Browsing Department of Physics and Technology by Subject "Salinity"
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Hydrate Formation and CH4 Production from Natural Gas Hydrates - Emphasis on Boundary Conditions and Production Methods (The University of Bergen, 2009-05-13)Natural gas hydrate is a solid state of gas and water at low temperature and high pressure. Gas hydrates are known to form hydrate plugs in production line, and has thus generally been considered a problem to the oil ...Master thesis
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
(The University of Bergen, 2010)Two laboratory experimental setups have been designed in collaboration with the Reservoir Physics Group at the Department of Physics and Technology. The equipments have been completed and tested. The first experiment was ...Master thesis