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[[Petroleum Gas]] is converted from [[Crude Oil]] (in a [[Oil refinery]] and [[Light Oil]] (in a [[Chemical plant]]). Petroleum gas is mainly used to create [[Plastic]] for [[Advanced circuit]]s and for [[Sulfur]] for [[Sulfuric Acid]] (which then can be used to create a [[Battery]].
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'''Petroleum gas''' is a gas converted from [[crude oil]] (in an [[oil refinery]]) or [[light oil]] (in a [[chemical plant]]). Petroleum gas is used to create [[plastic bar]]s and [[sulfur]], important ingredients for mid-to-high-level recipes. 
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Petroleum gas can also be used to create [[solid fuel]], but the ratio of fuel created is not as efficient as that of light oil, and petroleum gas is usually too valuable to waste.
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{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
| '''Converted by:''' || {{icon|oil-refinery||Oil Refinery}} + {{icon|crude-oil|?|Crude Oil}} => {{icon|petroleum-gas|?|Petroleum Gas}}
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! Building !! Process !! Results
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| {{Imagelink|Oil refinery}} || {{Imagelink|Basic oil processing}} || {{Icon|Crude oil|100}} + {{icon|Time|5}} → {{Icon|Petroleum gas|45}}
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| {{Imagelink|Oil refinery}} || {{Imagelink|Advanced oil processing}} || {{Icon|Crude oil|100}} + {{icon|Water|50}} + {{icon|Time|5}} → {{Icon|Petroleum gas|55}} + ({{Icon|Heavy oil|25}} + {{Icon|Light oil|45}})
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| {{Imagelink|Chemical plant}} || {{Imagelink|Light oil cracking}} || {{Icon|Light oil|30}} + {{icon|Water|30}} + {{icon|Time|2}} → {{Icon|Petroleum gas|20}}
 
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| ''''' || {{icon|chemical-plant||Chemical Plant}}
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| {{Imagelink|Oil refinery}} || {{imagelink|Coal liquefaction}} || {{icon|Coal|10}} + {{Icon|Heavy oil|25}} + {{icon|Steam|50}} + {{icon|Time|5}} → {{Icon|Petroleum gas|10}} + ({{Icon|Heavy oil|90}} + {{Icon|Light oil|20}})
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== Used to create ==
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== History ==
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{{history|0.9.0|
| {{imagelink|oil-refinery|Oil Refinery}}  || ||
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* Introduced}}
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[Liquid network]]
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* [[Fluid system]]
 
* [[Oil processing]]
 
* [[Oil processing]]
  
 
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{{IntermediateNav}}
[[Category: liquids]] [[Category: Liquid network]]
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{{C|Fluids}}

Latest revision as of 15:23, 3 June 2020

Petroleum gas.png
Petroleum gas

Petroleum gas fluid.png

Prototype type

fluid

Internal name

petroleum-gas

Required technologies

Oil processing (research).png

Produced by

Oil refinery.png
Chemical plant.png

Consumed by

Sulfur.png
Plastic bar.png
Solid fuel from petroleum gas.png
Fill petroleum gas barrel.png

Petroleum gas is a gas converted from crude oil (in an oil refinery) or light oil (in a chemical plant). Petroleum gas is used to create plastic bars and sulfur, important ingredients for mid-to-high-level recipes.

Petroleum gas can also be used to create solid fuel, but the ratio of fuel created is not as efficient as that of light oil, and petroleum gas is usually too valuable to waste.

Building Process Results
Oil refinery.png
Oil refinery
Basic oil processing.png
Basic oil processing
Crude oil.png
100
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Time icon.png
5
Petroleum gas.png
45
Oil refinery.png
Oil refinery
Advanced oil processing.png
Advanced oil processing
Crude oil.png
100
+
Water.png
50
+
Time icon.png
5
Petroleum gas.png
55
+ (
Heavy oil.png
25
+
Light oil.png
45
)
Chemical plant.png
Chemical plant
Light oil cracking.png
Light oil cracking
Light oil.png
30
+
Water.png
30
+
Time icon.png
2
Petroleum gas.png
20
Oil refinery.png
Oil refinery
Coal liquefaction.png
Coal liquefaction
Coal.png
10
+
Heavy oil.png
25
+
Steam.png
50
+
Time icon.png
5
Petroleum gas.png
10
+ (
Heavy oil.png
90
+
Light oil.png
20
)

History

See also