14 March 2012
Issue drill down to vent geothermal steam and the north sea, it peculates through coal deposits laid down at the end of the Jurassic, when 85% of life on earth died.
So it comes up with methane gas in. So this isn’t a inexhaustible supply of natural gas. We compress and cool it, and bring it on shore.
No we heat it, and an pass it through A titanium honeycomb. Out of the bottom we get a long chain hydrocarbons-Petroleum Oil! With some diesel oil in.
We do not depend on nature to convert the natural gas into oil. We do this up in a Chemical Factory. I’m in product, and the methane gas, is very cheap!
It requires a geographical map of the undersea coal deposits, and a bore hole! This is directly cheap oil! There is a near limitless supply of deep sea coal.
Jonathan Thomason JonThm9@aol.com