Scientists Tapping Arctic Ocean Methane

[cbc.ca] An international team of scientists is preparing to drill into a remote island on the edge of the Arctic Ocean, hoping to tap into a huge field of frozen methane — a potentially cleaner source of energy, they say. The researchers, working under the banner of the Aurora Research Institute in Inuvik, N.W.T., plan to conduct 10 days of tests next month on Richards Island and the west side of Mallik Bay.

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