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Biogenic Hydrate ~99 % Microbial activity in the upper several hundred meters of shelf sediment Thermogenic Hydrate Thermal breakdown of organic material at greater depths, similar to conventional oil and gas. 3 Where does gas hydrate exist? (...) Hydrate binds immense amounts of methane in sediments. Gas Hydrates Methane Production from Hydrate Mackenzie Delta, Canada Mallik Production Experiment 2002 Participants: Canada, Japan, USA, Germany, India, and ICSDP International Continental Scientific Drilling Program Well tests prove for the first time that gas production from hydrate is technically feasible Gas hydrate melted and methane released by heating and/or depressurizing the reservoir 5 Hydrates as a Hazard Hydrate and Global Climate Change • Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas • Hydrates sequester methane in the subsurface • Hydrate may release methane to the ocean and atmosphere • Massive releases of methane from hydrates may have occurred in the geologic past © Jean Whelan 6 Community on a hydrate mound.
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Recent scientific drilling and evaluation programs suggest that gas hydrates occur in abundance, primarily in marine settings, with about 1% of the global gas hydrate distribution occurring in permafrost environments. Global resources of methane in gas hydrates are enormous. In fact, some estimates suggest that the amount of hydrocarbons bound in the form of gas hydrates may rival the total energy resources contained in other conventional hydrocarbon sources such as coal, natural gas, and oil. Given the advances in scientific knowledge about gas hydrates over the past few decades, as well as continuing innovation in oil and gas recovery techniques, it is likely that large-scale production of natural gas from gas hydrates will become viable in the next several decades.
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Recent scientific drilling and evaluation programs suggest that gas hydrates occur in abundance, primarily in marine settings, with about 1% of the global gas hydrate distribution occurring in permafrost environments. Global resources of methane in gas hydrates are enormous. In fact, some estimates suggest that the amount of hydrocarbons bound in the form of gas hydrates may rival the total energy resources contained in other conventional hydrocarbon sources such as coal, natural gas, and oil. Given the advances in scientific knowledge about gas hydrates over the past few decades, as well as continuing innovation in oil and gas recovery techniques, it is likely that large-scale production of natural gas from gas hydrates will become viable in the next several decades.
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Recent scientific drilling and evaluation programs suggest that gas hydrates occur in abundance, primarily in marine settings, with about 1% of the global gas hydrate distribution occurring in permafrost environments. Global resources of methane in gas hydrates are enormous. In fact, some estimates suggest that the amount of hydrocarbons bound in the form of gas hydrates may rival the total energy resources contained in other conventional hydrocarbon sources such as coal, natural gas, and oil. Given the advances in scientific knowledge about gas hydrates over the past few decades, as well as continuing innovation in oil and gas recovery techniques, it is likely that large-scale production of natural gas from gas hydrates will become viable in the next several decades.
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A Global Outlook on Methane Gas Hydrates (Vol. Two) | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН! (...) Recent scientific drilling and evaluation programs suggest that gas hydrates occur in abundance, primarily in marine settings, with about 1% of the global gas hydrate distribution occurring in permafrost environments. Global resources of methane in gas hydrates are enormous. In fact, some estimates suggest that the amount of hydrocarbons bound in the form of gas hydrates may rival the total energy resources contained in other conventional hydrocarbon sources such as coal, natural gas, and oil.
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Recent scientific drilling and evaluation programs suggest that gas hydrates occur in abundance, primarily in marine settings, with about 1% of the global gas hydrate distribution occurring in permafrost environments. Global resources of methane in gas hydrates are enormous. In fact, some estimates suggest that the amount of hydrocarbons bound in the form of gas hydrates may rival the total energy resources contained in other conventional hydrocarbon sources such as coal, natural gas, and oil. Given the advances in scientific knowledge about gas hydrates over the past few decades, as well as continuing innovation in oil and gas recovery techniques, it is likely that large-scale production of natural gas from gas hydrates will become viable in the next several decades.
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One) Publication Year: 2014 Publisher: UNEP Related Topics Science Related Goals 17 Background Background Methane gas hydrates are solid, ice-like combinations of methane and water (Fig. (...) Because gas hydrates tend to occur in relatively inaccessible and harsh polar and marine environments, they were not studied extensively until recently. For more than a century after their first creation in the lab by scientists in the early 1800s, gas hydrates were considered an academic curiosity, with no meaningful occurrence in nature.
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Publications Frozen Heat - A Global Outlook on Methane Gas Hydrates (Vol. One) Année de publication: 2014 Éditeur: UNEP Rubriques Connexes Science Objectifs correspondants 17 Description Description Methane gas hydrates are solid, ice-like combinations of methane and water (Fig. (...) Because gas hydrates tend to occur in relatively inaccessible and harsh polar and marine environments, they were not studied extensively until recently. For more than a century after their first creation in the lab by scientists in the early 1800s, gas hydrates were considered an academic curiosity, with no meaningful occurrence in nature.
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Frozen Heat - A Global Outlook on Methane Gas Hydrates (Vol. One) | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН! (...) Because gas hydrates tend to occur in relatively inaccessible and harsh polar and marine environments, they were not studied extensively until recently. For more than a century after their first creation in the lab by scientists in the early 1800s, gas hydrates were considered an academic curiosity, with no meaningful occurrence in nature.
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One) Publication Year: 2014 Publisher: UNEP مواضيع ذات صلة Science الأهداف ذات الصلة 17 وصف وصف Methane gas hydrates are solid, ice-like combinations of methane and water (Fig. (...) Because gas hydrates tend to occur in relatively inaccessible and harsh polar and marine environments, they were not studied extensively until recently. For more than a century after their first creation in the lab by scientists in the early 1800s, gas hydrates were considered an academic curiosity, with no meaningful occurrence in nature.
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