This week Christopher Robert Lloyd spoke on commercially viable alternatives to flaring in London.
At a conference at the Geological Society organised by Finding Petroleum, spoke on ways of doing monetising gas that would otherwise and wasted.
Intermittent or low-volume gas flows from wells are often flared off, causing environmental damage and in some regions incurring financial penalties. Christopher spoke on the increasing availability of small-scale plants to put this gas to use, either by re-injection or by finding routes to market for it by preparing or liquifying it.
The presentations and videos from the event are available here.