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Gas condensate


Natural gas extracted from gas tanks mainly contains a considerable amount of gas condensate. Especially when the volume of gas removal from the tank is high. Gas condensate is referred to as a liquid hydrocarbon stream, which is found in natural gas deposits and is found sediment and sediment in extraction gas, and is mainly composed of pentane and heavier hydrocarbons (+ C5) and is low sulfur and usually free of all types Metals and about half of it is naphtha.  

Unlike botanically and propane, gas condensate does not require special conditions for liquidation and can be converted to kerosene, gasoline, jet fuel, etc. in various ways. Compared to the crude oil refinery, there are fewer conversion and refining processes in the gas condensate refinery, so the investment cost is half the cost of investing in the crude oil refinery.