The data in this report on flaring reduction by oil and gas companies show that achieving the target will remain a challenge in the coming years.
This issue of "Associated Gas Utilization in Russia: Issues and Prospects", prepared jointly by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Russia) and KPMG, is significant as it shows the results of efforts to reduce associated gas flaring in 2011 and the state of the issue on the eve of 2012, when Russian Government Resolution 7, On measures to encourage the reduction of air pollution with associated gas flaring products (8 January 2009), which establishes a target flaring rate limit of 5%, took effect (Russian version only).
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