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Title: Fundamentals Of Water Vapor Measurement
Author: Thomas Ballard
Source: 2013 Appalachian Gas Measurement Short Course
Year Published: 2013
Abstract: Natural gas, as defined by ASTM, is a naturally occurring mixture of the hydrocarbons and inert gases. Before Natural Gas is processed, methane usually comprises over 80% of the mixture. Processing to pipeline quality creates a higher methane concentration by removing other naturally occurring components, which is desired for delivery to the burner tip. The next most common component of natural gas is ethane, which is typically stripped from mixture and used to produce petrochemicals. Following ethane, the next most common components are propane and butane