Environmental Effects of the petroleum

Petroleum-derived contaminants constitute one of the most prevalent sources of environmental degradation in the industrialized world. In large concentrations, the hydrocarbon molecules that make up crude oil and petroleum products are highly toxic to many organisms, including humans. Petroleum also contains trace amounts of sulfur and nitrogen compounds, which are dangerous by themselves and can react with the environment to produce secondary poisonous chemicals. The dominance of petroleum products in the United States and the world economy creates the conditions for distributing large amounts of these toxins into populated areas and ecosystems around the globe.

Related Petroleum ConferencesPetroleum Engineering Conferences | Petroleum Geology Conferences

3rd  Global Geologists Annual Meeting , Brisbane, Australia; July 11-12, 2016; International Conference on Geosciences, 6-7 October 2016, Orlando, USA; International Conference on Geophysics, October 3-5 2016, Toronto, Canada;  2nd International Conference on Oil and Gas, November 8-9, 2016 at Istanbul, Turkey; 5th International Conference on Petroleum Geology and Petroleum Industry, Nov 24-25, 2016 Dubai, UAE; 5th International Conference on Chemical and Biological Processes November 22nd 2016 (ICCBP-2016) Dubai, United Arab Emirates. International Conference on Gas, Oil and Petroleum Engineering Las Vegas, United States of America November 14th 2016. Petro chemistry & Natural Resources October 24th 2016 Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Society of petroleum engineers, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, Drilling Engineering Associations, and South East Asia Petroleum Exploration Society.

  • Environmental impact of drilling
  • Waste oil
  • Oil spills
  • Toxicity

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