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Naphtha comes from the Greek and is derived from the Persian word “Naft” (= crude oil). The term is used to describe light crude oils. Naphtha is also understood to mean untreated petroleum distillate from the refining of crude oil or natural gas, which has the approximate boiling range of gasoline. Naphtha is primarily used as a base material for the production of high-grade gasoline by means of the catalytic reforming process.

The Viaro Team actively invests in the naphtha production process.