Browsing Department of Physics and Technology by Subject "CO2 exchange"
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(The University of Bergen, 2013-05-31)It has previously been shown that methane can be produced from gas hydrates by exposing it to carbon dioxide. Since CO2 is the preferred hydrate former below 10 °C it will spontaneously replace CH4 as the guest molecule ...Master thesis
(MDPI, 2015-06-08)CO2 injection in hydrate-bearing sediments induces methane (CH4) production while benefitting from CO2 storage, as demonstrated in both core and field scale studies. CH4 hydrates have been formed repeatedly in partially ...Journal article