DOD Future Energy Resources by D. R. Hardy, B. B. Rath, B. G. Hurdle, H. W. Carhart, T.
By D. R. Hardy, B. B. Rath, B. G. Hurdle, H. W. Carhart, T. Coffey, F. E. Saalfeld
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One should expect a heterogeneous infrastructure to result. It appears that significant progress is being made in the key enabling areas. Overall, 35 J. Ohi and N. S. DOE Efforts,” 14th World Energy Conference, Montreal, Canada, June 9-13, 2002. 34 considerable hurdles remain before significant progress can be made in the commercially viable hydrogen economy. DOD must remain cognizant of the progress in overcoming these impediments and look for militarily unique opportunities to participate in current and future commercial and government sponsored development of hydrogen.
Additionally, it has also embarked on a comprehensive plan to be conducted over a period of 16 years in three phases focused on research areas related to exploration, modeling, field testing, development technology and health-safety-environmental assistance. Japan’s investment is perhaps the largest of its kind in this field of research. India has initiated its National Gas Hydrate Program (NGHP) under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas in 1997. This program was reconstituted in 2000 with the direction of the Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH).
The future of gas hydrates as an energy resource depends on the evolution of: 1. Geological studies (to identify concentration sites and settings where methane can be effectively extracted from gas hydrate); 2. Engineering (to determine the most efficient means of dissociating gas hydrate in place and extracting the gas safely); 3. Economics (the costs are likely to be higher than for extraction of gas from conventional reservoirs); and 4. Politics (increased energy security and independence for energy-poor nations are significant driving forces).