Yuhua Liu1, Fangning Shen2
1School of Petroleum Engineering, Northeast Petroleum University, Daqing, Heilongjiang, 163319, China
2School of Materials and Energy, South China Agricultural University, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510642, China
Natural gas hydrates are also referred to as flammable, which refers to a crystallization formed by combining with a variety of natural gas and groundwater in a variety of temperature high pressure, low temperatures, etc. Chemical material. Because of its overall appearance, it is a bit like flammable ice, and it will be burned. Therefore, they are widely referred to by modern people as "flammable ice", "solid gas" and "free ice". This natural gas hydrothermal is mainly widely distributed in the world of deep sea or near land. After the gas burns, it can only release a small amount of gas carbon dioxide and natural water, and the pollution has far exceeds natural coal, petroleum, etc., and its energy reserves. Huge. Therefore, it is widely recognized by the current world because it is still the main energy source of oil and the like.
Mining methods, Combustible ice, seabed environment
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