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Abstract

A gas condensate pipeline transports gas from an onshore Gas/Oil Separation Plant (GOSP) to a Processing Gas Plant. Gas<br>that flows into the pipeline is transported directly from the GOSP’s separator after compression without any further<br>dehydration process. As the gas temperature inside the pipeline begins to drop, water and condensate drop out from the gas.<br>The pipeline is flowing at a rate lower than its desired flow rate. Significant liquids (condensate and water) are accumulated<br>in the pipeline due to the low flow rate.

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2009-12-07
2021-01-20
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