How does oil get from the oil fields to our gas stations?



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    Oil is separated from water at the wellsite, then pumped to processing centers. There, the long chains in the petroleum are broken into the chemicals used domestically for things like the octane in gasoline. In the same plant, other chemical additives are combined with octane to produce gasoline. From the plants, gasoline is pumped into tanker trucks to be delivered to gas stations.

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