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O-07 DISSOCIATION OF METHANE HYDRATE SLURRIES A. HALOUANE and A. SINQUIN Institut Français du Pétrole 1 & 4 Avenue Bois Préau 92852 Rueil Malmaison CEDEX France Abstract 1 Methane hydrate deposits have been considered in the last 25 years as substantial future resources. They are estimated to account for 53% of the total organic carbon in the Earth. To further exploit this resource knowledge of the hydrate dissociation process will be essential for the production of gas from marine sediments and permafrost associated gas hydrates. In an attempt to study this process a high pressure stirred semi-batch reactor cooled by

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2001-06-11
2020-10-23
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