Using the oldest, most common method: you get crude oil, heat it and then condense it in a chamber. The parts separate.
It depends on what method the oil refinery chooses. If there’s a higher demand for gasoline, something called “chemical processing” can change the chemical structure of one petroleum product into another.
It depends on the method and how you count “steps.”
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