Petroleum is distilled into a range of hydrocrabons for the production of fuels (gasoline, diesel, jet fuel), plastics, and various other chemical products.
Oil and Petroleum use is very efficient.
A important use of petroleum is to create gasoline or fuel that we use in our everyday lives.
Petroleum was turned into Kerosene for use in lanterns and stoves
because there is very less amount of petroleum stored in the earth so for further use we should use it sparingly.
Petroleum is a mixture of various useful constituents and cannot be used directly,so to use it we have to seperate petroleum by a method called fractional distillation of petroleum.
any job that employs the use of petroleum, petroleum based products.
The US does use it's own petroleum sources. It doesn't produce enough for it's own demands. Petroleum exported by the US is not in as high a demand within the US.
Usually Petroleum is use to manufacture gasoline for vehicles and such. Where as other forms are plastic and cooking fuel.
The petroleum industry used magnetic tape in geophysical exploration equipment
Yes petroleum can be separated by using: 1.Distillation 2.Evaporation
Petroleum jelly is poisonous to all house pets. Do not use petroleum-based products on a cat because he may become very sick.
The most recent use for petroleum before it was used in automobiles was for lighting in kerosene lamps. Petroleum in the form of tar from oil seeps in the ground were used in antiquity to seal boats and the roofs of houses.
creating gasoline and fuel
Most countries use petroleum (in cars) and natural gas (in cooking stoves).
Petroleum can decompose only by microorganisms that use it as a source of energy. It can also be transformed into compounds such as water and carbon dioxide.
Petroleum jelly is fantastic For soothing cracked, dry lips. It is also fantastic for rashes, cuts and grazes.
According to the CIA, the country of Guyana produces NOoil, therefore any petroleum use is imported oil.
Powering vehicles, including aircraft
May be we have to use CNG and LPG
The official reason is national security, so that the US petroleum reserve can be maintained for use in the case of war.