AIM TO BE ONE BILLION US$
REVENUE COMPANY BY THE YEAR 2017.

PETROCHEMICAL:

Petrochemicals are used to manufacture thousands of products people use every day — just about everything not made from rocks, plants, other living things or metal.

These products include everything made of plastic, medicines and medical devices, cosmetics, furniture, appliances, TVs and radios, computers, parts used in every mode of transportation, solar power panels and wind turbines.

Petrochemicals are also the building blocks for body armor and other high-tech materials that are used to protect police officers, firefighters and the men and women in our armed forces.

In addition, petrochemicals are the key raw materials that keep you safe while driving in your car, and make modern communications possible. In fact, regardless of how you’re viewing this website — on a desktop computer, laptop or smart phone — the viewing device is made from petrochemicals.

Petrochemicals are derived from ethane, propane, butane and other hydrocarbons extracted from crude oil and natural gas liquids. Naptha is also an important petrochemical feedstock. When hydrocarbons are separated from the other parts of oil and natural gas liquids, it’s fed into a manufacturing facility that is called a cracker. The facility gets its name because it uses high temperatures to crack the chemical bonds in hydrocarbon molecules to form useful chemical building blocks.