Petroleum products are a group of hydrocarbon-based substances derived from crude oil through various refining processes. Crude oil, a naturally occurring liquid found beneath the Earth's surface, consists of a mixture of hydrocarbons, which are organic compounds made up of hydrogen and carbon atoms. Refining processes separate these hydrocarbons into different components based on their molecular weight and properties.

Here are some common petroleum products:

1. **Gasoline (Petrol)**: Gasoline is a light liquid fuel primarily used in internal combustion engines for automobiles, motorcycles, and small aircraft. It's one of the most widely used petroleum products due to its efficiency and convenience.

2. **Diesel Fuel**: Diesel fuel is heavier and less volatile than gasoline. It's commonly used in diesel engines found in trucks, buses, trains, ships, and some cars. Diesel engines are known for their fuel efficiency and torque output.

3. **Jet Fuel**: Jet fuel, also known as aviation turbine fuel (ATF), is a specialized type of kerosene-based fuel specifically designed for use in aircraft jet engines. It has strict specifications to ensure safe and efficient operation of aircraft.

4. **Heating Oil**: Heating oil, also known as fuel oil, is used for heating homes and buildings. It's similar to diesel fuel but is often dyed red for tax purposes and may have additives to improve its performance in heating systems.

5. **Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)**: LPG consists mainly of propane and butane and is commonly used as a fuel for heating appliances, cooking, and in some vehicles. It's stored under pressure as a liquid but turns into a gas when released from its container.

6. **Kerosene**: Kerosene is a light petroleum distillate commonly used as a fuel for lamps, heaters, and stoves. It's also used as a solvent and as a base material for jet fuel.

7. **Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO)**: Heavy fuel oil is a dense, viscous liquid used as fuel in industrial boilers, power plants, and large ships. It's cheaper than diesel but produces more pollutants when burned.

8. **Asphalt**: Asphalt, also known as bitumen, is a sticky, black, and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid form of petroleum used in road construction, waterproofing, and roofing.

These petroleum products play crucial roles in various sectors of the economy, including transportation, energy production, manufacturing, and residential heating. However, their extraction, refining, and combustion can have significant environmental impacts, contributing to air and water pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, and climate change. Efforts to develop cleaner and more sustainable alternatives are ongoing to mitigate these impacts.


We are a group of businessmen (not a banks) working to lend loans to businessmen who need

to create new, huge projects. They do not have enough money for the entire project. 

It is enough for him to have 10% of the value of the project. 

For example, but not limited to, a project worth 50 million dollars must have 5 million cash to prove to us that he has Financial liquidity is always available and is deposited in the project account itself as a guarantee, along with 51% of the shares of the project itself to be established and financed, and not from the shares of the borrower’s companies nor his personal account either.

click on projects to Know the targeted projects for financing, but commercial financing, such as buying and selling, does not include financing and is far from our goals.


A non-variable interest rate of 4% of the total loan per annum is our attractive repayment term.


Are paid upfront and will be deducted from the loan Upon conversion.