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Title: Gas Regulation And Blending
Author: Harold A. Brown
Source: 1945 Southwestern Gas Measurement Short Course (Now called ISHM)
Year Published: 1945
Abstract: Regulation of gas starts from the minute it reaches the surface of the earth, usually by means of Gate Valves. The gas travels on through more regulation by means of choke valves, usually through an oil and gas separator, or stock tank, through a back pressure regulating or field gathering system on into the natural gasoline plant. At this point, it is guided by means of a series of reducing back pressure, flow, and temperature regulators, through scrubbing compression, cooling: absorption heating, and stripping then out of the natural gasoline plant in the form of residue gas. This residue gas is then carried through a transportation system for distribution where further regulation is required.