CHINA is about to launch large scale firefighting

China will set up 2-4 large firewood extraction
facilities to develop on an industrial scale. On June 2, the deputy director of the Geological
Survey of the Ministry of Land and Resources (MOLR) said the information. According to
him, the Chinese government will also set regulations and other industrial procedures.
China currently estimates 80 billion tons of burning ice. According to the Director of the Mineral Reserve
Division of MOLR Vu Hai Phong, firefighting is a new mineral and involves the development
of firefighting in the area of emerging strategic sectors to encourage businesses to exploit.
This resource. Earlier, in mid-May 2017, China claimed to
have exploited ice for the first time in depths of 1.219m in the South China Sea. The trial
of firefighting was carried out for 187 hours of continuous output. The South China Sea is considered one of the
five largest reserves of firewood in the world, with enough reserves to replace any future
energy source. Dr Nguyen Nhu Trung, head of geomagnetic and
geomatics research at the Institute of Geology and Marine Geophysics, once said: “In the
South China Sea areas where there is the possibility of burning ice at a depth of 300-3000m, So
the potential for this area is very high. For example, the area south of the Paracels,
Vu Khanh basin, the eastern part of the Nam Con Son Basin, the area above Vung May and
Truong Sa are large reserves. ” This “gold mine” has prompted China to use
its power in every way to take over this prime area, gain control of the disputed waters,
declare claims to profit. In June 2016, the Guangzhou newspaper reported
that the Chinese Geological Survey discovered a deep-sea ice pit in the South China Sea,
near the Pearl River Basin, the Chau River Basin. This area can contain 100-150 billion
m3 of natural gas. Beijing announced publicly that it will set
up a research center for the South China Sea under the sea to serve the natural exploration
and search for energy when it conducts illegal island repopulation on the Paracel and Spratly
archipelagos. Under the sovereignty of Vietnam. Fire (also known as flint) is usually found
on the seafloor or tundra areas in the form of solid bodies like small snowballs. Scientifically known as natural hydrate or
gas hydrate, fire burners are formed from natural gases such as methane, ethane, propane
and water under high pressure and low temperatures. Burning is considered to be the future source
of human energy because it is capable of releasing 2-5 times more energy than natural gas, clean
and does not pollute the environment. However, fire ice is not stable so the exploitation
of this substance is very difficult.

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