Is that gas flared close to the oil wells and refinery sites. It is so much related tom the climate changes that everywhere it is nearly a duty to inject it into the earth or to liquify. But such a processing is hard and expensive.
At CER we extract at first the carbon dioxide. Which, after purification, goes to the food processing factories: beverages and food preservation. Then the last garbage is used as fuel for our power plant. We save as much greenhouse gas as a 300 MW photovoltaic plants, which will require 3.000.000 sqm of land! We produce some 30 GWh/year: this is the need of 8.000 inhabitants (at 4.000 kWh/year each).