DOE optimistic about methane hydrate
New report highlights progress towards possible future development of a resource that could produce vast quantities of natural gas
In the nearly 10 years since Congress first authorized the U.S. Department of Energy to implement and coordinate research into the possible production of natural gas from methane hydrate, vast quantities of which exist offshore the United States and around the base of the permafrost under Alaska’s N....
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