Crude Oil Excavation

Crude oil is found in pores of rocks and Earth’s surface as raw material, that is unprocessed hence should be extracted, processed and separated from its raw materials. Crude oil often called "black gold”, has ranging viscosity and depending on its hydrocarbon composition can vary in color to various shades of black and yellow. By distillation process the oil is heated and separated in different components. Energy Intelligence Group has stated that there exist nearly 200 varieties of crude oil. Lighter products, like butane and other LPG, gasoline, and naphtha are retrieved at the lowest temperatures. Products like jet fuel, kerosene, and distillates are included as mid-range. Sometimes the heaviest substances such as residual fuel oil are recovered at temperatures over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Origin
  • Oil Traps
  • Enhanced Recovery Techniques
  • Transportation Facilities
  • Refinery Sites

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