Condensate is a natural gas liquid with low vapour pressure, produced from a reservoir with high pressure and temperature. Condensate will separate naturally in a pipeline or separation plant through the normal process of condensation. Can refer to any mixture of relatively light Hydrocarbons which remain liquid at normal temperature and pressure. There will be some propane and butane dissolved in it. Unlike Crude Oil, it contains little or none of the heavy hydrocarbons which constitute heavy fuel oil. There are three main sources of condensate: a) The liquid hydrocarbons which are produced from a gas/condensate reservoir. These may be only slightly distinguishable from a light stabilised crude oil. b) The liquid hydrocarbons which are recovered at the surface from non-associated gas. c) The liquid hydrocarbons which are separated out when raw gas is treated. This condensate typically consists of C5 to C8.