By Keith Hall, published in gasworld magazine2016-09-07T00:00:00
The composition of natural gas varies with the locality of the gas wells from which it was produced. After removing the water, carbon dioxide and any hydrogen sulfide (H2S) – if any is contained in the gas supply – all natural gas remains a mixture of largely methane, with some ...
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