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13th International Methane Hydrate Research and Development Conference

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Queen's University Belfast

19 Chlorine Gardens

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The 13th International Workshop on Methane Hydrate Research and Development will be at Queen’s University – Belfast.

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The 13th International Workshop on Methane Hydrate Research and Development will be hosted by the MIGHTY (‘Marine Gas Hydrates & Technology’) network at Queen’s University – Belfast. The MIGHTY group refers to an all-Ireland network of researchers interested in gas hydrates.

This workshop was created so hydrate researchers and stakeholders could freely exchange information and identify research priorities in an effort to promote collaboration. The workshop will include plenary lectures, oral presentations and posters, and the following breakout sessions:

Laboratory Experimentation:

A) Limitations on experimentation relative to the environment.

B) Mineral/hydrate/Fluid interactions focus on porous non steady state conditions:

Gas Hydrate Related Modeling: Load Predictions, Coastal - Platform Stability, Environmental Safety

Gas Hydrate Deep Drilling: Technology, Recent Data

Carbon Storage combined with Gas Hydrate Production: Concepts; Geomechanical Stability, Environmental Safety vs. Impact

Initial Site Assessment: Seismic and Geochemical Evaluation, Recent Data (Positive and Negative), Additional Approaches

Biogeochemical Assessments of Gas Hydrate Loading and Monitoring Environmental Health

Local Organisers:

  • Prof. Christopher Allen, Queens University Belfast
  • Prof. Niall English  University College Dublin
  • Dr. Brian Kelleher, Dublin City University
  • Dr. Mohammad Reza Ghaani, University College Dublin
  • Dr. Jillian Thompson, Queens University Belfast
  • Dr. Srikumar Roy, University College Dublin

Important Dates 

    • August 1, 2021: Opening date for abstract submission
    • October 1, 2021: Last day to submit abstracts
    • November 1, 2021: Notification of acceptance of submitted abstracts
    • January 8, 2022: Online registration closes

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