1st Edition

Gas Hydrate in Carbon Capture, Transportation and Storage Technological, Economic, and Environmental Aspects

By Bhajan Lal, Anipeddi Manjusha Copyright 2025
    252 Pages 9 Color & 35 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    This book offers a deep insight into gas hydrate-based carbon capture, transportation, and storage technology as solution to decarbonization. The key aspects of carbon capture & storage technologies are discussed together with their advantages and status of development and commercialization. The authors delve into intricacies of gas hydrate reactor design, provide a review on the Techno-Economic Aspects (TEA), expound critical safety considerations and elucidate upon the regulatory mandates shaping the landscape of decarbonization initiatives.

    Gas Hydrate in Carbon Capture, Transportation and Storage: Technological, Economic, and Environmental Aspects is an essential resource for all academicians, researchers, flow assurance engineers, industry professional and students working in this field.

    Preface. Gas Hydrate in Oil and Gas Systems. Chemical in Carbon Capture and Storage. Feasibility of Long-Distance Transportation of Captured CO2  using Transmission Pipelines: An Overview of Techno-economic Models. Gas-Hydrate-Forming Reactors for Carbon Capture and Storage. Advancements and Challenges in Techno-Economic Analysis of CO2 Capture Technologies. CO2 Sequestration via Clathrate Gas Hydrates. Risk Analysis in Carbon Capture and Storage. Methods for Modelling and Simulating CO2 Capture Utilizing Hydrate Technology. Leveraging Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for Enhanced Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). Decarbonizing Global Industry: Technologies and Policies. Carbon Capture and Storage Information Resources. Index.


    Bhajan Lal, Chartered Chemist, is Associate Professor in the Chemical Engineering Department and core research member of Center for Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilization (CCUS) in the Institute of Sustainable Energy at the Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (2012-conti..). After receiving MSc and Ph.D. degree (2004) from JMI Central University, New Delhi, India, Dr. Lal worked as postdoctoral research fellow and Research Scientist in the USA, Canada, South Africa, Turkey, and Malaysia. His main areas of research interests are CO2 hydrates and its application in CO2 capture and storage, desalination and; Flow Assurance. He has graduated 10 MSc, 13 Ph.D., 2 postdocs and more than 70 undergraduate FYPI students since 2013. Dr. Bhajan Lal has published 5 Research books, 12 Book Chapters, 200+Peer Review Research papers, 45 conference papers and Filed 2 Patents in CO2 gas hydrate research area with high citation record 5100 with H-index 42 and i10-index 110. In addition, as project leader, he has secured 18 gas hydrate-related research projects worth RM 4 million from oil and gas industries, UTP, and the Malaysian Government. Dr. Lal has actively participated and presented his research and teaching at national as well as international schools. Dr. Bhajan has delivered 8 Short courses related to flow assurance, production chemistry via CAPE-UTP.

    Anipeddi Manjusha is a research fellow, Ph.D. candidate and a graduate assistant at the Research Center for Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilization (CCUS) in the Chemical Engineering Department of Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Seri Iskandar, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia. She obtained her Master degree from R V College of Engineering, Bangalore, India in Chemical Engineering. Anipeddi Manjusha is currently working on Hydrate-based carbon capture.