June 2013

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Major energy supply and flare reduction project in IraqSouth Gas Co., Shell and Mitsubishi have joined together to form Basrah Gas Co. (BGC), which will oversee what the group claims to be “the l..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Major energy supply and flare reduction project in Iraq South Gas Co., Shell and Mitsubishi have joined together to form Basrah Gas Co. (BGC), which will oversee what the group claims to be “the largest gas project in Iraq’s history and the world’s largest flares reduction project.” BGC plans to capture associated gas that is being flared from three oil fields in southern Iraq (Rumaila, West Qurna 1 and Zubair). Iraq has estimated natural gas reserves totaling 112.6 trillion cubic feet; however, due to decades of wars and sanctions that led to the deterioration of the gas infrastructure, preliminary estimates indicate that Iraq’s losses from gas flaring could amoun

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