Gasoline is a fuel made from crude oil and other petroleum liquids. Gasoline is mainly used as an engine fuel in vehicles. Petroleum refineries and blending facilities produce motor gasoline for sale at retail gasoline fueling stations. Gasoline varies by grade Three main grades of gasoline are sold at retail gasoline refueling stations: Regular Midgrade Continue Reading
One of the most important and key intermediate products of the crude oil refining industry is the Naphtha Cutting. This product is used as feed in petroleum refining units such as steam crackers, catalytic conversion and isomerization. Naphtha types are manufactured and supplied in refinery processes. Naphtha consists of hydrocarbons having 1 to 2 carbon Continue Reading
It is a kind of bitumen, which is produced during the process of oxidation of vacuum bottom (the feedstock that is derived from distillation tower in vacuum oil refineries) at bitumen production units, in a manner to set the penetration (hardness of bitumen) point between 80 to 100.