Louisiana has what rank in crude oil production?
They rank #4 behind Texas, Alaska, and California respectively. However, federal offshore production is technically #1 with about 500mil barrels of oil produced per year.
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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) o…f jet fuel, not to mention lots of other marketable stuff. . Every 42-US-gallon barrel of crude provides a little more than 44 gallons of petroleum products. This is gained due to processing of crude. From one barrel we get (in gallons): . 7.27 gallons (27.5 liters): Other products (feedstocks for petrochemical plants, asphalt, bitumen, tar, etc.) . 1.72 gallons (6.5 liters): Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG) . 3.82 gallons (14.5 liters): Jet Fuel . 1.76 gallons (6.6 liters): Heavy Fuel Oil (Residual) . 1.75 gallons (6.6 liters): Other Distillates (Heating Oil) . 9.21 gallons (35 liters): Diesel . 19.15 gallons (72.5 liters): Gasoline From petrochemical feedstocks many everyday-life products are then obtained. Some examples are: . fertilizers for agriculture . plastic toys and gadgets (bags, computer cases, etc.) . bubble gums . car tires . perfumes . petroleum jelly . ammonia . washing liquids If I know correctly then, 1 Oil barrel = 42 US gallons which in turn = 158.9873 litres, which is approximately 159 litres. Answer On average 20 gallons of gas per barrel. See the California web site: www.energy.ca.gov/gasoline/what's in a barrel 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, …some asphalt, and others the raw materials for plastics and rubber and many more things. Here are some examples of what can be obtained from petroleum (crude oil, natural gas, and/or viscous or solid forms): Fuels - like gasoline, diesel, propane (many people use propane to heat their homes), heating oil Heavy bottoms - like asphalt, bitumen, tar Petrochemicals - used as a feedstock for many everyday products: * plastic gadgets, tools, bags, toys * candles * clothing (polyester, nylon) * hand lotions * petroleum jelly * perfume * dishwashing liquids * ink * bubble gums * car tires * ammonia * heart valves * and many more ---- Crude oil is refined and used to make all these products: * Ethane and other short-chain alkanes which are used as fuel * Diesel * Fuel oils * Petrol * Jet fuel * Kerosene * Liquid petroleum gas (LPG) * Natural gas * Alkenes (olefins) which can be manufactured into plastics or other compounds * Lubricants (produces light machine oils, motor oils, and greases, adding viscosity stabilizers as required). * Wax, used in the packaging of frozen foods, among others. * Sulfur or Sulfuric acid. These are a useful industrial materials. Sulfuric acid is usually prepared as the acid precursor oleum, a byproduct of sulfur removal from fuels. * Bulk tar. * Asphalt * Petroleum coke, used in speciality carbon products or as solid fuel. * Paraffin wax * Aromatic petrochemicals to be used as precursors in other chemical production. Use the links below to learn more.
Ink . Crayons . Bubble gum . Dishwashing liquids . Deodorant . Eyeglasses . CDs and DVDs . Tires . Ammonia . Heart valves
See the link below Pretty much any product that ends in -ine (gasoline), -ane (propane), or -ene (kerosene), along with diesel fuel and many plastics. These substances are r…eferred to as petroleum distillates if you'd like to learn more. gasoline,airplane fuel,fibers for clothing,detergents,motor oil and other lubricants, asphalt for roads, and natural gas The refined products of crude oil are: 1)Petroleum gas. 2)Naphtha. 3)Kerosene oil. 3)Diesel Oil. 4)Lubricating oil. 5)Mobil oil. 6)Bitumen. 7)Petrol. The products of the refined products include; 1) Cosmetics. 2) Tires. 3) Plastics. 4) Paints. 5) Rubber (synthetic). 6) Glue. 7) Drugs. 8) Detergents. 9) Pesticides. 10) Petrol additives. We do not know who or what they are. You didn't say.
they are used to make fuels like petroleum and diesel fuel,jet fuel,natural gas.. and then they are used to make plastics and asphalt.
Petrocemicals gas, oils, lubs etc. Paints,Building,Cosmetic,Medicine plastics, water bottles that sell for $15per
too numerous to list here but try plastics fuels even medecine and food stuff
Asphalt . Bunker Grade Fuel Oil . Fuel Oil . Grease . Motor Oil . Kerosene . Jet Fuel . Diesel Oil . Gasoline (Petrol in England) . Machine oil . Cutting Oil . Gase…ous Products Was that enough? Thats just from fractional distillation, and there are some I know I missed there. Indirect products (after chemical processing) include: . plastics . synthetic rubber . synthetic fabrics . pharmaceuticals . paints . adhesives . etc.
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…onal distillation, different alkanes are obtained. When these long-chain alkanes are cracked(process of breaking down the alkanes into smaller hydrocarbons), alkenes (unsaturated hydrocarbons with one more double-bonds) are generally obtained in significant quantities. When these alkenes are put together at around 250 degrees Celsius and at a high pressure of around 2000 atmospheres, the respective addition polymer is formed.
Crude oil is not directly used in products, its fractions and derivatives of those fractions are.
yes only if you delidrately put harmfull chemicals into it.
plastic is made from crude oil.
it is made out of gasoline and umm yah gasoline for cars umm fuel for jets another things of motors so yah pretty much anything that has to do with like gas ha yah