Legislation provides incentives for gas flaring alternatives
House bill 1134 identifies additional alternatives to keep gas from ‘going up in flames,’ and offers tax incentives to reduce flaring
For Petroleum News Bakken
Among the legislation introduced thus far in North Dakota’s 63rd legislative assembly that began on Jan. 7 is a bill providing incentives for oil and gas to utilized as an alternative to the flaring of natural gas in the state.
Under current law, gas may be flared from an oil well for a period of on....
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