Browsing Department of Physics and Technology by Subject "CO2-CH4 exchange"
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Hydrate formation and CO2 - CH4 exchange in sandstone - An experimental study with emphasis on the role of initial brine saturation and salinity (The University of Bergen, 2013-06-01)Recent research activity has demonstrated the viability of producing methane from gas hydrate bearing sediments by injecting and sequestering CO2 in a process where CO2 replace methane in gas hydrate by a process called ...Master thesis
(Elsevier, 2009-02)Storage of CO2 in natural gas hydrate reservoirs may offer stable long term deposition of a greenhouse gas while benefiting from methane production, without requiring heat. By exposing hydrate to a thermodynamically preferred ...Journal article