25th October: weekly flaring news round up

Here’s a round of some of the most significant news around gas flaring last week. FlareIntel / Capterio Capterio’s CEO, Mark Davis, was featured in the front-page article of the Washington PCapterio’s CEO, Mark Davis, features in an article...

18th October: Weekly flaring news round up

FlareIntel Our CEO, Mark Davis, was delighted to be invited to present at the “UK-Algeria Energy Transition and Roadmap to COP26” event jointly held in the embassies of London and Algiers last week.  It was excellent to hear the...

FlareIntel’s October gas flaring newsletter

FlareIntel hits the BBC! This week our CEO Mark Davis featured on the BBC’s podcast “The Climate Question” alongside Bjørn Otto Sverdrup the chair of the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative. The episode, titled “why can’t we stop gas flaring?“, explored...

11th October: The round-up of all things flaring

FlareIntel Today, CEO Mark Davis joins Bjørn Otto Sverdrup, Chair of the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, on BBC World’s podcast ‘The Climate Question’ to explore the key debates around efforts to tackle flaring. To hear Mark’s thoughts on...

4th October: The weekly round-up of all things flaring

Here’s a round-up of the most significant news in the last week: Capterio We published our paper “How the EU’s CBAM will impact energy imports from countries that flare gas” which examines the embedded emissions in oil and gas. ...

10th September: The weekly roundup on all things flaring:

Capterio news: In 52 days, that world will come together at COP26 and pledge yet more climate promises. But at the 2015 Paris Climate Summit, 11 countries promised to reduce gas flaring, seven of which, actually increased flaring. So in the...

Gas flaring news round up: 3 September

Some significant flaring news this week. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or ideas. You can reach our team on contact@capterio.com. Capterio’s flare-tracking tool Flareintel is mentioned in the “Redefing Energy” podcast with Georges...

Gas flaring round-up: 27th August

FlareIntel was used in an article investigating flaring in Germany in Tagesspiegel. Our take on German flaring: From the satellite data, it appears most operators have relatively low gas flaring. There are no continuous or routine flares (that are...