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Drip gas
also called "natural gasoline

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  1. a naturally occurring form of gasoline found near many oil and natural gas wells, in natural gas pipelines, and as a byproduct of natural gas extraction

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  2. " "casing head gas," "raw gas," "white gas," and "liquid gold." Drip gas has industrial uses as a cleaner and solvent, and as a denaturing additive for fuel alcohol

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  3. Beginning in the Great Depression, drip gas was used as a replacement for commercial gasoline by people in oil-producing areas. "In the days of simple engines in automobiles and farm tractors it was not uncommon for anyone having access to a condensa

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  4. Under the United States Code of Federal Regulations, drip gas consists of butane, pentane, and hexane hydrocarbons

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  5. Within set ranges of distillation, drip gas may be extracted and added to fuel alcohol to denature it--in other words, to make it unfit to drink

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