What is gas flaring?
Gas flaring is the controlled burning of natural gas or other flammable gases released during industrial processes, primarily in the oil and gas sector. Gas flaring results in significant environmental and health consequences. It leads to the emission of greenhouse
gases, such as carbon dioxide and methane, contributing to climate change. Additionally, it reales air pollutants, including sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides, posing threats to air quality and human health.