The command of complex flows with heavy media

Natural gas condensate is a mixture of hydrocarbon fluids of low density that are present as gaseous components in raw natural gas, which is produced from natural gas fields. It condensates from the raw gas. The natural gas condensate is designated as condensate or gas condensate - or sometimes natural gas - because it contains hydrocarbons within the boiling range of the fuel.

Raw natural gas can originate from three types of gas wells: First of all, crude oil wells out - the raw natural gas that comes from the crude oil wells can exist separately from the crude oil in the formation or can dissolve in the crude oil and is also referred to as associated gas. Secondly, dry gas wells - these wells normally produce only raw natural gas that contains no hydrocarbon liquids. Such gas is called non-associated gas. And thirdly, condensate wells - these wells produce raw natural gas together with natural gas liquids. Such gas is also non-associated gas and is frequently called wet gas.

Conveying natural gas from these different types of wells requires a very high level of technical expertise and sound practical experience. And it requires pumps and systems like the ones Bornemann offers.