Natural Gas Hydrate - Arctic Ocean Deepwater Resource
Potential
Michael D. Max, Arthur H. Johnson, William P. Dillon
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2013-10-24
ISBN : 3319025074
Author : Michael D. Max, Arthur H. Johnson, William P. Dillon
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The book is an up-to-date basic reference for natural gas hydrate (NGH) in the Arctic Ocean.
Geographical, geological, env...
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Natural gas hydrate arctic ocean deepwater resource potential

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  • 1. Natural Gas Hydrate - Arctic Ocean Deepwater Resource Potential Michael D. Max, Arthur H. Johnson, William P. Dillon
  • 2. Publisher : Springer Release Date : 2013-10-24
  • 3. ISBN : 3319025074 Author : Michael D. Max, Arthur H. Johnson, William P. Dillon Download Here http://bit.ly/jg_ali
  • 4. The book is an up-to-date basic reference for natural gas hydrate (NGH) in the Arctic Ocean. Geographical, geological, environmental, energy, new technology, and regulatory matters are discussed. The book should be of interest to general readers and scientists and students as well as industry and government agencies concerned with energy and ocean management. NGH is a solid crystalline material that compresses gas by about a factor of about 164 during crystallization from natural gas (mainly methane) - rich pore waters over time. NGH displaces water and may form large concentrations in sediment pore space. Its formation introduces changes in the geotechnical character of host sediment that allows it to be distinguished by seismic and electric exploration methods. The chemical reaction that forms NGH from gas and water molecules is highly reversible, which allows controlled conversion of the NGH to its constituent gas and water. This can be achieved rapidly by one of a number of processes including heating, depressurization, inhibitor injection, dissolution, and molecular replacement. The produced gas has the potential to make NGH a valuable unconventional natural gas resource, and perhaps the largest on earth. Estimates for NGH distribution, concentration, economic targets, and volumes in the Arctic Ocean have been carried out by restricting the economic target to deepwater turbidite sands, which are also sediment hosts for more deeply buried conventional hydrocarbon deposits. Resource base estimates are based on NGH petroleum system analysis approach using industry-standard parameters along with analogs from three relatively well known examples (Nankai-Japan, Gulf of Mexico-United States, and Arctic permafrost hydrate). Drilling data has substantiated new geotechnical-level seismic analysis techniques for estimating not just the presence of NGH but prospect volumes. In addition to a volumetric estimate for NGH hav Find the Full PDF Here http://bit.ly/jg_ali
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