Hydrate characterization and dissociation strategies ///

Two projects were performed by the University of Tulsa and its partners for the Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA) to relate hydrates to jumpers and develop dissociate strategies. The objectives of these projects, RPSEA Projects 07121-1603a and -1603b, were as follows: After modifying a high-pressure flow loop, generate solid hydrate plugs under different scenarios, and evaluate the efficiencies of various hydrate dissociation strategies, including depressurization, wall heating and thermodynamic inhibitors.

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