Tuning The State-Of-The-Art Numerical Simulator To Recover Energy From Methane Hydrates
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I am the Dean's Chair Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS). I am also the co-lead for natural gas research at the centre for energy research and technology (CERT) in NUS. I also serve as subject editor in Applied Energy journal and associate editor in the Journal of Natural Gas Science & Engineering. My research interests are in the areas of clathrate (gas) hydrates, energy storage, CO2 capture and storage (CCS) and energy recovery.

                       

Tuning The State-Of-The-Art Numerical Simulator To Recover Energy From Methane Hydrates

With the ever-increasing demand for cleaner energy, natural gas is playing a growing role in the global energy mix replacing coal and oil to help transition into a future carbon-constrained world. Methane hydrates (MHs) have been considered as the potential future resource of energy due to its abundant resource volume of CH4 (20,000 trillion cubic meter) in nature. MHs are stable at suitable low temperatures and high-pressure conditions. They are typically found at permafrost locations and offshore locations near the...

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CO2 Capture Via Semiclathrates At Ambient Temperature

Global warming is a worldwide issue caused by the increasing greenhouse gas emissions due to human-induced activities. In order to control the CO2 emission in the short term, Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) has been proposed as one of the major strategies that have an immediate effect on the mitigation of global warming . The pre-combustion CO2 capture through an integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) is one of the possible approaches to equip fossil fuel power plants with CCS ....

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