condensate

hydrocarbons which are in the gaseous state under reservoir conditions but which become liquid either in passage up the hole or at the surface.

Condensate

1.Liquid formed when warm landfill gas cools as it travels through a collection system. 2. Water created by cooling steam or water vapor.
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Condensate

A term used to describe light liquid hydrocarbons separated from crude oil after production and sold separately.
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condensate

water obtained by evaporation or a product that has changed from a gaseous or vaporous form to a liquid form.
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condensate

Liquid mixture of pentane and higher hydrocarbons.
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Condensate

Hydrocarbons which are in the gaseous state under reservoir conditions and which become liquid when temperature or pressure is reduced. A mixture of pentanes and higher hydrocarbons.
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Condensate

Con¬∑den'sate adjective [ Latin condensatus , past participle of condensare . See Condense , transitive verb ] Made dense; condensed. « Water . . . thickened or condensate . Peacham. »
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Condensate

• (v. t.) To condense. • (v. t.) Made dense; condensed.
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condensate

condensate 1. A product of condensation, as a liquid reduced from a gas or vapor. 2. Hydrocarbons that exist in gaseous form under reservoir conditions but which condense to a marketable liquid product when brought to the surface, either through natural differences in pressure and temperature or via a production process. 3. Any product of condens...
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Condensate

Condensed steam.
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condensate

condensate, matterin the form of a gas of atoms, molecules, or elementary particles that have been so chilled that their motion is virtually halted and as a consequence they lose their separate identities and merge into a single entity. A Bose-Einstein condensate, the fifth state of matter, is forme...
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condensate

water obtained by evaporation or a product that has changed from a gaseous or vaporous form to a liquid form.
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Condensate

Condensate, the liquid phase produced by the condensation of steam or any other gas
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Condensate

The liquid resulting when water vapor contacts a cool surface; also the liquid resulting when a vaporized working fluid (such as a refrigerant) is cooled or depressurized.
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