How Gasoline Is Made

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Executive Summary

Gasoline is a precise blend of components designed not only to ensure peak engine performance, but also to meet strict environmental standards. Gasoline is manufactured in a refinery, using heat, pressure and chemical reactions to transform crude oil into hundreds of products consumers need - gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, motor oil, greases and chemical feedstocks.

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