Technical Topic Area 2 - Hydrate Production Systems Research
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TECHNICAL TOPIC AREA 2 - HYDRATE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS RESEARCH
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Topic Area 2 - Hydrate Production Systems Research (DE-PS26-08NT43260-02) DOE desires to add new production system related projects to the program's portfolio. Applications are sought to develop, modify, and evaluate, cost-effective tools, technologies and approaches for producing methane from high saturation subsurface gas hydrate accumulations within sandstone reservoirs. This research will be designed to develop technologies/systems that will lead to technically viable production methods and/or provide information on the production rates obtainable from gas hydrate deposits and the most effective suites of drilling, completion, and stimulation methods (including injection of CO2) to optimize production viability for given geologic settings. Research proposed in this area may be supported by modeling and numerical simulation but stand alone Applications based solely on modeling and/or numerical simulation will not be considered. The primary focus is to be the physical development and testing of production technologies and methodologies.
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