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Oceanic Gas Hydrate Research & Activities Review
Mary C. Boatman & Jennifer Peterson. Gas hydrates are ice-like crystalline structures of water that form “cages” that trap low molecular weight gas molecules, especially methane. Gas hydrates have recently attracted international attention from government & scientific communities. This document outlines the major issues surrounding gas hydrates, research initiatives that are underway around the world, & the potential information needs of & the role that Minerals Management Service (MMS) may play in future activities. Gas hydrate interests are multifaceted & intertwined. The major issues can be divided into 3 categories: safety hazards; energy resource; & environmental.
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