wet gas


Also found in: Wikipedia.

wet gas

[′wet ′gas]
(materials)
Natural gas produced along with crude petroleum in oil fields or from gas-condensate fields; in addition to methane, it contains ethane, propane, butanes, and some higher hydrocarbons, such as pentane and hexane.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
In 2010, the two parties signed an agreement that P and ID would build a state-of-the art gas processing plant that would convert wet gas to dry gas and supply same to the national grid at no cost to the country, while the Federal Government would lay all the pipelines and supply gas to the plant.
Encino has agreed to acquire a large wet gas asset base in the Utica basin, with over 900,000 net acres, 300,000 of which the company considers to be core.
The Redcliff system serves producers across more than 57,000 dedicated acres in the volatile oil, condensate and wet gas windows of the highly economic STACK play.
According to the company, the Redcliff system serves producers across more than 57,000 dedicated acres in the volatile oil, condensate and wet gas windows of the highly economic STACK play.
The Shirley-Pennsboro System gathers and transports gas in the core wet gas region of the Marcellus Shale in West Virginia across Doddridge, Tyler, Ritchie, and Pleasant counties and currently has approximately 180m cubic feet equivalent per day of flowing production.
The scope of work for the offshore package includes: * three unmanned offshore wellhead platforms * riser tower platforms * power supply to existing offshore platforms * subsea intrafield pipelines * two 34-inch, 72-kilometre-long wet gas pipelines running to the shore * two 28-inch intrafield pipelines of six kilometres and nine kilometres * two 34-inch onshore gas export pipelines to the inlet gas reception facilities Contractors expect Barzan to develop the 6.2 billion cubic feet per day (cfd) structure in three phases.
Solartron ISA, a manufacturer of wet gas flow meters for topside and subsea applications, has rebranded its Dualstream family of wet gas flow meters to simplify the process of choosing the correct gas flow meter for a particular application.
Sulphur dioxide that currently goes up the superstack from the converters will be captured in a new wet gas cleaning plant, sent to the acid plant, converted to sulphuric acid and sold.
* Monaca and Crafton, Pa.: covering western Pennsylvania and the wet gas sections of the Marcellus.
This block contains about 120 BCM (4.24 TCF) of wet gas reserves and has the potential to produce 400 MCF/d.
Known as "wet gas" because it contains higher concentrations of liquids such as ethane and butane, the unprocessed gas is prone to freezing in cold weather and, in rare cases, can corrode appliances, causing them to misfire and potentially emit carbon monoxide, according to documents filed with the Texas Railroad Commission.