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Nitrogen is a non-hydrocarbon inert gas used for a variety of functions in the drilling, workover and production phases of oil and gas wells and a key technology in deliquefying gas lift wells. Liquid build-up in producing wells is a problem that can impair gas rates and ultimate recovery. For example, when natural gas flows to the surface in a producing gas well, the gas carries liquids to the surface if the velocity of the gas is high enough. A high gas velocity results in a mist flow pattern in which fluids are finely dispersed in the gas. As the gas velocity in the production tubing drops with time, the velocity of the liquids carried by the gas declines even faster. If not checked, this decline could result in a completely dead well. Please share any pertinent well data with our team and we will have an expert respond immediately.