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Dozens of primary products from natural gas through asphalt. Some are:
  1. natural gas
  2. solvents
  3. gasoline
  4. diesel oil
  5. kerosene/jet fuel
  6. lubricating oils
  7. home heating oil
  8. vaseline
  9. paraffin
  10. axel grease
  11. bunker grade fuel oil
  12. asphalt
  13. etc.



There are also thousands of secondary products from the ubiquitous plastics to medicines to hydrogen gas.

Sometimes crude oil also contains helium gas, which separates in the natural gas fraction and must be extracted in another step.
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What products do you get out of a barrel of crude oil?

Every 42-gallon (159-liter) barrel of oil can be refined into 19.4 gallons (73 liters) of gas, 10.5 gallons (40 liters) of diesel, and 4.1 gallons (16 liters) of jet fuel,

What products are derived from crude oil?

Crude oil is feedstock for just about everything under the sun. When crude oil is refined, its various chemical parts are separated and some become gasoline, some lubricants,

Where do you find crude Oil?

Crude oil is found in the ground and is taken straight out of it.  Crude oil is formed from organic remains that has been in the  ground for a period of time.

How do you find crude oil?

it is made from tiny body's of sea organisms that once lived in the sea and were trapped under rocks and became oil

The production of plastic from crude oil?

By plastic, I believe you meant addition polymers. First of all, crude oil is an incredibly complex mixture of hydrocarbons. When these hydrocarbons are separated using fracti

What products is crude oil in?

Crude oil is not directly used in products, its fractions and derivatives of those fractions are.

How did people find crude oil?

I have included an excellent link. The geologist identifies the areas where hydrocarbons should exist from their understanding of regional trends. Existing wells provide vital