• Initiative -
  • Type Workshop
  • Date 30th November 2021
  • Time 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Riyadh time (GMT+3)
  • Language English

Workshop

Gas is envisaged as the fuel of choice in the power sector and is the ideal fuel to help transition toward clean, sustainable, and affordable energy access. As vital as gas is for electricity generation, the petrochemical industry, the transportation sector, and heating, many oil operators flare associated gas, a by-product of oil extraction, at the wellhead or gathering stations.

  • The objectives of this webinar are to go over the best practices and technology enablers that can detect gas flaring volumes and methane emissions and the progress made thus far to eliminate them, as well as proposing fit-for-purpose policies and regulations to optimize gas flaring in the context of the Circular Carbon Economy.

Speakers

Al Suwailem, Majed A.

Majed A. Al Suwailem

Research Fellow

Abdulmuhsen Alkhalaf

Abdulmuhsen Alkhalaf

Executive Director, the World Bank Group

Zubin Bamji

Zubin Bamji

Program Manager at the World Bank

Dr. Fahad Alturki

Dr. Fahad Alturki

Vice President of Research at KAPSARC

Robert Kleinberg

Robert Kleinberg

Adjunct Senior Research Scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy

Ahmed Mehdi

Ahmed Mehdi

Visiting Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and Chief Analyst, Renaissance Energy

Patzek, Tadeusz

Tadeusz Patzek

Julien Perez

Julien Perez

Vice President Strategy & Policy, the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative

Rioux, Bertrand

Bertrand Rioux

Research Fellow

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