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Overview of Downstream

One of the three major sectors of the oil and gas business, Downstream refers to the refining and processing of crude oil and natural gas, as well as the marketing and distribution of petroleum-based products. These products include gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, natural gas liquids, and many others. The other two major sectors of the oil and gas business are Upstream (exploration and production) and Midstream (transportation and storage).

 

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