gas-condensate reservoir

gas-condensate reservoir

[¦gas ′känd·ən‚sāt ‚rez·əv‚wär]
(geology)
Hydrocarbon reservoir in which conditions of temperature and pressure have resulted in the condensation of the heavier hydrocarbon constituents from the reservoir gas.
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Jasmine, a gas-condensate reservoir, is located 240km south east of the coast of Aberdeen and is expected to start production at the end of 2012.
J., --Treatment of Variation of Composition with Depth in Gas-Condensate Reservoirs, SPERE, 239-244, May, 1991.
Northgas, which is also know as Nortgaz, is active in the exploration and production of gas from gas-condensate reservoirs.
Within each field in Block 208, production will be from three different reservoirs, namely the TAGI oil reservoir and the RKF and Strunian gas-condensate reservoirs. Block 208 is located 90 km south of the Sonatrach/Anadarko-operated Hassi Berkine South (HBNS) oil field.