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    Petroleum Essay

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    Petroleum by Shivkiran Anil Nambiar! for Mr. Tony Burton Introduction to Petroleum Petroleum is a natural substance that occurs beneath the earth’s surface. Petroleum is made of decomposed organic substances and hydrocarbons of different atomic weights. ! Petroleum is the name commonly used for presenting both unprocessed crude oil and the products of petroleum that are made up of refined crude oil. ! As a fossil fuel, petroleum is constantly being formed naturally below our feet in the fossil

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    Petroleum Engineering

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    Petroleum Engineering As a petroleum engineer, one would have to apply their "technical skills and knowledge" to solve different challenges. They connect an area that lies just below the surface and top to bring oil and gas from a reservoir to the to where they need it to be. Their aim is always to work economically as well as safely. The diverse topics covered by petroleum engineering are closely related to the earth sciences. Petroleum engineering topics include economics, geology, geochemistry

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    Uses of Petroleum

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    Petroleum products are used widely in our everyday lives. They are used to power automobiles produce containers and to keep us warm. Petroleum, or crude oil is liquid composed of various organic chemicals. It is found in large quantities below the surface of Earth and is used as a fuel and as a raw material in the chemical industry. The word petroleum comes from the two Latin words “petro” and “leum” “petro” meaning rock and “leum” meaning oil. The chemical composition of all petroleum is principally

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    Petroleum Crisis

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    Petroleum Crisis Everyone wants appliances such as toasters, microwaves and fridges to be cheap even though they are rich, but what about the poor people or so called middle class. What will they do if the prices are too high to afford? Petroleum is something that we all need to go from place to place, anyways most of us do; four to five years ago, when I first came to Canada, the gas prices were quite low, but in the past 2-3 years, it is still increasing up to date. Prices of toasters and petroleum

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    Introduction of petroleum: Petroleum is otherwise known as crude oil. It occurs naturally beneath the earth. Petroleum is also meaning of rock oil. The term petroleum is a generic name applied to the deposits of oil materials. Petroleum occurs beneath the earth. It is a flammable liquid and mainly composed of various hydrocarbons and its average composition is c 80-87%, H 11-15%, S 0.1-4%, N and O 0.1-0.55. Formation of petroleum Petroleum is evident from chromatographic, spectroscopic

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    Petroleum and Its Origin

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    Petroleum and Its Origin Petroleum (derived from Latin petra - rock + Latin oleum – oil) is a naturally occurring, flammable liquid found in rock formations in the Earth consisting of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons of various molecular weights, plus other organic compounds.Thus, it is a long complex chain of hydrocarbons which carries a mixture of around 500 chemical compounds.Petroleum is often called as oil. Oil can be as thick as tar or can be as thin as water. HISTORY:- Petroleum

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    British Petroleum

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    British Petroleum What we know today as British Petroleum is the result of several companies being bought and sold over many years. One of the companies, Standard Oil Company was created in 1870 by John D. Rockefeller in Cleveland Ohio. By 1892, while still not selling gas products, Standard Oil companies was providing lubricating products to keeps parts on horse drawn wagons moving friction-free. One of the other companies, the Angelo-Persian Oil Company was formed in 1905. By 1908 they were

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    economically, “the resources and services of nature for the benefit of mankind”. Petroleum engineering is an engineering that has to do with the actions associated to the manufacture of hydrocarbons, which can be either crude oil or natural gas, and there is subsurface doings that believe to fall within the upstream sector of oil and gas industry that are happenings of finding and producing hydrocarbons. Petroleum is a logically stirring, non-renewable, liquid containing of a multifaceted combination

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    One of the most traded commodities in the world today is petroleum. What happens in the petroleum market affects many people’s lives because of the commodity’s such wide range of uses after it is refined. Some of the more well-known uses for petroleum products are as energy; “It is the most important source of energy, accounting for some 40.6 percent of primary energy consumption” (Cooper). However, those products are also used to make plastics and many other materials and chemical products. Many

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    Factors Affecting Petroleum Biodegradation Rates Favorable conditions for microbial growth and degradation of the pollutants require knowledge on the different factors affecting the rates of biodegradation. At optimal conditions, maximum biodegradation occurs. Among these factors are the physical and chemical characteristics of the contaminated material, and also the characteristics of the microorganisms to be used. Chemical Composition, Molecular Weight, and Solubility Hydrocarbon biodegradation

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