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Technology Overview - Utilisation of Small-Scale Associated Gas

The World Bank has a number of resources that may be of assistance in considering your participation in the NGFCP – please see below.

Click here for full download of the Technology Overview - Utilization of Small-Scale Associated Gas (Updated March 2018)

Other Resources from The World Bank Group/Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR)

 

  1. a) Upstream gas flaring definitions

Click here for full download of GGFR Gas Flaring Definitions

 

  1. b) Flare measurement

Click here for full download of Guidelines on Flare and Vent Measurement (PDF)

 

  1. c) Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

Click here for full download of CNG for commercialization of small volumes of associated gas (Vol. 2)

Click here for full download of CNG for commercialization of small volumes of associated gas : executive summary

 

  1. d) Mini & micro Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

Click here for full download of Mini and micro LNG for commercialization of small volumes of associated gas: Main report

Click here for full download of Mini and micro LNG for commercialization of small volumes of associated gas (Vol. 2): Executive summary

 

  1. e) Comparison of Mini-LNG and CNG for commercializing small volumes of associated gas

Click here for full download of Comparison of Mini-Micro LNG and CNG for commercialization of small volumes of associated gas

Click here for full download of Executive summary: comparison of mini / micro LNG and CNG for commercialization of small volumes of associated gas

 

  1. f) Mini-GTL Technology Bulletin

Click here for full download of Associated Gas Utilization via miniGTL

Click here for full download of Associated Gas Monetization via miniGTL: Conversion of Flared Gas into Liquid Fuels & Chemicals

Click here for full download of Associated Gas monetization via mini GTL: Conversion of Flared Gas into Liquid Fuels and Chemicals - 2015: GTL Is a Commercial Reality for Flaring Reduction

On behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria, this programme seeks to attract investments and develop a transparent market mechanism through a competitive procurement process for allocating gas flares, under clear and transparent criteria, to competent third party investors using proven technologies in commercial application globally. The Nigerian Gas Flare Commercialization Programme (NGFCP) is an opportunity for Government, industry, State Government, ethnic nationalities, and local communities to work together to resolve an oil field unacceptable practice.