What Is a Petrochemical Engineer?

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A Petrochemical Engineer is a professional who applies scientific and mathematical principles to break down complex organic molecules in crude oil to produce much simpler and basic components. Some of the resulting chemicals are: lubricating oils, plastics, butane polymers and benzene, methanol.
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One who engineers fuels.
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