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MARKETABLE GAS [1 record]

Record 1 2016-06-23

English

Subject field(s)
  • Natural Gas and Derivatives
  • Commercial Utilization (Oil and Natural Gas)
DEF

A mixture of methane originating from raw gas, if necessary through the processing of the raw gas from the removal or partial removal of some constituents, and which meets specifications for use as a domestic, commercial or industrial fuel or as an industrial raw material.

OBS

marketable natural gas: term standardized by Environment Canada and the Translation Bureau for use in the National Inventory Report.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Gaz naturel et dérivés
  • Exploitation commerciale (Pétrole et gaz naturel)
CONT

Les réserves [du Bassin sédimentaire de l'Ouest canadien (BSOC)] sont estimées à 4 000 km3 de gaz commercialisable (découvert et non découvert), ce qui représente environ les deux tiers des réserves de gaz du Canada.

OBS

gaz naturel marchand : terme normalisé par Environnement Canada et le Bureau de la traduction dans le cadre du Rapport d'inventaire national.

Spanish

Campo(s) temático(s)
  • Gas natural y derivados
  • Explotación comercial (Petróleo y gas natural)
DEF

Gas natural que después de ser separado, purificado o procesado, sea un gas principalmente constituído por gas metano, de una calidad generalmente aceptable para su comercialización como fuente de energía para el uso doméstico, industrial o comercial, o como materia prima industrial.

OBS

El gas natural comerciable, al licuarse, se le denomina gas natural licuado.

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