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Executive Directory Of Petroleum Industry

Executive Directory of the Petroleum Industry allows you to target individuals that work in the petroleum industry. Petroleum is sent to a refinery where it is physically, thermally, and chemically separated into fractions and then converted into finished products. Approximately 90 percent of these products are fuels such as gasoline, aviation fuels, distillate and residual oil, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), coke, and kerosene. Refineries also produce non-fuel products, including petrochemicals, asphalt, road oil, lubricants, solvents, and wax. Petrochemicals (ethylene, propylene, benzene, and others) are shipped to chemical plants, where they are used to manufacture chemicals and plastics.

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Executive Directory of the Petroleum Industry allows you to target individuals that work in the petroleum industry. Petroleum is sent to a refinery where it is physically, thermally, and chemically separated into fractions and then converted into finished products. Approximately 90 percent of these products are fuels such as gasoline, aviation fuels, distillate and residual oil, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), coke, and kerosene. Refineries also produce non-fuel products, including petrochemicals, asphalt, road oil, lubricants, solvents, and wax. Petrochemicals (ethylene, propylene, benzene, and others) are shipped to chemical plants, where they are used to manufacture chemicals and plastics.

 

 

The oil and gas extraction segment produces the petroleum and natural gas that heat homes, fuel cars, and power factories. Petroleum products are also the raw materials for plastics, chemicals, medicines, fertilizers, and synthetic fibers. Petroleum, commonly called crude oil or just oil, is a liquid formed underground from the decay of plants and animals over millions of years under extreme heat and pressure. Similar processes also produce natural gas, which can be found mixed with oil or in separate deposits. Finding and extracting the oil and gas in these pockets is the primary function of the petroleum industry. Using a variety of methods, on land and at sea, small crews of specialized workers search for geologic formations that are likely to contain pockets of oil or gas. Sophisticated equipment and advanced computer technology have increased the productivity of exploration. Maps of potential deposits now are made using remote-sensing satellites. Seismic prospecting—a technique based on measuring the time it takes sound waves to travel through underground formations and return to the surface—has revolutionized oil and gas exploration. Computers and advanced software analyze seismic data to provide three-dimensional models of subsurface rock formations.

 

 

Drilling is used to reach the oil or gas, extraction begins as natural pressure forces the oil or gas up through the drill hole to the wellhead, where it enters separation and storage tanks. The recovered oil is transported to refineries by pipeline, ship, barge, truck, or railroad. Natural gas usually is transported to processing plants by pipeline. While oil refineries may be many thousands of miles away from the producing fields, gas processing plants typically are near the fields, so that impurities—water, sulfur, and natural gas liquids—can be removed before the gas is piped to customers.

 

 

Individuals in the Petroleum Industry have a grade 12 education, college and/or university degree in mathematics, science and computer science. They are proficient in reading, writing, speaking and listening, comprehensive problem solving and decision making skills. They have planning and organizational skills, are computer literate.

 

 

 

Individuals in the Petroleum Industry accumulator units, acidizing equipment, anchor chains, barges, batteries, bearings, blowers, boats, brakes, casing tools, cementing units, clamps, compressors, computers, computer software, conveyor belts, coveralls, cranes, downhole equipment, drill bits, drill pipes, drilling rigs, ear muffs and plugs, electrical equipment, emergency radios, envelopes, finance and accounting forms, firefighting equipment, first aid kits, flashlights, fork lifts, gear boxes, generators, hard hats, hoists, hoses, HVAC, kelly bushings, manila files, manila folders, masts, mooring equipment, mouse pads, mud monitoring systems, mud systems, office supplies, offshore rigs, oilfield equipment, pipelines, printers, pumps, reflectors, safety vests, safety work boots, sand sample envelopes, sand sample cartons, shale shakers, subsea equipment, tanks, tongs, tubing, vacuum systems, valves and fittings, welding equipment, well service equipment, well controls, well logs, winches, work gloves.

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  • Bus/Industry Type   ($10.00/M)
    Oil & Gas Producers 		
    Gas Boosters 		
    Oil Companies 		
    Oil & Gas-Production 		
    Oil Operators 		
    Oil Crude 		
    Natural Gas Liquids 		
    Contractors-Oil Field 		
    Oil Well Drilling 		
    Gas Well Drilling 		
    Oil Well Directional Drilling 		
    Drilling-Diamond Core 		
    Drilling Companies 		
    Drilling-Oil & Gas Wells 		
    Seismograph Service 		
    Oil Reports 		
    Oil & Gas Exploration & Development 		
    Oil & Gas Consultant 		
    Explorers-Natural Resources 		
    Seismic Data Brokers 		
    Oil Field Equipment-Repairing 		
    Mud Jacking Contractors 		
    Oil Field Specialties 		
    Oil Inspectors 		
    Oil Field Service 		
    Oil Well Cementing 		
    Oil Well Casing-Pulling 		
    Oil Well Drilling Mud & Additives 		
    Oil Well Surveyors 		
    Oil Well Logging & Perforating 		
    Oil Well Testing 		
    Oil Well Services 		
    Pipe Inspection 		
    Riggers 		
    Hot Shot Service 		
    Wireline Service 		
    Offshore Platforms/Oil 		
    Roustabouts 		
    Gas Well Cleaners 		
    Gas Well Plugging 		
    Oil Well Wire Line Service 		
    Oil Field Maintenance 		
    Oil & Gas-Field Services Nec 		
    
    		
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    Manager 		
    Owner	  
      

 

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