Texas regulators want oil companies 'flaring' less gas | LBJ School of Public Affairs | The University of Texas at Austin
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Oil wells in Texas produce a lot of excess natural gas, and the Texas Railroad Commission, the group that regulates oil and gas in that state, said Tuesday it's implementing changes in the hopes of reducing the amount that gets burned off in a process called flaring. LBJ's Varun Rai talks about methods of data collection to monitor the practice of flaring natural gas.