The natural form of oil is called crude oil. Oil is developed from once living organisms that were transformed over geologic time into hydrocarbons from heat and pressure as the organisms were being buried and lithified. Straight from the earth, crude oil contains hydrocarbons plus small amounts of oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, salt, water, and trace amounts of certain metals. Oil is found primarily in sedimentary rocks including limestone, sandstone, and shale. Crude oil is found in varying viscosities (thickness) depending on variabilities in the environment in which it was formed. The types and thickness of oil is determined by the number of carbon atoms that make up the hydrocarbon chain molecule. The more carbon atoms the thicker the oil. Oil refineries, using heating and distillation processes, break up long-chain hydrocarbons and separate crude oil into gasoline, diesel fuel, kerosene, lubricating oils, waxes and asphalt. After further processing at petrochemical plants, crude oil can be converted to fertilizer and plastics. Note that "bedrock" is the solid rock that underlies loose materials such as dirt, clay, sand, and gravel on the surface of the ground. Oil is ALWAYS found below bedrock. Oil cannot be found at any depth below about 30,000 feet. Large oil/gas discoveries have been found at just a few hundred feet in Appalachia, whereas offshore drilling prospects in say the gulf coast could reach depths of 20,000 feet or more. And this whole process of oil formation is classified into two, the biogenic process and abiogenic process. Biogenic meaning formation from decomposition of dead and decayed matter (organically formed), while Abiogenic is the formation from deposited minerals gotten from the earth itself (inorganically formed).
Its natural in pure form.
Oil in its natural form - is a liquid.
Oil and natural gas forms from the buried remains of living things. The remains take millions of years to change into oil and natural gas.
The gas form of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) is natural gas, that is, methane (CH4).
Oil natural gas
coal is made from heat and pressure but i dont kno natural gas
Only natural gas does.
Some oil riggers will use "pump gas" or what is known as pump runoff but the actual product crude oil is too unstable to use in its natural form .
yes, as they are fossil fuels.
Some are: coal, oil and natural gas. It took millions of years for them to form and if we use them up, there would not be enough time for them to form again.
Natural gas on top of the oil. Natural gas is less dense.
Crude Oil in a natural form has been around for millennia. James Young first refined kerosene from oil in 1859.
Energy, in the form of oil, gas, electricity, and uranium.
No, they take a lot, lot longer.
Oil and natural gas are fossil fuels.
Oil wasn't invented it is a natural substance that is made form decomposing fish bones and millions and millions of years of unthinkable pressure.
Most oil is natural, especially if it is not mineral oil. However it is possible to make a synthetic oil.
Natural gas is not made but harvest like all other form of petroleum. Natural gas occurred in the same way as petroleum, a sediment of biomass in presence of pressure and heat from geothermal breakdown the biomass to liquid oil and gas. Determination if the oil well would produce natural gas, oil or coal is provided in the link.
onan means oil natural air natural which means the oil is natural possible thin vegi oil and the cooling is done by natural air passing
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Coal, oil, and/or natural gas.
Oil and natural gas.
Yes, natural gas is a natural resource, just like, oil, coal and ores. Normally it requires some form of mining to extract it from the ground, process and distribute it.