mineral fuel


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mineral fuel

[′min·rəl ¦fyül]
(materials)
A carbonaceous fuel mined or stripped from the earth, such as petroleum, coal, peat, shale oil, or tar sands.
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Excluding mineral fuels and oils, imports have increased by around 17 percent during the period under consideration, mainly due to higher imports of "live animals and animal products" and "unwrought and semi-manufactured gold, diamonds, precious stones and metals" by $34 million and $23 million, respectively.
In 2013, we witnessed a tremendous increase in imports of fertilisers, plastics, and ships and boats, apart from traditional items such as mineral fuel and oil.
2 billion imports of crude mineral fuel from the GCC region.
It should not stifle the domestic solid fuel market but give it the opportunity to develop cleaner fuels incorporating biomass and acknowledge the marketing and technical assistance the mineral fuel industry gives to the domestic wood burning industry.
The sharpest decline wasposted in exports of mineral fuel, lubricants and related materials (-18.
Arab exports to Brazil included mineral fuel, oil and fertilizers, while Brazilian exports to Arab countries mainly consisted of sugars, meat, ores, slag, ash and cereals, said Michel Alaby, CEO, Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce.
2 billion USD; and mostly imported mineral fuel and oils with 3.
Mineral fuel oil into diesel quality according to DIN EN 590 Table 2 class F (with respect to road tankers).
The most notable fall was recorded in sections Mineral fuel, lubricants and related materials (35.
Exports to Greece are made up of motor vehicles, mineral fuel, oil and iron & steel.
Turkish ministry for foreign trade said in a statement on Monday that the business forum would be attended by a crowded group of Turkish exporters from Turkey's construction, automotive spare parts, furniture, food and food equipments, textiles, mineral fuel, cement and packaging industries.