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Gas Hydrates

Edited by Edited by Gerald D. Holder (University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) and P. R. Bishnoi (University of Calgary, Canada)
Gas Hydrates

Published: June 2000

Volume 912

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This book covers a rich variety of topics related to gas hydrates important to chemical engineers and chemists, geophysicists and oceanographers, and petroleum engineers. Topics covered include resource characterization and geophysics, global climate change including storage of carbon dioxide as a hydrate, off-shore hydrate engineering, production of gas from hydrates, hydrate kinetics, hydrate thermodynamics, mass transfer in gas hydrates, inhibition of hydrate formation in transportation lines, control of hydrates to make them more easily transportable, and properties of hydrates. This volume helps to answer the dual questions of how gas and oil production is affected by hydrate formation and prevention (of immediate and critical interest to current energy suppliers) and how hydrates might serve as a clean future energy supply.

This volume is out of print.