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The Future of Natural Gas

 Stephen R. Connors, Joseph S. Hezir, Gregory S. McRae, Harvey Michaels, Carolyn Ruppel
  29th-Oct-2010
Description: Natural Gas, Global Remaining Recoverable Gas, Global Gas Supply Cost Curve, U.S. Gas Supply Curves, Variation in Production Rates, Potential Production Rate, Methane Hydrate Resource Pyramid, U.S. Gas Use, U.S. Gas Prices, Energy Mix, Natural Gas Production, Natural Gas Consumption, Global Gas Markets, Load duration curve, Fully Dispatched NGCC Potential, U.S. Natural Gas Infrastructure, NGL Production, Levelized Cost of Electricity.
Views: 4238
Domain: Energy
Category: Fossil Fuel/Nuclear
Contents:
the Future of natural Gas
An InterdIscIplInAry MIt study
InterIM report

Copyright � 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. All rights reserved. ISBN (978-0-9828008-0-5)

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MIT STudy on The FuTure oF naTural GaS

Study Participants
Study Co-ChairS ErnESt J. Moniz -- Chair Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Physics and Engineering Systems, MIT Director, MIT Energy Initiative (MIT ... See more

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