A ban should be imposed on flaring off unwanted gas in the Danish part of the North Sea, according to the government's three supporting parties.
This comes in the wake of EnergyWatch's revelations that French oil company TotalEnergies is employing this practice – known as routine flaring – at the Gorm field, where gas volumes extracted at the Halfdan field are flared off because the facility is incapable of handling the gas any other way.
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