China has successfully tested for natural gas hydrates in Shenhu area of South China Sea, China Geological Survey said May 18. The gas flowed continuously for eight days with average production of 16,000 m³/d with highest output in one day at 35,000 m³. Almost all the gas extracted is methane.
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