Condensate-Natural Gas Condensate
Gas condensate is mostly composed of pentane and heavier hydrocarbons (+ C5) and depending on its harvesting position can contain sulfur and salt and is usually free of metals and about half of it is naphtha.
Unlike butane and propane, gas condensates do not require special conditions to remain liquid and can be converted to diesel, gasoline, kerosene, jet fuel, etc. in various ways. Compared to crude oil refinery, in gas condensate refinery, conversion and refining processes are less, so its investment cost is less than the investment cost of crude oil refinery.
The specific calorific value of each liter of gas condensate is about 32706 BTU, which is approximately equal to the heat value of 826 /. Cubic meters of natural gas is the first national pipeline; Therefore, this product is of considerable importance for export due to its high calorific value. In such a way that its export can return the initial investment cost of a gas refinery in a short period of time, provided that it has the desired technical characteristics.