AOGCC to review gas flaring regs
Agency has RFP out for process engineering assistance to do scoping to identify issues to be addressed in regulation rewrite
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is beginning work on revising its regulations on gas disposition — how oil and gas field operators account for and report natural gas which is flared or vented or used in pilot lights and other field uses, and when such gas use is waste.
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Tied to prevention of waste
Timing factor in reporting
Equipment capabilities to be studied
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