clathrate hydrate

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clathrate hydrate

[¦klath‚rāt ′hī‚drāt]
(geochemistry)
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Gas hydrates, frozen gas-water solids resembling ice, may be an important source of future energy.
The main interest of the team was finding gas hydrates along the Makran coast and how the sea would strengthen disaster management and country's socio-economic development.
18 (ANI): Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan has called for bringing new and alternate energy sources like gas hydrates in the energy supply chain.
Gas hydrates made promising imprints on seismic and elastic properties which are different from conventional energy resources.
Gas hydrates in the Southern Caspian Basin have been of great interest since the 1980s.
He further said RIPI has recently found gas hydrates in the sea of Oman which are located 2,000 km beneath the sea bed.
Lorenson, "The global occurrence of natural gas hydrate," in Natural Gas Hydrates: Occurrence, Distribution, and Detection, C.
He also welcomed US- based companies to invest in the Indian energy sector and invited them to also participate in India's unconventional hydrocarbons sector, especially in the field of exploration of alternate energy sources such as shale oil, shale gas and gas hydrates.
Natural gas hydrates are "ice-like" solid crystalline structures composed of water and natural gas.
Natural gas hydrates are highly flammable compounds found in deep seawater and permafrost among other places.
Index Terms- Natural gas hydrates, Hydrate structure, Gas dehydration, cooling load optimization
Mechanical reactions of natural gas hydrates (NGHs) take place in the air medium with the participation of water in comparison with the processes of the mechanical activation (MA) of natural gas.