Dry Gas definition

Dry Gas means a natural gas that is produced from gas wells not associated with the production of crude oil.
Dry Gas means a gas that contains less than or equal to seven (7) lbs of water per million standard cubic feet. The volume of Gas, on a Dry gas basis, shall be determined by mathematically removing the water vapor from Gas that is partially or fully saturated with water vapor at measurement conditions of flowing pressure and temperature. The total energy content of Gas shall be the product of multiplying the volume of Gas, on a Dry gas basis, times the heating value per unit volume, in Btu/SCF, on a Dry gas basis, at the same base temperature and base pressure.
Dry Gas means a gas having a moisture and hydrocar- bon dew point below any normal temperature to which the gas piping is exposed. As applied to determination of heating value or specific gravity dry gas means the complete absence of moisture or water vapor.

Examples of Dry Gas in a sentence

  • The CONTRACTOR shall notify the DEPARTMENT of any discovery of Dry Gas on any separate geological feature within the Agreement Area.

  • If the CONTRACTOR (on its own behalf and on behalf of Range Resources) needs part of the separated Associated Gas and/or Dry Gas for the purpose of utilizing it in the Petroleum Operations or for reinjection to preserve the pressure of the reservoirs, the CONTRACTOR (on its own behalf and on behalf of Range Resources) must submit to the DEPARTMENT a request for such utilization free of charge together with documentation to support the request.


More Definitions of Dry Gas

Dry Gas means Gas which has been processed to remove all or some of the NGL, Stabilised Condensate and the water vapour in order to meet the Specifications for delivery into Area D.
Dry Gas means Natural Gas containing essentially methane, ethane and inert gases.
Dry Gas means Gas that is not Wet Gas.
Dry Gas means Natural Gas that is primarily methane and ethane after the extraction of NGLs, which should meet the specifications set out in Annex G.
Dry Gas. Gas meeting the specifications for ‘Dry Gas’ set forth on Exhibit G.
Dry Gas means gas produced from the Kerse of Kinneil de-ethaniser columns which has been subsequently processed in the gas sweetening and drying facilities and which may have been further processed in facilities downstream thereof.
Dry Gas means Natural Gas that is primarily methane and ethane, whether naturally occurring as such or after the extraction of NGLs, in all cases meeting the specifications set out in Annex G.