crude oil


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crude oil

fossil oil as it is retrieved from its natural location.

crude oil poisoning
crude oil is usually too unpalatable for livestock but cattle will drink it if they are salt hungry. The effects of ingesting large amounts are severe depression, incoordination and vomiting, leading to development of aspiration pneumonia and death.
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This infrastructure, TMPCOT, is a combination of major crude oil storage facilities, a major crude oil pipeline and two terminals to be built across the Malay Peninsula, with the possibility of building two major oil refineries on both sides of the Peninsula - the progress of which I shall explain in the second part of this presentation.
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IOC had a term contract with Sonatrach of Algeria for Algerian crude oil.
The spill occurred when crude oil poured from a ruptured underground pipeline used to carry oil between the Montalvo Oil Field and tank farms on the east side of Harbor Boulevard.
The global crude oil market grew by 1% in 2011 to reach a volume of 27,567.
This law made sense as domestic production was declining and the US was the world's largest crude oil importer.
To be short on paper crude oil, customers must sell account-based crude oil in their first transaction and then buy all or partial tranches of account-based crude oil no more than those sold.
The 132-mile Pacific Pipeline would carry up to 130,000 barrels of crude oil a day from a point south of Bakersfield to refineries in Wilmington and El Segundo.
Parnon Storage owns three million barrels of crude oil storage situated at the Cushing terminal, consisting of five storage tanks each capable of holding 600,000 barrels of crude oil.