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distillate

 [dis´tĭ-lāt]
a product of distillation.

dis·til·late

(dis'ti-lāt),
The product of distillation.

dis·til·late

(dis'ti-lāt)
The product of distillation.
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Stockpiles of light distillates bucked the trend, and rose 1.9 per cent for the week to 7.196 million barrels.
Oil product stocks at the Middle East's key oil hub of Fujairah slipped another 2.5 per cent in the week to Monday, hitting a new 10-week low, despite a jump in middle distillate inventories.
The distribution of distillates was relatively similar.
Refiners would normally try to trade their way around the problem, exporting surplus distillates and/or importing more gasoline to meet demand without increasing runs.
The beaker was installed at the output of the condensing tube to collect the distillate. The distillation temperature values were recorded for the first drop, distillation of 10, 50 and 90% of the total volume, and the final boiling point.
"The slower pace of demand growth in middle distillates, compared to light distillates, and a large proportion of refining capacity being configured towards this segment will result in a surplus of middle distillates equal to 470 tbpd by 2020.
The document also issues instructions to 'distribute the quota for the export of light distillates'.
In the 2011 plan, gasoline from the refinery will be consumed locally in Saudi Arabia and middle distillates shipped to Asia as demand in the Middle East and Asia continues to grow.
This high impact water-white distillate livens up a multitude of beverage applications, including clear alcoholic and non-alcoholic options plus juices and juice drinks.
Distillate cracks will strengthen further with the economyWith indicators suggesting continued improvements in global economic activity and industrial production firming up, we reiterate our positive view on Atlantic Basin middle distillates.
LONDON: Oil fell yesterday, edging away from record highs near $127 a barrel after Iran assured it had no plans to cut exports and US inventory showed a rise in supplies of distillates.
"The trucking industry needs the diesel component of distillates to support huge demand, and this is going to be a problem this summer."