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Abstract

The State of Qatar is rapidly expanding to capture almost one-third of the world’s LNG market. By 2010, LNG exports from<br>the State of Qatar are projected to reach 77 million tonnes per annum. In addition to the LNG production, there will be a<br>sizeable quantity of by-products – condensate, propane, butane, and sulfur – as a result of the LNG production. These byproducts<br>are expected to reach production rates of approximately 80,000 m3per day (500,000 barrels per day) of condensate,<br>20,000 tonnes per day of propane, 13,000 tonnes per day of butane, and 12,000 tonnes per day of sulfur.

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2009-12-07
2022-05-29
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