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Gas hydrate potential and development for methane storage

Gas hydrate potential and development for methane storage

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This chapter discusses the properties and provides a brief history of these hydrates. Also, it discusses available options for the recovery of methane and the current Indian scenario in this field. The future global perspective has also been mentioned.

Chapter Contents:

  • 8.1 Introduction
  • 8.2 Properties and composition of gas hydrates
  • 8.3 Brief history of gas hydrates
  • 8.4 Location of gas hydrate deposits
  • 8.5 Indian gas hydrate scenario
  • 8.6 Recovery of gas hydrates
  • 8.7 Environmental impacts and challenges
  • 8.8 Using hydrates for methane storage
  • 8.9 Future perspective and conclusion
  • Acknowledgement
  • References

Inspec keywords: energy storage

Other keywords: methane storage; gas hydrate; Indian scenario

Subjects: Other energy storage; Energy storage

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