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avatarAsked on December 27, 2019 by Kalpa Bhadwa

Natural gas occurs:

A

above the petroleum oil

B

below the petroleum oil

C

along with the petroleum oil

D

none of these

Answer

Petroleum occurs deep down under the earth between two layers of impervious rocks. Oil deposit are usually found mixed with water, sand and salts. Natural gas occurs above the petroleum oil trapped under the rocks.
Thus option A is correct.

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