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South China Sea
Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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1.5 Case 1. Who Owns the South China Sea?
The South China Sea encompasses a portion of the Pacific Ocean stretching roughly from Singapore and the Strait of Malacca in the southwest, to the Strait of Taiwan (between Taiwan and mainland China) in the northeast (Fig. 1.5). The area includes hundreds of small islands, rocks and reefs, the majority of which are located within the Paracel and Spratly island chains. Many of these islands are partially submerged islets, rocks and reefs that are little more than shipping hazards not suitable for habitation. Most of these islands are not arable, do not support permanent crops and have no meadows, pastures or forests. But the surrounding water areas are abundant in oil, natural gas, minerals and seafood.
Franchise partner invitation
South China Sea is a lifestyle wear brand under the established VOIR Group. Every collection at South China Sea stands out for their captivating, story-like design and timeless quality. You’ll be charmed by the elegant dresses, mod blouses, and sophisticated suits on offer. Not only that, you’ll find statement accessories that complement your outfit to perfection! So whether a business function or a romantic date night, there’s something here for you to set off your signature style. Head to South China Sea for some great wardrobe treasures today!
Yearly Revenue: RM 21,100,000.00
Employees: 1 to 2 person
Strength & Opportunity
1.3.2 Acidizing in methane hydrate reservoirs
With the gas hydrate production trials in the South China Sea (Fig. 1.1 and Table 1.1), low-permeable hydrate-bearing silty-clayey sediments have become new targets for the commercial level of gas production from gas hydrates. Considering the wide existence of low-permeable hydrate-bearing sediments in the world, a commercial level of gas production from these hydrate reservoirs will be a big step for the gas hydrate industry. However, horizontal well technology and well stimulation technologies are essential to reach the commercial level of gas production rates in gas hydrate production wells. Despite the application of horizontal well technology in the low-permeable hydrate-bearing sediments of the Shenhu Area of the South China Sea, well stimulation is essential for higher gas production rates. Hydraulic fracturing is a practical way to provide flow channels for these low-permeable systems. Moreover, acidizing is a well-known well stimulation technique that has been used in the oil and gas industry for many decades. Therefore, the effect of acid injection into methane hydrate-bearing sediments was investigated in the core-scale experimental setup by Nakano et al. (2018). HCl and HNO3 acids were injected into hydrate-bearing porous media at different concentrations. The inhibitor effect of acid heat release