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Seminar on Natural Gas from the Arctic by Marine Mode

Seminar on Natural Gas from the Arctic by Marine Mode Ottawa, Ont. 1977.

Seminar on Natural Gas from the Arctic by Marine Mode

a preliminary assessment, Government Conference Centre and Chateau Laurier Hotel, Ottawa, Canada, 21, 22, 23 February 1977

by Seminar on Natural Gas from the Arctic by Marine Mode Ottawa, Ont. 1977.

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Published by Science Council of Canada, Atlantic Provinces Economic Council in Ottawa, Ont, Halifax, N.S .
Written in English

  • Natural gas -- Arctic regions -- Transportation -- Congresses.,
  • Liquefied natural gas -- Transportation -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Other titlesNatural gas from the Arctic by marine mode.
    Statementsponsored by the Science Council of Canada and the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council.
    ContributionsAtlantic Provinces Economic Council., Science Council of Canada.
    LC ClassificationsTN882.C2 S471 1977, TN882C2 S471 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination254p. :
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19587037M

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    The Arctic community, comprising natural science and social science researchers, submits data from NSF-funded projects. Through data curation services and domain agnostic tools and infrastructure, the Arctic Data Center works to ensure data are accessible in the most transparent and usable way possible. Oil and Gas in the U.S. Arctic Managing resources in an oil- and gas-rich but harsh and fragile environment Introduction The Arctic hosts large oil and natural gas resources both onshore and offshore.1 However, the harsh climate, extreme weather, remote locations, and limited infrastructure make exploration.

    Gas recovery from hydrates is hindered because hydrates occur as a solid in nature and are commonly widely dispersed in hostile Arctic and deep marine environments. Proposed methods of gas recovery from hydrates usually deal with dissociating in-situ gas hydrates by . Norway has taken the lead, establishing at Hammerfest in Finnmark the world’s first plant above the Arctic Circle to export liquified natural gas. In a similar fashion, Russia has initiated efforts to exploit the mammoth Shtokman gas field in its sector of the Barents Sea, though it .

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