Crude oil

Condensate

condensate product list Condensate products in a subterranean formation may not flow through the subterranean formation to the location of a recovery well. Although the hydrocarbons may be poorly flowing for different reasons, frequently, gas injection aids the recovery of these poorly flowing hydrocarbons. A hydrocarbon may be too viscous to flow in the subterranean formation, for …

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LPG

LPG The process provided by this invention can produce high yields of LPG rich in propylene and butylenes, meanwhile produce high yield of gasoline which has enhanced antiknocking ability and stability; and also produce diesel fraction, its quality is compatible to that produced by conventional fluid catalytic cracking process. Riser pilot plant results show the yields(based on …

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Gasoline

  Gasoline Gasoline is a mixture of hydrocarbon chain molecules with between around 6 to 10 carbons atoms, in a bell curve centered around 8 carbon atoms (octanes). All those molecules aren’t just straight carbon chains. Instead, they’re in all sorts of configurations (isomers), which results in the gasoline behaving differently depending on its particular mixture …

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Naphtha

Naphtha Naphtha is a general term that has been used for over two thousand years to refer to flammable liquid hydrocarbon mixtures. Mixtures labeled naphtha have been produced from natural gas condensates, petroleum distillates, and the distillation of coal tar and peat. It is used diversely in different industries and regions to refer to gross products like crude or refined products such as kerosene.   …

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Gasoil

gasoil Gasoil sits within the diesel fuel family, of which there are two primary types:  White gasoil White diesel is what is usually referred to as gasoil because of its use in automotive vehicles such as cars. Red gasoil Both red and white diesel are indistinguishable in their chemical form, however red diesel has had a red dye …

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Fuel oil

  fuel oil CST 280 and 380 Fuel oils and other middle distillate petroleum fuel oil, e.g. fuel oil , contain small amounts of hydrocarbon waxes which tend to precipitate in large interlocking crystals at low temperatures. These hydrocarbon waxes are largely normal paraffin. This interlocking of the crystals sets up a gel structure which causes …

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Crude oil

How to buy Crude Oil from ATDM 1- crude oil will be sold only to end users including refiners or oil companies who are in possess a valid and unconditional processing and/or sale agreement with one of the bonafide and active oil refiners. 2- The applicant must be a reputable oil company having appropriate business and financial …

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