The cricondentherm temperature is the highest dew point temperature seen on a liquid-vapor curve for a specific gas composition over a range of pressure, e.g. 200-1400 psia. When you look at a hydrocarbon gas dew point temperature curve (phase envelope,) the curve bends with pressure. Shown below is a dew point curve, after conditioning, for a south Texas gas analysis. The transporting pipeline requires a 20°F cricondentherm temperature. At the time this sample was taken, the cold separator on the gas conditioning equipment was operating at 9°F and 875 psig.