Exploration and Production of Oceanic Natural Gas Hydrate
Arthur H. Johnson, Michael D. Max
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Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Informatik, Technik / Wärme-, Energie- und Kraftwerktechnik
This second edition provides extensive information on the attributes of the Natural Gas Hydrate (NGH) system, highlighting opportunities for the innovative use and modification of existing technologies, as well as new approaches and technologies that have the potential to dramatically lower the cost of NGH exploration and production.
Above all, the book compares the physical, environmental, and commercial aspects of the NGH system with those of other gas resources. It subsequently argues and demonstrates that natural gas can provide the least expensive energy during the transition to, and possibly within, a renewable energy future, and that NGH poses the lowest environmental risk of all gas resources.Intended as a non-mathematical, descriptive text that should be understandable to non-specialists as well as to engineers concerned with the physical characteristics of NGH reservoirs and their production, the book is written for readers at the university graduate level. It offers a valuable reference guide for environmentalists and the energy community, and includes discussions that will be of great interest to energy industry professionals, legislators, administrators, regulators, and all those concerned with energy options and their respective advantages and disadvantages.
Ultra-deepwater Technology and Natural Gas, Nature Gas Hydrate Production, Renewable Energy and Oceanic Natural Gas Hydrate, Fossil Fuel and Oceanic Natural Gas Hydrate, Environmental Risk and Oceanic Natural Gas Hydrates, NHG Resources, Deepwater Natural Gas Hydrate and Exploration, Natural Gas and Cost-saving and Innovation, Natural Gas Hydrate Exploration