Condensate definition

Condensate means hydrocarbon liquid separated from natural gas which condenses due to changes in the temperature or pressure and remains liquid at standard conditions.
Condensate means those low vapour pressure hydrocarbons obtained from Natural Gas through condensation or extraction and refers solely to those hydrocarbons that are liquid at normal surface temperature and pressure conditions provided that in the event Condensate is produced from a Development Area and is segregated and transported separately to the Delivery Point, then the provisions of this Contract shall apply to such Condensate as if it were Crude Oil.
Condensate as herein used means liquid products of oil wells and gas wells resulting from condensation of petroleum hydrocarbons existing initially in gaseous phase in an underground reservoir that are recovered at the surface without resorting to processing.

Examples of Condensate in a sentence

  • Condensate is a mixture of hydrocarbons that exists in the gaseous phase at original reservoir temperature and pressure, but that, when produced, is in the liquid phase at surface pressure and temperature.

  • Spent wash generated is being / will be concentrated in MEE then concentrate from MEE is being / will be used as fuel in incineration boiler.Other effluent is being / will be treated in Condensate Polishing unit (CPU).

  • Treated water will be sent to MEE and MEE Condensate will be further treated in RO.

  • Effluent (Condensate/spent lees/blowdown etc.) of 470 m3/dayquantity will be treated through Condensate Polishing Unit/Effluent Treatment Plant of capacity 600 m3/day.

  • Near speed of light lateral transport- Light effective mass- Condensate regime readily available on a chip even at RT New directions: electrically driven polariton devices Polariton based Devices “Polaritonics” Room temperature Polariton LED Emission collected normal to the device• Clear anticrossing observed • Direct emission from exciton polariton states •Rabi splitting of 4.4meV at 219 K S.

More Definitions of Condensate

Condensate means liquid hydrocarbons that were originally in the gaseous phase in the reservoir.
Condensate means hydrocarbons, regardless of gravity, that:
Condensate means the liquid hydrocarbons recovered at the surface that result from condensation due to reduced pressure or temperature of petroleum hydrocarbons existing in a gaseous phase in the reservoir.
Condensate means a mixture consisting primarily of pentanes and heavier hydrocarbon liquids;
Condensate means the product of the physical process in which water is removed from a vapor or vapor mixture (e.g., pipe sweat).
Condensate means volatile organic liquid separated from its associated gases, which condenses due to changes in the temperature or pressure and remains liquid at standard conditions.
Condensate means those hydrocarbons, regardless of gravity, that occur naturally in the gaseous phase in the reservoir that are separated from the natural gas as liquids through the process of condensation either in the reservoir, in the well bore or at the surface in field separators.