MSNBC: Hydrocarbons flowing "into the FORMATION" is "THE DOOMSDAY SCENARIO" For latest updates on the collapse of the formation cited by Thad Allen on August 19, see: *DEVELOPING* Feds admit FORMATION may have COLLAPSED around bottom of wellbore — This is why annulus is blocked, NOT cement (VIDEO) AND UPDATE: Feds provide further evidence that the FORMATION has COLLAPSED around BP's Macondo well (VIDEO) -------------------------------- 'Countdown with Keith Olbermann', MSNBC, June 8th, 2010: BOB CAVNAR: "If it [oil & gas] comes into the formation, basically, you've got uncontrolled flow to the sea floor. And that is the doomsday scenario."
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Naming & Drawing Alkyne Hydrocarbons
Oil and Gas Hydrocarbon Industry Petrotech-2010 First core group meeting. The first core group meeting of Petrotech 2010 in Le Meridien Hotel, New Delhi on the 9th July 2009. Petrotech-2010 core group meeting was co-chaired by Mr. RS Pandey, Secretary - Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India and Mr. RS Sharma, CMD, ONGC.
Chemistry Tutorial 13.2c: Aromatic Hydrocarbons This video describes in simple terms the property of resonance as well as the family of organic compounds based on benzene.
Chemistry Music Video 29: It's A Family Thing This song differentiates between the different families of organic compounds based on the sharing of functional groups in different positions on the carbon chain. All music and lyrics copyright 2007 by Mark Rosengarten. All rights reserved. Lyrics: Alkanes, Alkanes, they're driving me insane All single-bonded carbons joined together in a chain CnH-2-n plus 2's the formula we use Methane, propane and octane are good fuels to choose! Alkenes, Alkenes, their structure really screams While sleeping, August Kekule had double-bonded dreams If you have five carbons, Hs will be ten They undergo addition when you add a halogen Alkynes, Alkynes, the molecules that shine They have got a triple bond somewhere along their spine They have two less Hs than their alkene ***ogues Some are used to make the toxin thats produced by frogs! Hydrocarbons molecules that have some H and C They form the basic building blocks that make both you and me Without hydrocarbons, life just cant exist If they were not with us, they would sure be missed! Alco-alco-alcohols have a hydroxyl group An OH that is bonded to the chain, yeah, thats the scoop Its covalent bonded, so the suckers not a base Methanol evaporates real quick and leaves no trace! If you have carboxyl group thats sticking out the end, Then an organic acid is what you have my friend If carboxyl group is in the middle of the chain, Then you have an ester, the odors pretty plain If you have a carbonyl, a double-bonded O One end of the ...
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Hydrocarbon Flash Point Defined The flash point is the lowest temperature at which a petroleum product will give off sufficient vapor so that the vapor-air mixture above the surface of the liquid will propagate a flame away from the source of ignition. This is a key measure of fire hazard. This was clipped from the 1980(?) United States Coast Guard film Tanker Safety Depends on You, which explores the causes of tanker fires and explosions. The entire film is available at the Internet Archives.
Plume of hydrocarbons emanating from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill WHOI Scientists Map and Confirm Origin of Large, Underwater Hydrocarbon Plume in Gulf . www.whoi.edu Plume animation: This animation of a plume of hydrocarbons emanating from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill shows the autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) Sentry making numerous criss-cross penetrations to map the parameters of the 1100 meter-deep plume. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) scientists, who conducted the NSF-funded work in June 2010, report the plume is 1.2 miles wide, 650 feet high, and at least 22 miles long. WHOI developed and operates Sentry. (Animation by Jack Cook, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution). "Scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have detected a plume of hydrocarbons that is at least 22 miles long and more than 3000 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, a residue of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. The 1.2-mile-wide, 650-foot-high plume of trapped hydrocarbons provides at least a partial answer to recent questions asking where all the oil has gone as surface slicks shrink and disappear. "These results indicate that efforts to book keep where the oil went must now include this plume" in the Gulf, said Christopher Reddy, a WHOI marine geochemist and oil spill expert and one of the authors of the study, which appears in the Aug. 19 issue of the journal Science. The researchers measured distinguishing petroleum hydrocarbons in the plume and, using them as an investigative tool, determined that the source ...
Naming Hydrocarbons 1 A quick introduction to get started at naming hydrocarbon chains
Aromatic Hydrocarbon Free Science Help at Brightstorm! The structure of aromatic hydrocarbons.
End of Hydrocarbon Man Documentary about an art exhibit in Boston about bicycle, peak oil. see: post petroleum, end of petroleum petrol, gasoline. Art exhibit
Properties of hydrocarbons Example how you can use this online program in order to estimate properties of hydrocarbons, like density, vapor pressure, state, etc.
Hydrocarbon torch / stove vaporizer Brute and Force Gasoline gas / vaporizer torch Simple stove and torch
Cyclic Hydrocarbon Ring Shaped Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
Naming Alkane Hydrocarbons Follow me on Twitter @Papapodcasts
Hydrocarbons Updated version of Hydrocarbon Video
Carbon Neutral Synthetic Hydrocarbon Fuels Google Tech Talks August 28, 2008 ABSTRACT Transportation accounts for 40% of the CO2 emissions in the state of California. Excluding electricity generation, liquid and gaseous hydrocarbon fuels comprise over 60% of US energy consumption. For many applications, these fuels will continue to be the most economical and highest performance energy source for decades to come even with rising petroleum and natural gas prices. Carbon neutrality requires that the origin and destination of the carbon in fuels be alike (ie if it came from the earth, it needs to return there). Biofuel is an option that can possibly meet the requirements of carbon neutrality. A non-biological solution exists where CO2 is extracted from the atmosphere and converted to fuel using available "carbon free" electricity. The cost of this process is not competitive with fossil based hydrocarbon sources today. This talk will discuss the requirements for carbon neutral synthetic fuels and some of the progress toward achieving these goals. Speaker: Karl Littau Karl Littau is the manager of the Material and Processes Area at the Palo Alto Research Center (formerly Xerox PARC). His area is responsible for developing printing system technology for documents as well as large area electronics and other applications. In addition he has helped support recent activity at PARC in the areas of solar PV and other renewable energy applications. Previously he worked at Applied Materials in Santa Clara where he developed ...
Chemistry Tutorial 13.1c: Hydrocarbons Structural Formulas This video demonstrates how to write structural formulas for aliphatic hydrocarbons, alkanes, alkenes and alkynes.
Chemistry Tutorial 13.1b: Hydrocarbons Molecular Formulas This video shows how to get the formulas for alkanes,m alkenes and alkynes using the general formulas.
Why is Chemistry mostly hydrocarbons? Ever wonder why chemistry focusses on hydrocarbons?
Hydrocarbons Check us out at In organic chemistry, a hydrocarbon is an organic compound consisting entirely of hydrogen and carbon. Hydrocarbons from which one hydrogen atom has been removed are functional groups, called hydrocarbyls. Aromatic hydrocarbons (arenes), alkanes, alkenes, cycloalkanes and alkyne-based compounds are different types of hydrocarbons. The majority of hydrocarbons found naturally occur in crude oil, where decomposed organic matter provides an abundance of carbon and hydrogen which, when bonded, can catenate to form seemingly limitless chains. The classifications for hydrocarbons defined by IUPAC nomenclature of organic chemistry are as follows: 1.Saturated hydrocarbons (alkanes) are the most simple of the hydrocarbon species and are composed entirely of single bonds and are saturated with hydrogen. The general formula for saturated hydrocarbons is CnH2n+2 (assuming non-cyclic structures). Saturated hydrocarbons are the basis of petroleum fuels and are either found as linear or branched species. Hydrocarbons with the same molecular formula but different structural formulae are called structural isomers. As given in the example of 3-methylhexane and its higher homologues, branched hydrocarbons can be chiral. Chiral saturated hydrocarbons constitute the side chains of biomolecules such as chlorophyll and tocopherol. 2.Unsaturated hydrocarbons have one or more double or triple bonds between carbon atoms. Those with double bond are called alkenes ...
Hydrocarbon Generator Hydrocarbon generator prototype.
A video of a hydrocarbon refrigerant demonstration which wen A video of a hydrocarbon refrigerant demonstration which went horribly wrong
Cracking a Hydrocarbon Liquid paraffin (a mixture of alkanes of chain length C20 and greater) is vaporised and passed over a hot pumice stone catalyst. A gaseous product is obtained which is flammable and which will decolorise bromine water and acidified permanganate ions. The same apparatus and method can be used to dehydrate ethanol.
Destruction of hydrocarbon vapors by FALCO® Electric Catalytic Oxidizer specializes in the manufacture of electric catalytic oxidizers and remediation equipment for the destruction of volatile organic compounds in soil vapor extraction applications.
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Various Marine Geophysical Methods Used in Hydrocarbon Exploration -1 This chapter of the IAGC Marine Geophysical Operations Educational CD covers various methods and technologies involved in the exploration for hydrocarbon deposits in the earth's subsurface
Charging Low Octane Hydrocarbon with LPG Simple Increasing Octane Hydrocarnon
Natural Refrigerants PART 1 - Hydrocarbons Martin Dennison (AMCA-NSW) raises the questions around the safety precautions that need to be considered when coming across Hydrocarbons and Carbon Dioxide when working with natural refrigerant gasses. Steve Smith (TAFE) explains the history of refrigerant gasses and why we have started to return to using natural refrigerants. Six basic questions are asked around the safety precautions of using Hydrocarbons: - What equipment can I retrofit? - How do I identify equipment containing Hydrocarbons? - What are the safety requirements when handling Hydrocarbons? - How do I reclaim/recover Hydrocarbon out of an existing system? - How do I store and transport a Hydrocarbon cylinder? - Why use a flammable refrigerant? These questions are well-tackled by Warren Steele and Ken Townshend from Electrolux, whose home refrigeration products use hydrocarbon gas. Viewers are then encouraged to view Part 2 of this video to to obtain the complete, overall safety message of this important video project.
In cylinder Hydrocarbon measurement with Cambustion fast FID The use of a Cambustion HFR500 fast response hydrocarbon ***yzer to measure the in-cylinder hydrocarbon concentrations in a spark ignition gasoline engine.
HC12a, RED TEC, Duracool Hydrocarbon Refrigerants This is the ABC news report on the gases that are not approved for automobiles by the EPA's SNAP program
Chemistry: Hydrocarbon Isomers Watch more free lectures and examples of Chemistry at Other subjects include Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Biology, Physics, Statistics, and Computer Science. -All lectures are broken down by individual topics -No more wasted time -Just search and jump directly to the answer
Hydrocarbon Production in Algae Algae is a promising possibility for the future of energy. This presentation will explain the benefits of this source of fuel, how exactly fuel is made form algae, and what engineers are doing to improve the process. Enjoy!
Space solar energy alternative to hydrocarbon and nuclear? What are the ups and downs of hydrocarbon, nuclear and space solar based energy? Hydrocarbon power is expensive, pollutive and has many geopolitical chokepoints. With nuclear energy there is always a small chance for a global disaster. The best alternative is renewable energy, especially space solar energy. In space there are no clouds in space, there is no day and night cycle and there is plenty of room. By placing solar collectors above the atmosphere, it will be at least 14 times more effective then land based solar collectors. Afterwards the energy can be send to earth in form of microwave radiation and converted to electricity. The technology for space based energy already exists.
Various Marine Geophysical Methods Used in Hydrocarbon Exploration -2 This chapter of the IAGC Marine Geophysical Operations Educational CD covers various methods and technologies involved in the exploration for hydrocarbon deposits in the earth's subsurface
HydroCarbon part 1 this is a video of my classmates [kinda includes me anyway] made by my ate MA.. she gave us a CD of this as a remembrance for our graduation... we have benn together, as classmates, for four years... so it's not that easy to say goodbye to each other... but we all look forward to the day that we will all be together again... I love you HydroCARBON!!!... WE UNITE AS ONE!!!... God bless you guys!...
Hydrocarbon glaciers and seas may dot Titan's poles For more information: Animation showing lake features on Titan. Courtesy of NASA
Gujarat's Achievement in the Hydrocarbon sector A documentation of Gujarat's achievements in the Hydrocarbon sector. The Making of the Petro Capital of India.
Drawing Alkane Hydrocarbons Follow me on Twitter @Papapodcasts
Hydrocarbons from Waste - Tire Gasification #5 Part 5 of Klean Industries Carbonization Systems - An Overview of the Continuous Tire Carbonization Systems. Klean uses technology to turn old tires into new fuel. Klean's technologies are designed to handle almost any waste stream imaginable, mixed or unmixed. This includes whole tyres, all types of plastics, shredder residue, manure, biomass and infectious biohazard medical waste. Depending on the feedstock, such as tires and plastics our systems are fully self-sustaining, site, and customer specific and designed not to add to the land-fill problem. Watch video #6 -
Fast Food, Hydrocarbons and Waves in Outer Space Fast Food, Hydrocarbons and Waves in Outer Space Michael Oliver's solo show is inspired by several related scientific discoveries and new theories of a finite universe. The exhibition fuses the aesthetics of experimental video, sculpture, and science. In one gallery, the soil-free fast-growing food facility "NASA Nourishment" is accompanied by NASA exploration video footage. Another installation incorporates glass sculptures of hydrocarbon models on Styrofoam surfaces that suggest the surface of Mars. Images of waves and surfing in two installations evoke the influence of surfing and sailing on Oliveri's development as an artist growing up in Southern California. From specific scientific observations about Fullerenes, Hydroponics, and Sonic Growth, Oliveri makes the broader point that innovation often occurs not as a result of structured research, but of accidental discoveries.