By now, most engineers reading this should have vivid recollections of the Exxon Valdez oil disaster that shook the world, never mind the area devastated by it. Those who were not around at the time this historic oil disaster occurred can, of course, view archived video footage of the wide-scale ecological and environmental damage the oil spill caused. Today, something as compact as a concentrated organic-solvent is contributing towards preventing such disasters from ever occurring again.
This compact organic solvent is backed up and joined by several others in the line of providing effective oil field cleanups. This, of course, does not anticipate another looming disaster, and it should be pleasing to note that since Exxon Valdez, there really has not been another one on this scale. While stakeholders across the globe, from governments to public institutions, from public entities to private holdings, and from private businesses to domestic dwellings, are investing more time and energy if you will in sourcing alternative and renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar power, the reality remains.
Oil is still sought and is needed across a wide variety of industries, from motor cars to railway networks and certainly heavy airliners and (military use) aircraft carriers. Prospectors of oil, as well as shale gas (there will be related products in this field) have a rich picking of oilfield cleanup and lubricating products. These are of value to the automotive industries. An oilfield equipment cleaner is packaged with lubricants, stuffing box oil and fuel additives and fuel boosters, as the case may be for the industry process.
These are all superior products not to be underestimated or undervalued. They remain invaluable to the oil and gas processing industries as reliably organic and environmentally friendly materials.