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Synonyms for gasoline



Synonyms for gasoline

a volatile flammable mixture of hydrocarbons (hexane and heptane and octane etc.) derived from petroleum

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eq] concentrations were then summed to arrive at total concentrations for each of the three gasoline formulations.
The magazine conducted tests on new types of gasoline to compare acceleration, fuel economy and emissions against a regular-grade gas that met the 1990 industry average.
Twenty-one Fairbanks community members volunteered to sniff and identify odors from various gasolines and oxygenate blends at temperatures ranging from -24 to +25 F.
Nevertheless, the changes are coming and all vehicles must be ready to use reformulated gasolines since they will be used throughout the U.
Chevron gasolines with the Techron additive were the first in the United States and Canada to be designated as meeting performance criteria set by automakers BMW, General Motors, Honda and Toyota for TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline.
As president of Suncoast Resources here, Kathy Lehne trucks gasoline around Texas and the surrounding states.
Our tests comparing Chevron's gasolines to Texaco's quickly showed many of their campaign's key claims weren't true," said Smith.
HOUSTON -- Drivers nationwide who stop by their local Shell stations now have a chance to win free gasoline for life through the Shell "Million Gallon Giveaway.
Total Premier gasolines are another milestone in Total Petroleum's continuing commitment to the environment," said C.
The Armor All/STP Products Company (AASTP) and Afton Chemical Corporation (Afton) today announced an agreement that designates Afton as AASTP's exclusive licensing agent for performance additives, branded with the STP(R) mark, to gasoline marketers in North America.
WASHINGTON, March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- As many as one-third of the nation's motorists should question whether they're getting what they're paying for when they buy gasoline, the American Automobile Association said in a news conference today with Public Citizen.
Department of Transportation, 2003), and many gasoline marketers have reduced the concentration level of fuel additive in their gasoline by up to 50% since the EPA set a minimum standard in 1995 (www.
Starting this week, ARCO will be selling the new Mid-Grade Extra (89 octane) gasoline in addition to the company's Unleaded Regular (87 octane) and Super Unleaded Premium (92 octane) gasolines at all ARCO stations in and around Bakersfield, Sacramento, and Chico.
ConocoPhillips introduced Quality PROclean Gasolines earlier this year, making the company's gasoline among the highest quality available in the market.
However, after many years of marketing Chevron unleaded gasolines, exhaustive research of published literature, and reviewing the experience of fleet operators, engine rebuilders and manufacturers, Chevron is confident that the 88-octane midgrade is safe to use in virtually all typical passenger cars and light-duty truck engines.