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a petroleum product used for fuel

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3 million barrels last week, and distillate fuel inventories including heating oil and diesel increased by 2.
CTT said the distillate fuel conditioner product "addresses multiple tasks commonly associated with treatment of distillate fuels, e.
Reported gas service interruptions for northeastern customers using distillate fuel as backup were the equivalent of about 78 thousand to 84 thousand barrels of distillate per day during the peak week.
In February 2000, Senator Joseph Lieberman asked the Department of Energy (DOE) to study how service interruptions by natural gas suppliers affected the distillate fuel oil market this past winter.
While higher-speed engines such as the ones on the vessels operated by Trailer Bridge need the lighter, more refined distillate fuel to operate, the reverse is not true.
The present annual requirement of Pakistan's distillate fuels, i.
It includes both R&D and fuel delivery components and calls for delivery of over 20,000 gallons of Soladiesel[R]F-76 Renewable Naval Distillate fuel to the Navy for compatibility testing over the next year.
Motor gasoline accounted for 39 percent of the total; distillate fuel oil, 20 percent; and kerosene-type jet fuel, 8 percent.
Amerada Hess operates a petroleum refinery producing gasoline, distillate fuel oils, residual fuel oils, lubricants and other petroleum products.
Production of other consumer goods edged down as output of consumer energy, particularly gasoline and distillate fuel oil, fell sharply; the remaining sectors, on balance, were little changed.
We share his commitment to improving the environment in Puerto Rico and believe that Trailer Bridge's vessels, which exclusively use a cleaner distillate fuel, do that by resulting in geometrically less particulate matter emissions.
Distillate Fuel Used by Electric Utilities, All Time Periods--For 1973-1979, consumption of distillate fuel is assumed to be the amount of petroleum (minus small amounts of kerosene and kerosene-type jet fuel deliveries) consumed in gas turbine and internal combustion plants.
With a regulatory framework now beginning to form on how to best address vessel emissions, the Company is focused on educating shippers on the less harmful effects of cleaner fuel like the distillate fuel used all the time in Trailer Bridge's vessels.
Scope of Work : F76 naval middle distillate fuel, AGO middle distillate fuel and Winter formula AGO.
Motor gasoline accounted for 44 percent of the total; distillate fuel oil, 18 percent; and kerosene-type jet fuel, 8 percent.