Studying oil for no particular reason

Crude oil has many remarkable properties. These properties not only allow it to be used as the primary fuel for global transportation – by land, sea and air – but also as a vital component in just about everything we see around us.

Roads, roofing, piping, tyres, rubber, flooring, paints and newspapers are just a few of the many thousands of everyday objects that contain at least some oil. At Nynas, there's a department dedicated to the study of oil itself. Per Redelius, in charge of pure research at Nynas, says, "Even after hundreds of years, relatively little is known about oil. What we do in our laboratory is to find out more about this incredible resource and how we can unlock its full potential."

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