Petroleum Refining in Nontechnical Language



Petroleum Refining in Nontechnical Language Using Analogies, Graphs, Formulas And Illustrations, The Author Overviews Key Topics In The Refining Industry For Professionals In Finance And Marketing The Third Edition Reflects Changes In Petroleum Processing And The Impact Of Environmental Regulation Annotation C Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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  • Hardcover
  • 310 pages
  • Petroleum Refining in Nontechnical Language
  • William L. Leffler
  • English
  • 07 November 2017
  • 0878147764

10 thoughts on “Petroleum Refining in Nontechnical Language

  1. Arif says:

    Very clear and concise information regarding oil refining Takes away a lot of the chemistry details.

  2. Chris Maguire says:

    This book gave an excellent overview of petroleum refining without getting bogged down in minutiae or droning on in the style of dry reference tomes The author reminds us once in a while that he is human with a witty blurb here and there I read this book to get a grasp on terms like cat cracker , fractionation and isobutane and I was completely satisfied with what I came away with I now have a good enough grasp on what goes on in the refining world that I can stop with the bewildered loo This book gave an excellent overview of petroleum refining without getting bogged down in minutiae or droning on in the style of dry reference tomes The author reminds us onc...

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  4. Yousif Alsadah says:

    I m a civil engineer entering into the petroleum refining industry As such my info on petroleum is limited at best, however this book has thus far given me a tremendous amount of info on this subject, enough to be able to discuss the particulars with others in the field Highly recommended.

  5. Spencer Yendell says:

    Good overview of the petroleum refining process Helpful problems at the end of each section for review and concept reinforcement.

  6. Sean Johnston says:

    Great book for a non technical person who needs to know what all the fuss is about Highly recommended reading for any finance types in the oil gas business.

  7. Brett says:

    Why didn t I read this before.

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