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Crude oil from Alaska's North Slope is denuded of light hydrocarbon constituents--methane, ethane, and propane--by hydrate formation reducing the mixture-bubble-point pressure by 500 psi or more. Hydrates may have denuded completely some shallow Alaskan oil reserves in situ, making the production of this oil much more difficult.
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