Marine gas hydrate technology: state of the art and future possibilities for Europe

Assaf Klar, Görge Deerberg, Georg Janicki, Judith Schicks, Michael Riedel, Peer Fietzek, Thomas Mosch, Umberta Tinivella, Maria De La Fuente Ruiz, Peter Gatt, Katrin Schwalenberg, Katja Heeschen, Joerg Bialas, Shmulik Pinkert, Anh Minh Tang, Bjorn Kvamme, Erik Spangenberg, Niall English, Chazallon Bertrand, Mahmut ParlaktunaSourav Kumar Sahoo, Baptiste Bouillot, Arnaud Desmedt, Klaus Wallmann

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Abstract

This MIGRATE report presents an overview of current technologies that are being used, and could be used, with relation to gas hydrate exploration (Chapter 2), production (Chapter 3) and monitoring (Chapter 4), with an emphasis on European activity. This requires covering various activities within different disciplines, all of which contribute to the technology development needed for future cost-effective gas production. The report points out future research and work areas (Chapter 5) that would bridge existing knowledge gaps, through multinational collaboration and interdisciplinary approaches.
Original languageEnglish GB
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StatePublished - 1 Jan 2019

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