condensate well

condensate well

[′kän·dən‚sāt ‚wel]
(mechanical engineering)
A chamber into which condensed vapor falls for convenient accumulation prior to removal.
(petroleum engineering)
Well that produces a natural gas highly saturated with condensable hydrocarbons heavier than methane and ethane.
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A comprehensive gas treatment unit and three gas condensate wells securing 2.
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