Changes in Physical Properties of Natural Gas Mixtures Through Conditioning For Pipeline Specifications

CIM Bulletin, 1960


The conditioning of natural gas to meet contract pipeline specifications involves in the majority of cases in Western Canada, the appropriation of substantial capital expenditures for treating and processing installations. It is therefore of vital importance to the owners and producers of natural gas to arrive at an appreciation of the economics pertaining to the production and surface handling of their gas reserves at the earliest possible stage of field development
Keywords: analysis, BTU, dewpoint, Ethane . . . . . ., Propane ., raw feed, Calculations, Heating, Hydrocarbons, methane, Pipeline, Pipelines, Pressure, Value