GGFRGlobal Gas Flaring Reduction (public-private partnership)
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In the framework of international cooperation, SOCAR, BP and GGFR managed to collect 4.5 billion cubic meters of associated gas from offshore platforms in recent years and transfer them to the gas supply facility of the country," Abdullayev noted.
Significant degree of correlation existed between GGFR and CRCL in hypertensive diabetics (pless than 0.05 r=0.716) and controls (r=0.546).
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The World Bank led initiative, the GGFR, is a globally recognized flare mitigation program within the oil and gas industry.
For the fifth consecutive year flaring of gas associated with oil production has registered a drop worldwide: between 2005 and 2010, gas flaring decreased by 22 per cent from 172 billion cubic meters (bcm) to 134 bcm, according to satellite estimates commissioned by the World Bank-led GGFR partnership.
Fabrice Mosneron Dupin, GGFR advisor, World Bank Sustainable Energy Departments oil, gas and mining unit (Segom), said Kuwait was an "excellent candidate" having made important progress in reducing gas flaring.
The World Bank-led Global Gas Flaring Reduction partnership (GGFR) estimates that globally, around 150 Bcm of gas are flared or burned every year, causing some 400 million tons of carbon dioxide in annual emissions.
The World Bank Global Gas Flaring Reduction Initiative (GGFR) highlights that in 2006 oil and gas installations flared and vented 150 billion cubic metres of natural gas.
In 2002 the World Bank launched the Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) initiative to assist national efforts to use the gas that is currently flared by tackling problems such as inadequate infrastructure and promoting regulatory frameworks.
GGFR: Global Gas Flaring Reduction program (World Bank)
We reaffirm our support of the efforts of the Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR) and we commit ourselves to reduce to minimal levels natural gas flaring, and to encourage all oil producing states and private sector stakeholders to do likewise.