Ion Chromatography for Determining Chloride Contents in Gas, Water and Condensate Samples from Gas-Condensate Reservoir

Ion Chromatography for Determining Chloride Contents in Gas, Water and Condensate Samples from Gas-Condensate Reservoir

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Author(s): Ashraf Yehia El-Naggar

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Abstract

The minor and trace amounts of chloride content in nine samples of natural gas, water and condensate were quantitatively determined via ion chromatography(IC). The selected samples were collected from Egyptian Western Desert gas-condensate reservoir with the aim of studying the field analysis procedure and the performance of the gas plant. IC gives an accurate determination of chloride content in the gas production process in order to contribute in the knowledge of technologies used for chloride removal to produce high-quality natural gas and hydrocarbon liquids. This study is based on the analysis and evaluation of chloride ions present in gas and liquid samples obtained from different stages of field-processing operations.

Keywords

Chloride content, Natural gas, Water, Condensate, Ion Chromatography, Egyptian gas plants and Chloride content

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