Monday, June 1, 2009

There is Gas in them there sea methane hydrates!

Gas hydrates are relatively abundant in sea-floor mounds on the Gulf of Mexico. Here methane is actively dissociating from a hydrate mound. (Credit: Courtesy of USGS)

Significant Gas Resource Discovered In Gulf Of Mexico
ScienceDaily (June 1, 2009) — The Gulf of Mexico contains very thick and concentrated gas-hydrate-bearing reservoir rocks which have the potential to produce gas using current technology. READ ABOUT THE POTENTIAL of SEA ICE for Natural Gas :

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