petroleum substitute


petroleum substitute
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  • PETROLEUM AND OIL PRODUCTS — In modern times Jews took part in the development of the oil industry, some in pioneering the extraction of oil and trade in its products in their respective countries, and some in financing the industry abroad. Eastern Galicia Oil prospecting… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • Fischer-Tropsch process — The Fischer Tropsch process (or Fischer Tropsch Synthesis) is a catalyzed chemical reaction in which synthesis gas (syngas), a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen, is converted into liquid hydrocarbons of various forms. The most common… …   Wikipedia

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  • Synthetic oil — is oil consisting of chemical compounds which were not originally present in crude oil (petroleum), but were artificially made (synthesized) from other compounds. Synthetic oil could be made to be a substitute for petroleum, or specially made to… …   Wikipedia

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