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The first field program designed to investigate the potential for CO2-CH4 exchange in naturally-occurring methane hydrate reservoirs has been completed by ConocoPhillips, in a cooperative effort with the Japan Oil, Gas, and Metals National Corporation and the U.S. Department of Energy.

The program met its primary goal of conducting a controlled scientific experiment in a field setting to further our understanding of the response of gas hydrate reservoirs to gas injection.

Gas-hydrate exchange is developed by Professor Bjørn Kvamme, University of Bergen, in the SUCCESS Centres Collaborating RAMORE Project. You can find the results and more details from the field test on the web page of the U.S Department of Energy.


Interested in learning more about Gas Hydrates? The SUCCESS partne,r University of Bergen, offers courses in Gas Hydrates, read more here.



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