Active Gas Hydrate Projects

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Active Gas Hydrate Projects
Project Number Project Name Primary Performer
Support for Methane Hydrate Research on the Alaska North Slope
Petrotechnical Resources of Alaska
FWP-FP00003995 LBNL-KIGAM Collaboration in the Investigation of the Gas Production Potential of Hydrate Deposits in the Korean East Sea Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
DE-FE0028980 Characterizing Ocean Acidification and Atmospheric Emission Caused by Methane Released from Gas Hydrate Systems along the US Atlantic Margin The University of Rochester
DE-FE0028973/ FWP-00003997
Advanced Simulation and Experiments of Strongly Couple Geomechanics and Flow for Gas Hydrate Deposits: Validation and Field Application
Texas A&M University
DE-FE0028967 A Multi‐scale Experimental Investigation of Flow Properties in Coarse‐ grained Hydrate Reservoirs During Production University of Texas at Austin
DE-FE0028966/ DE-FE0026166
Impact of Clays on the Compressibility and Permeability of Sands During Methane Extraction from Gas Hydrate Louisiana State University/ US Geological Survey
DE-FE0028895 Dynamic Behavior of Natural Seep Vents: Analysis of Field and Laboratory Observations and Modeling Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station
DE-FE0028972 Characterizing Baselines and Change in Gas Hydrate Systems using Electromagnetic (EM) Methods The Regents of the University of California – San Diego (UCSD)
DE-FE0023919 Deepwater Methane Hydrate Characterization and Scientific Assessment University of Texas at Austin
DE-FE0013531 Assessing the Response of Methane Hydrates to Environmental Change at the Svalbad Continental Margin Oregon State University

Natural Gas Hydrates in Permafrost and Marine Settings: Resources, Properties, and Environmental Issues

U.S. Geological Survey
DE-FE0022898 Alaska Natural Gas Hydrate Production Testing: Test Site Selection, Characterization, and Testing Operations U.S. Geological Survey
ESD12-010 Numerical Studies for the Characterization of Recoverable Resources from Methane Hydrate Deposits Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
ESD12-011 Properties of Hydrate-Bearing Sediments Subjected to Changing Gas Compositions Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
FWP 65213 Kinetic Parameters for the Exchange of Hydrate Formers Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
NETL-ORD Micro XCT Characterization and Examination of Pressured Cores NETL Research & Innovation Center
NETL-ORD Experimental Analysis and Characterization of Hydrate-Bearing Sediments to Support Numerical Reservoir Simulations NETL Research & Innovation Center