Springer International Publishing, 2016. — 405 p. — ISBN 978-3-319-43384-4e-ISBN 978-3-319-43385-1.This book describes aspects of the natural gas hydrate (NGH) system that offer opportunities for the innovative application of existing technology and development of new technology that could dramatically lower the cost of NGH exploration and production. It is written for energy industry professsionals and those concerned with energy choices and efficiencies at a university graduate level. The NGH resource is compared with physical, environmental, and commercial aspects of other gas resources. The authors' theme is that natural gas can provide for base and peaker load energy demands during the transition to and possibly within a renewable energy future. This is possibly the most useful book discussing fossil fuels that will be a reference for environmentalists and energy policy institutions, and for the environmental and energy community.The book is divided into 11 chapters with topical sections: Energy Overview: Prospects for Natural Gas Economic Characteristics of Deepwater Natural Gas Hydrate Exploration for Deepwater Natural Gas Hydrate Potential High-Quality Reservoir Sediments in the Gas Hydrate Stability Zone Valuation of NGH Deposits Deepwater Natural Gas Hydrate Innovation Opportunitie Leveraging Technology for NGH Development and Production New Technology for NGH Development and Production Offshore Operations and Logistics Energy Resource Risk Factors Commercial Potential of Natural Gas Hydrate
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