A mixture of hydrocarbons, mostly pentanes and heavier, extracted from natural gas, which meets vapor pressure and other specifications.
Liquid removed from natural gas by absorption or refrigeration and containing hydrocarbons heavier than butane.
Those liquid hydrocarbon mixtures containing substantial quantities of pentane and heavier hydrocarbons which have been extracted from natural gas.
A mixture of liquids extracted from natural gas and suitable for blending with ordinary oil-derived gasoline.
the liquid hydrocarbons recovered from wet natural gas, i.e., casinghead gasoline.
A liquid similar to motor fuel recovered as drip gasoline or produced in natural gasoline plants, but generally having a lower octane number and being more volatile than commercial motor fuel
Gasoline manufactured from casinghead gas or from any natural gas.
The pentanes-and-heavier fraction produced by processing wet gas in an LNG or LPG plant. Such materials can substitute for paraffinic naphthas in a number of uses including, depending on the qualities of individual streams, gasoline blending and steam cracker feedstock.