fuel oil

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fuel oil

[′fyül ‚oil]
(materials)
A liquid product burned to generate heat, exclusive of oils with a flash point below 100°F (38°C); includes heating oils, stove oils, furnace oils, bunker fuel oils.
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The hydrocracked products are fractionated into light naphtha (C-1), heavy naphtha (C-2), light gas oil (C-3), heavy gas oil (C-4), and bottoms (C-5).
In addition to the installation of a new crude and vacuum distillation unit, expansion plans call for the construction of infrastructure and other process units with the following design capacities: a 44,000 barrels per day (bpd) delayed coker, a 70,000 bpd heavy gas oil hydrocracker, a 65,000 bpd reformer and a 47,000 bpd kerosene hydrotreater.
The new lube train will upgrade heavy gas oil to ultra-high quality Group II base stock using ExxonMobil's proprietary lube catalyst technology, including MSDW catalytic dewaxing and MAXSAT hydrofinishing catalysts, and the corresponding reactor design.
Petrozuata produces extra-heavy crude oil from the Zuata region of the Orinoco Belt, which is then transported to Jose on the north coast of Venezuela and transformed into synthetic crude oil with a range of 20 degrees to 22 degrees API, with associated byproducts of LPG, sulfur, petroleum coke and heavy gas oil.