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ISO 6975

2nd Edition, April 1, 1997

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Natural Gas - Extended Analysis - Gas-Chromatographic Method



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Description / Abstract:

This International Standard describes the specifications for the quantitative analysis of the following components of natural gas:

helium

hydrogen

argon

oxygen .

nitrogen

carbon dioxide

saturated hydrocarbons from C1 to C5

hydrocarbon fractions from C6 upwards

aromatic compounds as benzene and toluene

This method is not intended for the determination of oxygen compounds (water vapour, methanol, glycols) or sulfur compounds.

It is not possible to make unambiguous identifications of hydrocarbons above Ca. Even where "spiking" a gas mixture with known components shows where they elute, it cannot be stated with certainty that such a component is the only one with that retention time. Unidentified components are classified according to the carbon number which the analysis indicates to be appropriate. While this is a necessary simplification, it does allow a reasonable quantitative value to be obtained.

This method is intended for use in situations where the hexanes plus compositional breakdown and/or the complete analysis is desired.

The method is not intended for dense phase gases whose pressure exceeds the cricondebar (critical condensation pressure), or for gas samples containing any measurable hydrocarbon condensate, liquid water or process fluid such as methanol or glycols (see ISO 6570-I and ISO 10715).

Gases which have been treated for transmission are unlikely to contain detectable levels of hydrocarbons above C12. Samples taken from nearer the well head, before the gas has reached gas treatment plants, may contain hydrocarbons to C16 or above.
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