Petroleum Trading

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Yekta Company, according to thirty years of technical and operational experience and very good knowledge of international specifications and standards and in accordance with the laws of Iran, the Middle East and the European Union and Asia regarding the purchase and sale of petroleum products, has started its activities. Do oil trade.

The main products available include gasoline, kerosine, gas oil( diesel) and fuel oil  &  special products ; of petroleum .

Yekta Group can review your fuel needs requests and deliver them to customers inside or outside Iran at a reasonable price. Costs inside Iran are in Iranian Rials and will be in Euros for outside Iran. The cost of reviewing and completing the application process is determined by the financial department.

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It should be said that the valuable and lasting experiences of the CEO and founder of Yekta Company will create a special and trustworthy confidence for the customers of this company. Experiences that include complete mastery of refineries and petroleum products.

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Order everything you need and any petroleum products you use. Your order will be immediately reviewed by sales experts and they will contact you at the earliest opportunity to provide you with the best services in this field.

Despite macro uncertainties and headwinds, the global markets for oil, gas and refined petroleum products presented a much more favourable environment for trading in 2019 than in the previous year. Geopolitical tensions and trade conflict created volatility in prices and flows and, in most segments, significant opportunities for Trafigura’s core business of physical arbitrage based on price differences in time and location.

Chief amongst these dislocations has been the continuing change in the global trade flows of oil. We have been moving away from a world where the primary oil trade was crude from the producers of the Middle East, Africa and Latin America moving to the US and Europe. Instead, with the rise of Chinese and now Indian demand, those crude barrels are increasingly moving eastward rather than westward. Growing urbanisation in Asia has boosted consumer income and spending, particularly on energy and transportation.

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Another part of this transition has been on the supply side, namely the rise of the US as the world’s largest crude producer. This rapid rise in production has led to significantly reduced demand for crude imports into the US, pushing those barrels back out into the market, particularly towards the Eastern markets. Over the last four years, the US has grown its own exports to the point where it exports more volumes than any OPEC member except Saudi Arabia. The destinations for these barrels have changed numerous times over the last few years as ebbs and flows in demand economics have in turn meant that the appeal and viability of US barrels into certain markets has evolved. But  global footprint and access to demand opportunities has meant that we have been able to fully address these dislocations by increasing our US exports to European homes while also increasing the traded amount of our European and West African barrels into Asia. gasoline, also spelled gasolene, also called gas or petrol, mixture of volatile, flammable liquid hydrocarbons derived from petroleum and used as fuel for internal-combustion engines. It is also used as a solvent for oils and fats. Originally a by-product of the petroleum industry (kerosene being the principal product), gasoline became the preferred automobile fuel because of its high energy of combustion and capacity to mix readily with air in a carburetor.

Gasoline was at first produced by distillation, simply separating the volatile, more valuable fractions of crude petroleum. Later processes, designed to raise the yield of gasoline from crude oil, split large molecules into smaller ones by processes known as cracking. Thermal cracking, employing heat and high pressures, was introduced in 1913 but was replaced after 1937 by catalytic cracking, the application of catalysts that facilitate chemical reactions producing more gasoline. Other methods used to improve the quality of gasoline and increase its supply include polymerization, converting gaseous olefins, such as propylene and butylene, into larger molecules in the gasoline range; alkylation, a process combining an olefin and a paraffin such as isobutane; isomerization, the conversion of straight-chain hydrocarbons to branched-chain hydrocarbons; and reforming, using either heat or a catalyst to rearrange the molecular structure.
Order everything you need and any petroleum products you use. Your order will be immediately reviewed by sales experts and they will contact you at the earliest opportunity to provide you with the best services in this field.