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distillate

[′dis·tə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
The products of distillation formed by condensing vapors.
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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.
It is found that the share of diesel distillate in Fushun shale oil is large--about 41%.
The 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) complex refinery, now under construction, had been meant to export gasoline to the United States and middle distillates to Europe since plans for construction were tabled in 2005.
According to Fitch's special report "What's Behind Distillates Recent Outperformance?
Magellan's announcement comes five weeks before Enterprise Products Partners plans to shut down interstate shipments on its 230,000 bpd TE Products distillate pipeline that runs through Little Rock.
Treatt plc has launched Kiwifruit Treattarome [TM] 9770, a new kiwifruit distillate which imparts a fruity, green flavour to many food systems.
Global flavour specialists Treatt Plc have launched a clear flavour distillate, which imparts a fresh, natural sugary taste to food systems without adding calories, sugar, protein or colour.
South Korea's No 2 oil refiner GS Caltex will invest almost $1 billion to raise its heavy oil upgrading capacity by a quarter from 2013, as it races to be the country's top producer of high-value distillates.
Another area of disagreement between the two agencies came in distillates.
Slack demand for distillates - which include heating oil as well as diesel - in top consumer the US swelled inventories to 26-year highs in 2009.
This refinery expansion is part of an investment by CEPSA announced last year that is aimed at meeting growing demand in Europe for middle distillates such as diesel fuel and kerosene.
Analysts said the oversupply of heating oil, or gas oil, jet fuel and diesel -- middle distillates -- will further ease in 2010 as increased economic activity will boost industrial demand.