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Fundamentals of Natural Gas Processing explores the natural gas industry from the wellhead to the marketplace. This book discusses the advantages, limitations, and ranges of applicability of major gas plant processes to provide an understanding of their selection and integration into the overall gas plant. It covers such topics as field operations, inlet receiving, compression, dehydration, hydrocarbon recovery, nitrogen rejection, liquids processing, sulfur recovery, and liquefied natural gas. It also includes a glossary of gas processing terminology and an appendix on thermophysical properties. This text is ideal for engineers new to the natural gas industry and students of chemical or mechanical engineering.