January 2002

Misc

Center for Hydrate Research

Bill Crowley, Contributing Editor You have probably heard about gas hydrates. You know, frozen natural gas and CO2. Some folks think these hydrates may hold the promise of cheap and very ..

Bill Crowley, Contributing Editor You have probably heard about gas hydrates. You know, frozen natural gas and CO2. Some folks think these hydrates may hold the promise of cheap and very abundant fuel. If you need information about natural gas hydrates, this is the place to visit (http://www.mines.edu/research/chs/). When you access this site, be aware that the home page has a monster of a graphic that is very slow to load (they should have let their computer studies guys compress that photo). You may consider switching your browser to "text only" for the opening page. The goal of the Center for Hydrate Research is to do both

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