kerosine


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kerosene, kerosine

see paraffin (2).
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The team raided Al-Atta Chemicals factory in Industrial State and recovered 10,000 drums full of Iranian diesel and kerosine oil.
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Shell developed and produced the 50-50 blend of GTL kerosine and conventional oil-based kerosine.
The Lavan Blend was introduced in November 1993; it is produced by the offshore oilfields of Salman, Resalat and Reshadat; it yields 20% of gasoline, 18% of kerosine, 17% of gasoil and 20% of fuel oil.
This will no doubt increase power generation and LPG utilisation in the country, which will reduce firewood and kerosine consumption thereby contributing to a cleaner environment".
The plant produces 46,100 b/d of gasoline, 67,000 b/d of fuel oil, 36,200 b/d of jet fuel and kerosine, 70,000 b/d of gasoil, 7,100 b/d of LPG and 5,000 b/d of asphalt.
The Lavan Blend introduced in November 1993 - produced by the offshore oilfields of Salman, Resalat and Reshadat - yields 20% of gasoline, 18% of kerosine, 17% of gasoil and 20% of fuel oil.
He said the government had no business in managing the country's refineries, adding that the recent scarcity of kerosine and other fuels had shown the government could not do it better.
Tenders are invited for Oil Kerosine Superior Is-1459:1974 (Second Revision) Amendments 3, Reaffirmed 2001
The E[pounds sterling]3bn ($430m) facility will be able to store up to 800,000 tons of products, including fuel oil, diesel/gasoil, naphtha, jet kerosine and bunker fuels.
In the Asian/Pacific market, distillates are relatively firm; and the approaching winter in north-eastern Asia is prompting refiners to focus on kerosine as heating fuel for Japan and South Korea.