Oil byproducts

Oil byproducts

It's not just petrol that we've come to take for granted.

The ubiquity of hydrocarbons

The unique properties of hydrocarbons have been recognised and utilised in a wide range of commodities over and above their immediate use as transportation fuels.

From the convenience of personal hygiene and other lifestyle products, to essential medical, industrial and commercial supplies, the byproducts of oil and gas are deeply embedded in the ways we live, work and play.

Shampoo

Comb

Hand Lotion

Tooth Brushes

Nail Polish

Deodorant

Shaving Cream

Perfumes

Soap

Hair colouring

Lipstick

Hair curlers

Denture adhesive

Vitamin capsules

Vaporisers

Heart valves

Anesthetics

Dentures

Cold cream

Antihistamines

Cortisone

Petroleum jelly

Antiseptics

Aspirin

Artificial limbs

Bandages

Cameras

Dresses

Guitar strings

Cassettes

Mobile phone

Mops

Umbrellas

Nylon rope

Clothes

Life jackets

Luggage

Balloons

Crayons

Model cars

Movie film

Ballpoint pens

Boat bodies

Pantyhose

Insect repellant

Sunglasses

Soft contact lenses

Shoe polish

Eyeglasses

Tents

Tennis racquet

Bicycle tyres

Skis

Rugby Helmets

Artificial turf

Golf balls

Basketballs

Fishing rods

Footballs & boots

Surfboards

Dashboards

Antifreeze

Fanbelts

Car bodies

Tyres

Car battery cases

Wheels

Car enamel

Motor Oil

Oil filters

Roofing

Water pipes

Caulking

Painting and sealing products

Linoleum

Plastic wood

Rubber cement

Bearing grease

Safety glasses

Methanol

Dyes

Epoxy

Fertilisers

Insecticides

Refrigerant

Synthetic rubber

Glycerin

Food preservatives

Ammonia

Curtains

Enamel Paint & brushes/rollers

Refrigerators

Pillows

CD Players

CDs & DVDs

Floor wax

Dishwasher parts

Appliance components

Computer screens and bodies

TV bodies

Toilet seats

Candles

Electric blankets

Trash bags

Dishes

Transparent tape

Clothesline

Shower curtains

Detergents

Telephones

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