light hydrocarbons are referred to as gasoline hydrocarbons with the boiling range less than 200℃, or C5–10 alkanes including some gas-associated condensate oil and light oil.
what is a light hydrocarbon?
Hydrocarbons with low molecular weight such as methane, ethane, propane and ethane are termed as light hydrocarbons (LHs). Light hydrocarbons are the largest petroleum fraction which in between Cl and C9. They are catagenic products, formed between 75 and 140°C.