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SKU: GRI-98/0364.2
Chemical Composition of Discovered and Undiscovered Natural Gas in the Continental United States - 1998 Update, Project Summary

The database, originally developed in 1990 and updated in 1993, was augmented with an additional 5000 gas samples from government and industry. The study indicates that 41 percent of raw, non-associated reserves and 34 percent of non-associated production is subquality.
Document Type
Report
Report Type
Topical Report
Report Period
09/97 - 05/99
Corporate Source
Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc., Arlington, VA
Sponsor
Gas Research Institute, Chicago, IL
Pagination
58p
Product Media
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Summary:
Knowing the gas composition of natural gas at the well head plays a key role in determining the overall production economics of the gas. The cost of bringing the gas to pipeline specification must be considered in the overall cost of delivering the gas to the market. The GRI Gas Composition Database has been updated and improved to link wellhead gas composition data to 1996 annual production, estimated, reserves, and undiscovered gas resources of the Lower-48 states. The database, originally developed in 1990 and updated in 1993, was augmented with an additional 5000 gas samples from government and industry. The study indicates that 41 percent of raw, non-associated reserves and 34 percent of non-associated production is "subquality" using the following criteria: four percent or more nitrogen, two percent or more carbon dioxide, or four parts per million or more hydrogen sulfide. An estimated 29 percent of undiscovered gas resources is expected to be low quality. Regional and other summary information from the study is contained in this report.
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