Tapping whole new fuel source
Canadian Arctic research team achieves first sustained flow of gas from Mackenzie Delta hydrates
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It took Alan Greenspan, the former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Board, to inject credibility into what has often been treated as pure science fiction.
“In the more distant future, perhaps a generation or more, there is the potential to develop productive capacity from natural gas hydrates,”....
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Research in Canada
Production technically feasible
Industry commitment key
Sustained flow reported
Alaska gas hydrate research moving slowly
Seismic used in locating hydrates
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