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Directory:Refinery Flaring Recovery

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A Directory dedicated to companies and technologies used in Refinery Flare Recovery. The majority of GGFR partners have now agreed to endorse a voluntary Standard to eliminate venting and reduce flaring significantly within five to ten years by finding commercial uses for the associated gas through increased collaboration between countries.


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Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD:Directory:Capstone Turbine Corporation - Capstone Turbine Corporation ® is the world's leading producer of low-emission microturbine systems, and was first to market with commercially viable microturbine energy products. (PESWiki May 21, 2008)

In the News

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Directory:Waste to Energy > Directory:Refinery Flaring Recovery > What a waste! Picture from space reveals how new U.S. oil field is burning off enough gas to power Chicago AND Washington - because it's cheaper than selling it - This incredible picture from space shows how the U.S. oil industry has boomed to such an extent that a gas field now burns as brightly as a major city. (DailyMail January 28, 2013)
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Directory:Waste to Energy / Directory:Oil > Making Sour Gas Into Sweet Energy - Microturbines can be used to capture the energy from the 27% of gas consumption that is presently lost to flaring at refineries. The small engines boast a higher sulfur tolerance than do reciprocating engines and reduced total emissions from flaring operations at the field by an average of 75%. (Distributed Energy May/June 2008)

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