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  • FIERY ICE 2014

    CSIR - NATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

    HYDERABAD - INDIA

  • FIERY ICE 2014ORGANIZED BY

  • 9th International Methane Hydrate R&D (IMHRD) WorkshopHYDERABAD, INDIA

    THEME:

    SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY OF GAS HYDRATES: WHEN CAN THEY BE PRODUCED

    EFFICIENTLY AND SAFELY?

    ORGANIZED BY CSIR - NATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

    SPONSORED BY MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES (MOES)

    COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (CSIR)

    DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (DST)

    CSIR-NATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

    NATIONAL CENTER FOR ANTARCTIC & OCEAN RESEARCH

    CSIR-NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY

    NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCEAN TECHNOLOGY

    OIL INDIA LIMITED (OIL)

    GAS AUTHORITY OF INDIA LIMITED

    OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH GLOBAL

    US DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, NATIONAL ENERGY TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY

    UNIVERSITY OF BERGEN, NORWAY

    HAWAII NATURAL ENERGY INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII,USA

  • CONTENTS

    SPONSORS ........................................................................................................................... (i)

    Committees............................................................................................................................... (ii)

    Background .............................................................................................................................. (iii)

    About Golkonda Fort ............................................................................................................... (iv)

    Program Schedule ................................................................................................. 9

    Abstracts.................................................................................................................................. 19

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  • SPONSORS

    Oil India Ltd.

    University of Hawaii Office of Naval Research

    National Geophysical Research Institute

    National Institute of Ocean Technology

    Gas Authority of India Ltd.

    Ministry of Earth Science National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research

    Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas

    Department of Energy

    University of Bergen

    National Institute of Oceanography

    Department of Science & Technology

    CSIR

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  • COMMITTEES

    International Steering Committee

    Richard B. Coffin,Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences, Texas A&M University -Corpus Christi, USA

    Bjrn Kvamme,Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen, Norway

    Stephen M. Masutani,Natural Energy Institute,University of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA

    Hideo Narita,National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology,Sapporo, Japan

    Tsutomu Uchida,Division of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan

    Local Advisory/Organizing Committee

    Prof. Harsh K. Gupta (Chair), Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB), Mumbai

    Dr. Shailesh Nayak, Ministry of Earth Sciences, New Delhi

    Shri B. N. Talukdar, Directorate General of Hydrocarbons, Noida

    Dr. S.K. Srivastava, Oil India Limited, Dhuliajan

    Dr. Y.J. Bhaskar Rao, CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad

    Dr. S.W.A. Naqvi ,Director, CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography, Goa

    Dr. M.A. Atmanand, National Institute of Ocean Technology, Chennai

    Dr. S. Rajan, National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research, Goa

    Dr. Pushpendra Kumar, Gas Hydrates KDM Institute of Petroleum Exploration, ONGC, Dehradun

    Dr. Kalachand Sain (Convener), CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad

    Workshop Secretariat

    Local Organizing Secretariat of Fiery Ice-2014

    CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute

    Gas-hydrate Group,

    Uppal Road, Hyderabad - 500 007, India

    E-mail: 14fieryice@gmail.com

    Ph No. +91 040-2701 2799 (O)

    Mob: +91 9440964038

    Website: http://www.fieryice2014.org/

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  • Background

    The growing demand of energy and depletion of fossil fuels necessitate looking for an alternate source

    for sustainable development. Among various forms of renewable and unconventional energy resources,

    gas hydrates seem to be the major unconventional energy resource for the next generation because of

    their abundant occurrences in nature. The energy potential of gas hydrates is so huge that even 15%

    production from global reserve meet the worlds energy requirement for about two hundred years.

    Successful production tests through carbon dioxide replacement method in the permafrost of Alaska

    (USA) in 2012 and by depressurization method in the Nankai Trough off Japan in 2013 have increased

    tremendous interests to the national gas hydrates programs of many countries, particularly in the Asian

    countries. It is expected that gas hydrates will be produced commercially by another 10 years times. The

    Fiery Ice International Methane Hydrates R&D (IMHRD) Workshops were earlier held in Honolulu,

    Hawaii; Washington DC; Vina del Mar, Chile; Victoria, British Columbia; Edinburgh, Scotland; Bergen,

    Norway; Wellington, New Zealand; and Sapporo, Japan. The 9th IMHRD Workshop is being organized

    by CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute in Hyderabad, India during November 9-12, 2014. We

    have 11 national reports, 2 keynote speeches, 16 invited talks, 30 posters and 6 break-out sessions. This

    will provide a platform for deliberation, interaction and sharing information on new advances of several

    perspectives of gas hydrates. The leading edge topics covering the natural systems, energy,

    environmental impacts, flow assurance, advancement in production technology, etc will be presented

    and discussed by an outstanding and diverse group of scientists (academic and industries) from different

    countries, fostering an opportunity for International collaboration. The total participants in the

    workshop are around 90 and the credit goes to all members of the international steering committee and

    local advisory committee, and all participants for their joint e