black oil


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black oil

[¦blak ′ȯil]
(materials)
Low-grade, black petroleum oil used to lubricate slow-moving or rough-surfaced machinery where high-grade lubricants are impractical or too expensive.
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7% while market share of Black Oil dropped to 73% from 73.
The Eve, the company's third and farthest east infill spacing pilot in Kingfisher Countys black oil window, averaged 30-day initial production rates from the five new wells of 715 boed with 65 percent oil.
Higman's fleet moves petrochemicals, refined petroleum products, crude oil, natural gas condensate, and black oil on the Mississippi River System and Gulf Intracoastal Waterway for large midstream and global integrated oil companies.
Its fleet moves petrochemicals, refined petroleum products, crude oil, natural gas condensate and black oil on the Mississippi River System and Gulf Intracoastal Waterway in North America.
The petroleum products processed at the plant include automotive gasoline, aviation kerosene, diesel fuel, black oil, petroleum coke, and others.
The Ministry of Oil decided to extend the processing of brick factories with black oil fuel until the first of next March.
5 billion against supplies of black oil, white oil and LNG.
This study lead to the development of heavy naphthenic black oil (Heavy NBO) that is said to exhibit good performance.
6 billion) against supplies of Black Oil, White Oil and LNG.
BAGHDAD / NINA / A security source in Nineveh province announced that Daesh executed nine of its fighters fleeing the battles by burning them with black oil in central Mosul.
THE hit new version of classic 70s play The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil got one theatregoer so excited that they grabbed one of the actors.
4% was witnessed in overall sales volume of liquid fuels as compared to last fiscal year, which was primarily driven by growth in sales volume of White Oil and Black Oil by 4.