By: k5 | posted in Blog-none |
Date: June 3rd, 2010
The most common types of petroleum are fuel oil, ethane, diesel fuel, gasoline, just fuel, kerosene, tar and natural gas.
All types of petroleum are byproduct of organic materials such as plants and animals combine with chemical reactions over millions of years.
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