Study downgrades gas hydrates potential for northern Gulf of Mexico

Marine sediments in the northern Gulf of Mexico are likely too warm and salty to hold the amount of methane gas hydrates originally thought to exist, according to researchers from a Georgia Tech, Rice University, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography collaboration.

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