The Gas Hydrate Opportunity

Commercial-scale natural gas production from gas hydrates is largely still on the horizon, slowed by the success of tight gas production. Nevertheless ,the industry has made significant progress, and in theory, at least, the most efficient methods of production are already competitive in regions tha...

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