The measurement of natural gas liquids (NGL) is similar in many respects to that of other hydrocarbon liquids but is markedly different in other aspects. The main difference in NGL measurement is the need to properly address the effects of solution mixing. Measuring NGL by mass measurement techniques will properly address solution mixing effects because the mass measurement processes not sensitive to the effect that pressure temperature and solution mixing have on the fluid measure.
Fundamentals of Natural Gas Liquid Measurement
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