Enter your email address below and the reference for this document will be sent to shortly from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Title: Mass Measurement Of Natural Gas Liquid Mixtures
Author: Gerald C. Armstrong
Source: 1993 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 1993
Abstract: Virtually all hydrocarbons are bought and sold by volume. That is, gallons, barrels, liters, cubic feet, etc. This is true for Natural Gas Liquids, too, but variations in component makeup make it difficult to measure them using the conventional volumetric methods. Mass Measurement is more accurate for NGLs. The mass can then be converted to volume for commercial transactions-