the liquid that separates from a vapor during condensation. ( 099)
The liquid formed by the condensation of a vapor or gas; specifically, the hydrocarbon liquid separated from natural gas because of changes in temperature and pressure when the gas from the reservoir was delivered to the surface separators. Condensate remains a liquid at atmospheric temperature and pressure.
A light hydrocarbon liquid derived from produced or separated gas, composed largely of methane, ethane, propane, butane and pentane.