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Title: Techniques Of Natural Gas Spot Sampling
Author: John T. Burford
Source: 2009 American School of Gas Measurement Technology
Year Published: 2009
Abstract: Collecting a representative sample of natural gas is important for several reasons, but arguably, the main goal of a sampling procedure will be to determine ultimately the value of the gas in question. Other important information that will be gained by analyzing a sample can include specific gravity, total gas composition, or the gass hydrocarbon dew point level. Gas samples can be gathered by three primary techniques spot sampling, continuous composite sampling, or continuous on-line analysis sampling systems. This paper is focused on examining the various spot sampling techniques that are currently available in the industry along with their proper implementation, in addition to the most suitable equipment to utilize