For an industry once fueled by the law of supply and demand, the new economic reality has brought new rules.
While much progress has been made to reduce flaring, associated gas continues to be flared at thousands of oil production sites around the world. A further reduction may be achieved through a market-oriented approach to commercialization
This paper describes the project evolution, from the first study to the implementable concept of energy production using the associated gas of two onshore facilities in Tunisia. Despite complex composition, high CO2, high H2S, and relatively low quantities, a solution was developed successfully.