In’tl, local firms partner to reduce gas flaring
By TVC News Nigeria
08 March 2020 | 8:33 am
Investigative reports published in 2018 suggests an increase in gas flare ahead of the 2020 deadline and highlights the devastating impacts on the waste on local population and the environment International and local partners in the energy sector are now coming together to use technology in addressing the ugly trend of gas flaring.
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