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent on a global scale – the highest level in more than ten years, show new figures from the World Bank, as reported by Financial Times.
Right now the big obstruction for reducing this environmentally damaging practice is that oil and gas prices are low, says Zubin Bamji, program manager from the Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership at the World Bank.
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