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Natural-gas condensate


Natural-gas condensate is a low-density mixture of hydrocarbon liquids that are present as gaseous components in the raw natural gas produced from many ...

condensate - Schlumberger Oilfield Glossary - The Oilfield Glossary


The production of condensate reservoirs can be complicated because of the pressure sensitivity of some condensates: During production, there is a risk of the  ...

Condensate | Define Condensate at Dictionary.com


Condensate definition, a product of condensation, as a liquid reduced from a gas or vapor. See more.

What is Condensate? Introducing America's New Oil Export - U.S.


Jun 25, 2014 ... A quiet change to the rules governing energy exports means up to 12% of U.S. energy production could classify as condensate, allowing it to ...

What is gas condensate - Informatorium


Any condensate is obtained after the transition of a gaseous substance into a liquid state due to a drop in pressure or temperature. There are not only gas fields ...

Condensate | Definition of Condensate by Merriam-Webster


Define condensate: a product of condensation especially : a liquid obtained by condensation of a gas or vapor — condensate in a sentence.

US oil industry's billion-dollar question: What is condensate? - Reuters


Oct 8, 2014 ... Fifty years later, the U.S. energy industry faces a similarly vexing controversy over the ultra-light crude known as "condensate". As record ...

condensate - Wiktionary


condensate (plural condensates) ... condensate (third-person singular simple present condensates, present participle condensating, simple past and past ...

Fossil Fuels: Condensate – Wintershall - Wintershall Holding GmbH


Condensate is one of the lightest and most valuable crude oils which is used to produce products like petrol, jet fuel, diesel and heating fuels.

Introduction to Condensate Recovery | TLV - A Steam Specialist ...


What is condensate? How why should it be recovered? Learn about these concepts and more in this intro article on condensate recovery in steam systems.