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distillate

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

dis·til·late

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

distillate

[distil′it]
Etymology: L, distillare, to drop down
the liquid vaporized, condensed, and collected in a distillation.

dis·til·late

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

distillate

a product of distillation.
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Demand for distillates should also improve if global freight picks up from its current soft patch and next winter is colder than the last one across the northern hemisphere.
39/mt between front-month Singapore swaps and second-month ICE low sulfur gasoil futures last week, opening the arbitrage for moving distillate cargoes west.
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.
But refining margins in Asia may come under pressure as distillates tend to be oversupplied in countries like Japan and South Korea.
The diesel distillate was prepared by fractionation of the crude shale oil using a true-boiling-point distillation apparatus.
Oil prices yesterday traded near $69 a barrel as investors balanced bumper US crude stocks against a larger-than-expected draw in gasoline and distillate supplies.
The food safety experts nevertheless noted that adverse effects due to drinking distillates in cases where nuts have been used as flavourings before distillation may not be perceived as due to nut allergens but rather be attributed to alcohol, and under-reporting may thus have occurred.
Roasted pepper, watercress and celery are the latest savory additions to the Treattarome range of FTNF (from the named food) specialty aqueous distillates to be launched at the show.
Witco Refined Products: David Garza has been promoted to account manager, responsible for account management of white mineral oils, petrolatums, microcrystalline waxes, petroleum distillates, ink and refrigeration oils and cable compounds.
The distillates however were a different story and he turned his attention exclusively to his schnaps production.
Stocks of low-sulfur distillates ended the month at 67.
The plant will use Sasol's "proprietary and commercially proven Slurry Phase Distillate process (SPDP) to produce 20,000 b/d of naphtha and distillates in two 10,000 b/d trains, requiring 200 MCF/d of gas to be supplied by QGPC.