Gas Hydrates 2

Gas hydrates in their natural environment and for potential industrial applications (Volume 2).

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  • Author : Livio Ruffine
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Pages : 382 pages
  • ISBN : 1786302217
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Gas Hydrates 2

Gas Hydrates 2
  • Author : Livio Ruffine,Daniel Broseta,Arnaud Desmedt
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 19 June 2018
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Gas hydrates in their natural environment and for potential industrial applications (Volume 2).

Natural Gas Hydrates

Natural Gas Hydrates
  • Author : John Carroll
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 13 January 2003
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This is the most exhaustive study to date on natural gas hydrates. In spite of their importance, hydrates are misunderstood, and misconceptions abound. This book provides an accurate review of what hydrates are and under what conditions they will form, and it provides the engineer with the methods to predict the occurrences of hydrates. The petroleum industry spends millions every year to combat the formation of hydrates, the solid, crystalline compounds that form from water and small molecules, damaging equipment

Natural Gas Hydrates in Flow Assurance

Natural Gas Hydrates in Flow Assurance
  • Author : Carolyn Ann Koh,Amadeu Sum
  • Publisher : Gulf Professional Publishing
  • Release : 12 October 2010
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With millions of kilometres of onshore and offshore oil and gas pipelines in service around the world, pipelines are the life’s blood of the world. Notorious for disrupting natural gas production or transmission, the formation of natural gas hydrates can cost a company hundreds of millions and lead to catastrophic equipment breakdowns and safety and health hazards. Written by an international group of experts, Natural Gas Hydrates in Flow Assurance provide an expert overview of the practice and theory

Gas Hydrates 1

Gas Hydrates 1
  • Author : Daniel Broseta,Livio Ruffine,Arnaud Desmedt
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 29 June 2017
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Gas hydrates, or clathrate hydrates, are crystalline solids resembling ice, in which small (guest) molecules, typically gases, are trapped inside cavities formed by hydrogen-bonded water (host) molecules. They form and remain stable under low temperatures – often well below ambient conditions – and high pressures ranging from a few bar to hundreds of bar, depending on the guest molecule. Their presence is ubiquitous on Earth, in deep-marine sediments and in permafrost regions, as well as in outer space, on planets or comets.

Offshore Gas Hydrates

Offshore Gas Hydrates
  • Author : Rudy Rogers
  • Publisher : Gulf Professional Publishing
  • Release : 24 August 2015
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Gas hydrates collect and store both thermogenic and biogenic methane generated in deep ocean sediments that, over geologic time, forms vast methane repositories. Offshore Gas Hydrates: Origins, Development, and Production presents gas hydrates as an emerging, clean energy source possibly more abundant than all other fossil fuels and especially important for countries geographically and economically restricted from conventional fossil fuel resources. The book explores feasible methods to produce offshore hydrate gas, the means to store and transport the remotely produced

Clathrate Hydrates of Natural Gases, Third Edition

Clathrate Hydrates of Natural Gases, Third Edition
  • Author : E. Dendy Sloan, Jr.,Carolyn Koh
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 07 September 2007
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Hydrate research has expanded substantially over the past decade, resulting in more than 4,000 hydrate-related publications. Collating this vast amount of information into one source, Clathrate Hydrates of Natural Gases, Third Edition presents a thoroughly updated, authoritative, and comprehensive description of all major aspects of natural gas clathrate hydrates. What’s New in the Third Edition? This new edition of a bestseller offers updated information on the clathrate hydrate compounds discovered in the past decade, provides a balance between experimental and

Methane Gas Hydrate

Methane Gas Hydrate
  • Author : Ayhan Demirbas
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 28 February 2010
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Gas hydrates represent one of the world’s largest untapped reservoirs of energy and, according to some estimates, have the potential to meet global energy needs for the next thousand years. "Methane Gas Hydrate" examines this potential by focusing on methane gas hydrate, which is increasingly considered a significant source of energy. "Methane Gas Hydrate" gives a general overview of natural gas, before delving into the subject of gas hydrates in more detail and methane gas hydrate in particular. As

Gas Hydrate

Gas Hydrate
  • Author : Umberta Tinivella,Michela Giustiniani,Ivan De La Cruz Vargas Cordero,Atanas Vasilev
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release : 28 November 2019
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This Special Issue reports research spanning from the analysis of indirect data, modeling, and laboratory and geological data confirming the intrinsic multidisciplinarity of gas hydrate studies. The study areas are (1) Arctic, (2) Brazil, (3) Chile, and (4) the Mediterranean region. The results furnished an important tessera of the knowledge about the relationship of a gas hydrate system with other complex natural phenomena such as climate change, slope stability and earthquakes, and human activities.

Natural Gas Hydrates

Natural Gas Hydrates
  • Author : Yuguang Ye,Changling Liu
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 11 September 2012
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“Natural Gas Hydrates: Experimental Techniques and Their Applications” attempts to broadly integrate the most recent knowledge in the fields of hydrate experimental techniques in the laboratory. The book examines various experimental techniques in order to provide useful parameters for gas hydrate exploration and exploitation. It provides experimental techniques for gas hydrates, including the detection techniques, the thermo-physical properties, permeability and mechanical properties, geochemical abnormalities, stability and dissociation kinetics, exploitation conditions, as well as modern measurement technologies etc. This book will

Realizing the Energy Potential of Methane Hydrate for the United States

Realizing the Energy Potential of Methane Hydrate for the United States
  • Author : National Research Council,Division on Earth and Life Studies,Board on Earth Sciences and Resources,Committee on Earth Resources,Committee on Assessment of the Department of Energy's Methane Hydrate Research and Development Program: Evaluating Methane Hydrate as a Future Energy Resource
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release : 30 June 2009
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Natural gas, composed mostly of methane, is the cleanest of all the fossil fuels, emitting 25-50% less carbon dioxide than either oil or coal for each unit of energy produced. In recent years, natural gas supplied approximately 20-25% of all energy consumed in the United States. Methane hydrate is a potentially enormous and as yet untapped source of methane. The Department of Energy's Methane Hydrate Research and Development Program has been tasked since 2000 to implement and coordinate a national methane

Natural Gas Hydrate

Natural Gas Hydrate
  • Author : M.D. Max
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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1. THE BEGINNINGS OF HYDRATE RESEARCH Until very recently, our understanding of hydrate in the natural environment and its impact on seafloor stability, its importance as a sequester of methane, and its potential as an important mechanism in the Earth's climate change system, was masked by our lack of appreciation of the vastness of the hydrate resource. Only a few publications on naturally occurring hydrate existed prior to 1975. The first published reference to oceanic gas hydrate (Bryan and Markl, 1966) and the