Dolphin Energy is committed to reducing its Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and numerous initiatives have been launched in pursuit of this commitment, including an extensive Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) and onshore and offshore flare reduction programs.
These programs are helping minimize overall emissions by reducing the frequency and magnitude of leaks in equipment while Dolphin Energy’s flaring rates rank among the best attained by all Qatar oil and gas companies.
Emissions from the Ras Laffan plant are continuously monitored for emissions of nitrous oxides. A permit issued by the Qatar Ministry of Environment (MOE) limits the level of emissions allowed from each source and plant performance is reviewed by the MOE on an annual basis.
In addition, Dolphin Energy practices reduction, reuse and recycling for all materials and waste generated by the company’s offices and operations. Waste is only placed in landfills or incinerated as a last option.
The company’s performance towards environmental protection may be further reviewed in its annual Sustainability Reports found in the Social Responsibility section.