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Charting the Future of Methane Hydrate Research in the United States
Houston, Texas, October 28, 2003
Art Johnson, Hydrate Energy International, and chair of the DOE Science Advisory Panel: Role of the Methane Hydrate Advisory Committee in the DOE Program
Robert Hunter, BP Alaska North Slope: BP Exploration (Alaska), Inc. Methane Hydrate Project
Sivakumar Subramanian, ChevronTexaco: Characterizing Methane Hydrates in the Deep-water Gulf of Mexico
Thomas Williams, Maurer Technology: Alaska Hydrate Project Overview: Methane Hydrate Production from Alaskan Permafrost
William Gwilliam, DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory: General Discussion of DOE’s Approach to Production and Hazard Research
La Jolla, California, January 5-7, 2004
Steve Kirby, U.S. Geological Survey Menlo Park: Review of Clathrate Hydrate Mechanical Properties: How Applicable is Tetrahydrofuran Hydrate to the Real World?
Tom Lorenson, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park: USGS Methane Hydrate Research in the Gulf of Mexico
Emrys Jones, ChevronTexaco, Scripps: Gulf of Mexico (GOM) Joint Industry Project (JIP) Status
Tim Collett, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver: Energy Resource Potential of the Eileen and Tarn Gas Hydrate Accumulations on the North Slope of Alaska
George Moridis, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory: Gas Production from Hydrate Accumulations Under Various Geological and Reservoir Conditions
Peter Brewer, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute and member of the Methane Hydrate Advisory Committee: National Research Council Review: Methane Hydrate Research Program
Miriam Kastner, Scripps Institution of Oceanography and member, Department of Energy Methane Hydrate Advisory Committee: National Research Council Review: Methane Hydrate Research Program
Brad Tomer, Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory: Status of DOE Research into Naturally Occurring Methane Hydrates