Natural Gas definition

Natural Gas or "Gas" shall mean natural gas, processed, unprocessed, vaporized liquid natural gas, synthetic gas, propane-air mixture or any mixture of these gases.
Natural Gas means naturally occurring methane with no more than 20% by volume of inert or other constituents.
Natural Gas means a combustible mixture of hydrocarbon gases;

Examples of Natural Gas in a sentence

The lagoon is to remain with the Army, leaving the PDADA without a system of wastewater distribution;o Natural Gas – There is a natural gas distribution system of unknown capacity and serviceability on the surplus area of the PCD.

The lagoon is to remain with the Army, leaving the PDADA without a system of wastewater distribution;o Natural Gas – There is a natural gas distribution system of unknown capacity and serviceability on the surplus area of the PCD.• Water Rights – The only source of water on the PCD is from wells residing on the PCD.

If an appraisal program or application for an Exploitation Authorization has not been submitted within the time periods allowed for in Articles 9.2 and 9.5 here above, the surface comprising the extent of the deposit of Non-Associated Natural Gas shall be, upon the request of the Minister, relinquished to the State, which shall be able to undertake for its own account all works of placement into exploitation of the deposit in question.

The study shall in particular determine the quantities for which sale on the local market can be assured as a fuel or as a raw material, the facilities and arrangements necessary for the sale of such Natural Gas to the utilizing enterprises or to the entity of the State in charge of its distribution, as well as the discounted price which shall be determined pursuant to the principles set forth in Article 15.8 here below.

With regard to sales on the local market of the Natural Gas as a fuel, to a price to be mutually agreed upon between the Minister or the national entity in charge of the distribution of gas on the local market, and the Contractor, on the basis in particular of the market rate of a fuel substitute for Natural Gas.


More Definitions of Natural Gas

Natural Gas means all natural gas, distillate or sulphur, natural gas liquids and all products recovered in the processing of natural gas (other than condensate) including, without limitation, natural gasoline, coalbed methane gas, casinghead gas, iso-butane, normal butane, propane and ethane (including such methane allowable in commercial ethane).
Natural Gas means a naturally occurring mixture of hydrocarbon gases and other gases;
Natural Gas means a naturally occurring mixture or process derivative of hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon gases found in geologic formations beneath the earth’s surface, of which its constituents include methane, heavier hydrocarbons, and carbon dioxide. Natural gas may be field quality (which varies widely) or pipeline quality. For the purposes of this rule, the definition of natural gas includes similarly constituted fuels such as field production gas, process gas, and fuel gas.
Natural Gas means hydrocarbons that are in a gaseous phase at atmospheric conditions of temperature and pressure, including wet mineral gas, dry mineral gas, casing head gas and residue gas remaining after the extraction or separation of liquid hydrocarbons from wet gas, and non-hydrocarbon gas produced in association with liquid or gaseous hydrocarbons;
Natural Gas or 'Gas' shall mean natural gas, processed or unprocessed, vaporized liquid natural gas, synthetic gas, propane-air mixture, landfill gas, other unconventional source of methane gas or any mixture of these gases.
Natural Gas means the lighter hydrocarbons and associated non-hydrocarbon substances occurring naturally in an underground reservoir, which under atmospheric conditions are essentially gases but which may contain natural gas liquids. Natural gas can exist in a reservoir either dissolved in crude oil (solution gas) or in a gaseous phase (associated gas or non-associated gas). Non-hydrocarbon substances may include hydrogen sulphide, carbon dioxide and nitrogen.
Natural Gas means wet gas, dry gas, all other gaseous hydrocarbons, and all substances contained therein, including sulphur, carbondioxide and nitrogen but excluding extraction of helium, which are produced from Oil or Gas Wells, excluding those condensed or extracted liquid hydrocarbons that are liquid at normal temperature and pressure conditions, and including the residue gas remaining after the condensation or extraction of liquid hydrocarbons from gas.