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Pipeline quality natural gas The term 'Pipeline quality natural gas' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' A mixture of hydrocarbon compounds existing in the gaseous phase with sufficient energy content, generally above 900 British thermal units, and a small enough share of impurities for transport through commercial gaspipelines and sale to end-users'.
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