Application of compact separators in development of nonconventional gas reservoirs.
Monika Cepil, Czesław Rybicki
Vol. 33, no. 2 (2016), s. 549-558, 
The installation to the collection and transport of gas in case of the evil conventional occupies a great many places. When we are meeting variable factors in time e.g. with the efficiency this we are in a position to propose installations smaller and divided into modules which in case of the reduction of the quantity of extracted gas would be able to to be deducted in the easy way or augmented of the existing installation. Economic aspects engaged searches of more effective installations to the cleaning and the drainage of gas. Already from the early 90s of the 20th century, the oil industry sacrificed many attention to methods of the separation. This permitted the discovery of such separators as Gas/Liquid Cylindrical-Cyclone (GLCC). In comparison with conventional, compact separators are easy in the installation and the service, require the small maintenance. The simplicity of the construction, smaller measurements and the balance GLCC provides savings of costs. In the paper authors will review solutions of compact separators and also the preliminary adaptation and the definition of measurements for given parameters of technological exploited of natural gas reservoirs.