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Global gas flaring rose by 9 bcm last year, an increase of 7% y-o-y

After a welcome reduction in 2022, global gas flare volumes rose by 7 percent to an estimated 148 billion cubic meters in 2023, taking the world back to levels last seen in 2019. With only six years left to achieve Zero Routine Flaring by 2030, the world needs to rapidly accelerate efforts to reduce gas flaring.

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