Table of contents for Natural gas : a basic handbook / James G. Speight.

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CONTENTS
PREFACE
PART I: ORIGIN AND PROPERTIES
Chapter 1: History and Uses
	Introduction
	History
	Composition and Properties
	Reservoirs
	Conventional Gas
 	Associated Gas
 	Non-Associated Gas
	Unconventional Gas
 	Coal-Bed Methane
 	Tight Shale Gas
 	Gas Hydrates
	Reserves
	Uses
	Natural Gas Regulation
 	Historical Aspects
 	Federal Regulation of the Industry
	Natural Gas and the Environment
	References
CONTENTS
PREFACE
PART I: ORIGIN AND PROPERTIES
Chapter 1: History and Uses
	Introduction
	History
	Composition and Properties
	Reservoirs
	Conventional Gas
 	Associated Gas
 	Non-Associated Gas
	Unconventional Gas
 	Coal-Bed Methane
 	Tight Shale Gas
 	Gas Hydrates
	Reserves
	Uses
	Natural Gas Regulation
 	Historical Aspects
 	Federal Regulation of the Industry
	Natural Gas and the Environment
	References
Chapter 2: Origin and Production
	Origin
	Exploration
 	Geological Survey
 	Seismic Survey
 	Magnetometers
 	Logging
	Reservoirs and Production
 	Natural Gas Reservoirs
 	Petroleum Reservoirs
 Production
 	Well Completion
 	The Wellhead
 	Natural Gas Production
 	Well Treatment
 References
Chapter 3: Composition and Properties
	Composition	
	Properties
 	Density
 	Heat of Combustion (Energy Content)
 	Measurement
 	Volatility, Flammability, and Explosive Properties
 	Behavior
 	Compression and Expansion
 	Liquefied Natural Gas
 	Environmental Properties
	References
Chapter 4: Recovery, Storage, and Transportation
	Recovery
	Storage
 	Depleted Gas Reservoirs
 	Aquifers
 	Salt Caverns
	Transportation
 	Pipelines
 	Liquefied Natural Gas
 	Liquefied Petroleum Gas
 	Compressed Natural Gas
 	Gas-to-Solid
 	Gas-to-Power
 	Gas-to-Liquids
 	Gas-to-Commodity
	References
PART II: GAS PROCESSING
Chapter 5: History of Gas Processing
	Coal Gas
	Natural Gas
 References
Chapter 6: Process Classification
	Water Removal
	Liquids Removal
 	Absorption
 	Cryogenic Expander Process
 	Membrane Processes
	Nitrogen Removal
	Acid Gas Removal
 	Olamine Processes
 	Carbonate and Water-Washing Processes
 	Metal Oxide Processes
 	Catalytic Oxidation Processes
 	Molecular Sieve Processes
	Fractionation
	Hydrogen Sulfide Conversion
	References
Chapter 7: Processes
	Olamine Processes
 	Girdler Process
 	Flexsorb Process
	Physical Solvent Processes
 	Rectisol Process
 	Sulfinol Process
	Metal Oxide Processes
 	Iron Sponge Process
 	Other Processes
	Methanol-Based Processes
	Carbonate-Washing and Water-Washing Processes
	Sulfur Recovery Processes
 	Claus Process
 	Redox Process
 	Wet Oxidation Processes
 	Tail-Gas Treating Processes
 	Hydrogenation and Hydrolysis Processes
	Process Selection
	References 
Chapter 8: Emissions Control and Environmental Aspects
	Greenhouse Gas Emissions
	Air Pollutants and Greenhouse Gases
	Emissions During Production and Delivery
	Gas Processing
	Combustion
	Industrial Emissions
	Smog and Acid Rain
	References
Conversion Tables
Glossary
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Natural gas.