How Petrochemical Products Are Made

March 1, 2013

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Petrochemicals are created from hydrocarbons. Hydrocarbons are important fossil fuels to multiple arenas within energy consumption and include natural gas which runs some heating elements and transportation, petroleum which is used for powering most automobiles, and coal which is used for a variety of important energy purposes throughout the world. These hydrocarbons also have significant direct derivatives such as plastics, solvents, oils, and paraffin and other waxes.

Petrochemical products, used in the production of petrochemical commodities, are made from hydrocarbon feedstock’s. These feedstock’s go through numerous different processes to reach the end resulting commodities that meet the demands of GCC countries and other countries around the world. The main process for converting hydrocarbons to petrochemicals and petrochemicals into commodities occurs as: the conversion of crude oil and natural gas—the building blocks of petrochemicals—into intermediates, which are then converted into resins and plastics which can be moulded or otherwise used to create thousands of consumer products (Petrochem 2013).

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