Nigeria flared approximately 325 billion scf of Associated Gas in 2019 which is ~11% of produced gas (associated Gas and nonassociated gas). Nigeria is one of the top seven Gas flaring countries in the world. Gas flaring in Nigeria contributes ~20 MM tonnes CO2 emissions per year. Eliminating the CO2 emissions would be a significant environmental benefit nationally and globally and contribute towards the ‘World Bank’s Zero Routine Flaring Initiative by 2030’, and Nigeria’s nationally determined contributions under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The Regulations require that Producers install measuring equipment so that accurate measurements may be made of Flare Gas that is being used (either by a Producer or by a Project) or flared. The Regulations also require that such measurement information is reported regularly to DPR. One of the purposes of this is to assess accurately the amount of gas being flared and the reduction in that amount over time. The Regulations also impose requirements on Flare Gas Buyer (Permit Holder per the Regulations) with respect to measurement, logs and reporting.