Definition of condensate
: a product of condensation; especially : a liquid obtained by condensation of a gas or vapor steam condensate
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Another Hilcorp platform, Anna, lost 3 gallons of natural gas condensate in April, causing sheens on the Inlet and prompting a brief oil production shutdown.
A small hole is cut through the wall to run the refrigerant lines, condensate drain, power, and control cables to and from the central outdoor unit.
Abu Dhabi’s Adnoc and Dubai refiner Emirates National Oil Co. are both users of Qatar’s condensate, the traders said.
Less than a barrel of gas condensate was released Tuesday near the site of St. Vrain Valley School District’s new elementary school in Frederick, school and energy officials confirmed Friday.
At 3:53 a.m. the condensate and feed pump failed, shutting down the steam turbine in a building behind the reactor container.
Condensate, oil and other natural gas liquids will grow to 470,000 barrels a day from 250,000 barrels, as development proceeds in liquids-rich areas of northern British Columbia, Heritage/Tower, Elmworth and Kakwa, the industry researcher said.
Primarily, scientists want to study an exotic form of matter called Bose-Einstein condensates.
They were inspired by scientists at the Israel Institute of Technology who, while searching for Hawking radiation, recently created an acoustic black hole using Bose-Einstein condensates.
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