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Lancer Services S. A., air, water, earth and fire

World market energie use by fuel type Figure1: World Market Energy Use
by Fuel Type, 1980-2030. Source: EIA
2006/2007.


External costs of oil production and consumption Figure2: Some External Costs of Oil Production and Consumption. Crop Damage, Building Damage and Climate Change are caused by Atmospheric Pollution from Fuel Combustion, the
Spill Percentage derives from the oil production and transport. Source: ITCA, Report No.3, 1998.

 

Our Vision
Due to the rising requirements of the emerging markets the
demand for energy is steadily increasing. At present fossil fuels
make up more than 85% of the whole energy supply.
According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA) this power
mixture will remain constant over the next decades
(Figure 1) This
chart shows both oil and gas as the dominant energy sources with
some 60% of the total production.

A lot of the oil and gas resources are explored and produced in high-
ly sensitive areas like rainforests, arctic regions or close to coast-
lines. The ecosystems of these zones are extremely vulnerable and
often very slow to recover from damage. For this reason, "zero
discharge" of pollutants should be standardized.
Figure 3 shows the main global oil and gas deposits. Many of these
production areas are situated far away from final consumers. So
the fluids have to be transported, either in a raw or refined state
over long distances (Figure 4). Each treatment of oil and gas results
in a spoiling loss of hydrocarbons into the environment.
The amount of oil and gas is limited and environmental pollution
leads, amongst others, to extremely high external
costs (Figure 2).
So this squandering has to be minimized. We aim at reducing the
environmental consequences such as the damage of habitat and
biodiversity, greenhouse gas emission, regional and local air
pollution and soil or water contamination.

Our vision is the zero loss of the precious hydrocarbons in the long
chain from production to the final consumer. All members of this
chain need intensive and individual consultation to achieve these
objectives. Therefore a strict environmental management and the
steady checking of all the operations involved is required. Environmental protection and sustainability are the cornerstones
of our business.

Figure3: The global distribution of the 27 most important 
regions with oil and gas sources. These regions consist of 
877 oil or gas fields (>500 mio. bbl of ultimately recoverable 
oil or gas equivalent) which account for 67% of the worlds 
petroleum reserves. At nearly all places where oil and gas 
are produced, air, water and soil contaminations occur. 

The global distribution of the 27 most important 

Figure4: Refineries (yellow circles), major oil and gas pipe-
lines (schematic red lines) and major storage (white arrows)
in Russia, the Caucasus, the Caspian region and Middle Asia.

Oil and gas refineries, pipelines and storage

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