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Why we aren’t mining methane hydrates now. Or perhaps ever.

by Alice Friedemann   www.energyskeptic.com Methane hydrates are crystalline structures that are mostly water: 4 methane molecules per 23 water molecules. Methane is trapped within this matrix of ice, so they don’t amass in commercial quantities and the majority are too … Continue reading

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