Achieve zero flaring in your operations or minimize its impact
No matter what stage you’re at in decarbonizing your operations, we can help you achieve tangible results by eliminating or reducing the impact of your flaring activities. We have invested in industry expertise, partnerships, and innovative technologies to help you drive business performance while simultaneously reducing your environmental footprint.
The energy industry faces a dual challenge of reducing emissions and meeting global energy demand. Eliminating or reducing flaring achieves both goals by freeing up energy that would otherwise be burned. We offer solutions to help our customers achieve zero flaring or minimize emissions in routine and nonroutine flaring operations. Where flaring is unavoidable, we work to maximize combustion efficiency and minimize CO2e emissions. Our team works to understand your goals and help you meet them with our end-to-end emissions solutions and quantifiably proven footprint-reduction technologies.
Target routine and nonroutine flaring emissions.
Achieve zero flaring in your operations.
Reduce flare volume and maximize burn efficiency.
Monetize gas that would otherwise be flared.
Our experts deliver comprehensive services to help you measure, monitor, report, and ultimately eliminate methane emissions and routine flaring quickly and cost effectively. This includes gas-to-X technologies to help find alternatives for monetizing gas that would otherwise be flared.
Working together, BP Oman and SLB implemented a green completions technique that adapted a well cleanup solution from a greenhouse gas-producing activity to one that prevents GHG emissions.
The result was zero-flaring delivery of new wells to a central production facility.
In a collaborative multiphase effort, a customer and SLB implemented a well testing solution that reduced the environmental impact of these activities offshore New Zealand.
Learn how we helped implement a well testing solution to decrease total gas and condensate volumes flared and ensured no overboarding of treated fluid.