E3S Web of Conf.
Volume 230, 2021IV International Scientific and Technical Conference “Gas Hydrate Technologies: Global Trends, Challenges and Horizons” (GHT 2020)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Published online||18 January 2021|
Gas hydrates technologies in the joint concept of geoenergy usage
1 Dnipro University of Technology, Department of Mining Engineering and Education, 19 Yavornytskoho Ave., 49005, Dnipro, Ukraine
2 JSW Group, Management Board for Technical Matters, 4 Jana Pawła II Ave., 44330, Jastrzębie-Zdrój, Poland
3 Universidad Nacional de San Agustin de Arequipa, Institute of Renewable Energy Research and Energy Efficiency, 107 San Agustin St, 04000, Arequipa, Peru
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The paper represents the analysis, which has helped to establish the usage of gas hydrate technologies in the methane conversion. This gas could be obtained in different ways. Possibilities and sources for the gas obtaining have been demonstrated. Use of other environmentally friendly sources to support operation in such systems in terms of joint energy complex has been considered. The necessary kinetic connections to provide operational sustainability of all the constituents have been given. The approach helps evaluate quantitatively the priority of its physicochemical transformations to obtain gas hydrates artificially. It is possible to transport methane at considerable distances when it is solidified. Actually, in this case there is no necessity to build costly compressor stations and pipelines for its transportation to consumers. The approach is extremely important for mining regions as it helps prolong the operating period and working out of the abandoned and off-balance coal reserves. In this case, it is proposed to apply special gasification technologies tending to maximum methane recovery. The proposed solutions give the possibility to define the trends of our further research. They will be highlighted in the following authors’ studies.
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