Diesel fuel, industrial gas oil, and domestic fuel are also included in this section. But many refinery products no longer use fuel, including asphalt, base oils or lubricating oils, propylene, and a variety of aromatics. Asphalt, which is used to make roads and roofs flat or impenetrable, is one of the most widely used Petroleum products.
On the other hand, lubricating oils that are used for industrial machinery or car engines, and because of their properties, prevent the friction of surfaces and damage to surfaces. Waxes, greases, kerosene, sulfur, and Petroleum coke have also been introduced as non-fuel petroleum products.
Asphalt, which is used to make roads and roofs flat or impenetrable, is one of the most widely used #petroleum products. Waxes, greases, kerosene, sulfur, and #petroleum_coke have also been introduced as non-fuel petroleum products. https://t.co/U9LPqlyUkD— Sattar Hossein (@anbar_asia) June 28, 2021
Kerosene is a colorless, odorless oil that is used in the production of cosmetics and is also used in the pharmaceutical industry. This product is used in the production of shampoos and shaving pastes. Sulfurs, which in many cases have been named as a detrimental factor to petroleum products, which leads to poor product quality, when separated from petroleum products in the refinery and sold separately to various industries, is a very important and widely used petrochemical product.
Petroleum coke is also a by-product of refineries used as fuel for power plants and Cement plants. This product is used to make electrodes and anodes.