Natural Gas Future: A World Without Oil

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AuthorHouse, Oct 3, 2012 - Business & Economics - 64 pages
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Natural gas is a vital component of the world's supply of energy. It is one of the cleanest, safest and most useful of all energy sources. Despite its importance, however, there are many misconceptions about natural gas. For instance, the word 'gas' itself has a variety of different uses, and meanings. When we fuel our car, we put 'gas' in it. However, the gasoline that goes into your vehicle, while a fossil fuel itself, is very different from natural gas. The 'gas' in the common barbecue is actually propane, which, while closely associated and commonly found in natural gas, is not really natural gas itself.
 

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Contents

The US as the Saudi Arabia of Natural Gas
1
Advances in the Exploration and Production Sector
4
Coiled Tubing
7
Measurement While Drilling
8
Slimhole Drilling
9
Offshore Production
10
Liquefied Natural Gas
11
LNG Delivery Facility with Tanker
12
Coiled Tubing
23
Liquefied Natural Gas
25
Natural Gas Fuel Cells
26
Clean Electricity
27
How a Fuel Cell Works
28
Transportation Process and Flow
30
The Natural Gas Gathering System
32
The Natural Gas Gathering System
37

Extensive Pipeline Network
13
The Natural Gas Gathering System
15
Natural Gas Fuel Cells
17
Clean Electricity
18
How a Fuel Cell Works
19
The Natural Gas Processing Plant
44
The Transmission Grid and Compressor Stations
45
Natural Gas Market CentersHubs
47
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