Lecture 2- Jan 19 2012

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LECTURE 2 JAN 19, 2012 1
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2 Course Syllabus PE 4423 Surface Production Engineering (Spring 2012) Room DEH-120 Instructor : Suresh Sharma Office: SEC 1248; Tele. 325-5928 Office hours: by appointment Email: ssharma@ou.edu TA: Christian Olotu Email: Christian.O.Olotu-1@ou.edu
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Typical Products from Crude Oil 3
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There are more than 4,000 petrochemical products that are made from petroleum (crude oil). Some of the common products from Crude oil are: Artificial Limbs, Bags (garbage bags, shopping bags), Balloons, Band-aids, Candles, Clothing (polyester, nylon), Combs, Computers, calculators, Crayons, Credit Cards, Dishwashing Liquids, Disposable Diapers, Eye Glasses, Sunglasses, Fertilizers, Fishing Rods, Flooring (linoleum, tiles, carpets), Garden Hose, Hand Lotion, Cream, Petroleum Jelly, Helmets and the list goes on. 4 Typical Products from Crude Oil
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Some of the most common products that use Natural gas as the raw material are: 1. Paints
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2012 for the course PE 4423 taught by Professor Sharma during the Spring '10 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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