Chemical Engineering - Petroleum Refinery Engineering - Discussion

15. 

Casing head gasoline is the liquid

[A]. butane.
[B]. propane.
[C]. natural gas.
[D]. gasoline separated from wet natural gas by compression.

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

No answer description available for this question.

Anonymous said: (Mar 24, 2013)  
Drip gas is another name for natural-gas condensate, a naturally occurring form of gasoline found near many oil and natural gas wells, in natural gas pipelines, and as a byproduct of natural gas extraction. It is also known as "condensate", "natural gasoline", "casing head gas", "raw gas", "white gas" and "liquid gold". Drip gas is defined as consisting of butane, pentane, and hexane hydrocarbons.

Sanjeev Kumar said: (Apr 30, 2016)  
Casing head gasoline is the liquid hydrocarbons recovered from wet natural gas.

So, the answer must be option C) natural gas.

Tansingh said: (Jan 26, 2017)  
Option d is the correct answer.

Ani said: (Jul 3, 2017)  
(D) is correct answer.

Sujeet said: (Jul 14, 2017)  
Yes, D is correct.

Vijay Krishna said: (Aug 2, 2017)  
D is the correct answer.

Rajendra said: (Oct 15, 2017)  
Option D is correct.

Raj Kishor said: (Nov 19, 2017)  
How D is correct?

Mukesh Shakya said: (Jul 29, 2018)  
Option D is the right answer.

Satiesh Prajapati said: (Dec 21, 2018)  
Option D is the correct answer.

Abhik said: (Jan 10, 2019)  
Casing head gasoline is extracted by compressing the wet natural gas and then cooling the compressed vapour. So, the correct answer will be option "D".

Rajnish said: (May 5, 2020)  
Yes, Options (D) is correct.

Ramesh Vishawkarma said: (Jun 15, 2020)  
D is the right option.

Jasim Khan said: (Jul 7, 2020)  
D is the right answer.

K M Patel said: (Jul 10, 2020)  
Yes, D is the correct answer. I too agree.

Prasenjit Dutta said: (Sep 7, 2020)  
The Corect answer will be D.

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