When the Trans Alaska Pipeline was constructed it was illegal to ship any of the oil from Alaska to other countries. Then during the Clinton Administration when oil was $8 a barrel, that law was changed. For 2 years Alyeska Pipeline Terminal shipped to Japan and South Korea a total of 5 times. They decided that this was not cost effective and now they no longer ship there. This was years ago. Now all the oil goes to refineries in Washington state, California and Hawaii. It provides most of the fuel in the Northwestern States. None of it leaves the country.
Crude oil is the raw form of oil mined from underground, not produced. Some places with alot of crude oil however are Alaska and Canada.
Crude oil and seafood.
just go go to energy for kids then go to nonrenewable than you will see oil or petroleum it will talk about crude oil.
Alaska is one of the largest producers of crude oil in North America.
Out to shore
Crude oil is transported to oil refineries which separate and react it into different products.
Yes if you go to any part of spain , there is crude oil (near the towns or city)
A crude oil pipeline from the North Slope oil fields at Prudhoe Bay to the Port of Valdez.
To reach an ice free port from which to export North Slope crude oil.
Crude IS oil.
Crude Oil is hydrocarbon and it is mixture of carbon and hydrogen.
Crude oil is crude..
Polymers are not made into crude oil. Crude oil is made into polymers.
dookey is in crude oil
Crude oil is a mixture
What other thing you can do with crude oil.
crude oil consists of thick oil
Yup! Crude Oil -> Crude Oil Vapour --> Diesel Oil --> Ethene --> Poly(ethene)
Crude oil mixed with condensate and NGL
Zero. A barrel or crude oil contains... crude oil.
go count them
crude oil isn't refined
Crude oil is inorganic.
yes crude oil is a colloid!
crude oil is ba