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    • CO2 Injection in Hydrate Bearing Sandstone with Excess Water 

      Hågenvik, Christian (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
    • Transport mechanisms for CO2-CH4 exchange and safe CO2 storage in hydrate-bearing sandstone 

      Birkedal, Knut Arne; Hauge, Lars Petter; Graue, Arne; Ersland, Geir (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