refined oil

refined oil

[ri′fīnd ′ȯil]
(materials)
A class of petroleum oil used for home lighting and cooking purposes. Also known as burning oil.
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China will introduce limits on exports of crude oil, refined oil products, steel and other metals to North Korea within the framework of implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2397, the country's Commerce Ministry reported on January 5.
Iran is ready to make tariff concessions on a wide range of products, excluding wheat, refined oil, mineral water and cigarettes, within a free trade zone it is eager to join called the Eurasian Economic Union.
After a high of 245,554 tonnes in December 2016, refined oil import fell to 196,623 tonnes in January, 20-21 percent of the entire import of edible oil.
Saudi Aramco has discontinued shipping refined oil products to the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation, Egypt's state oil company, as of early October, (http://www.
The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources of Pakistan and the Ministry of Energy of the Azerbaijan have agreed for signing of Inter Governmental Agreement (IGA) which will aim at cooperation in the supply of crudes, refined oil products, LPG and LNG as well as attraction of investments into energy sectors, including the relevant infrastructure and storage within and outside Pakistan.
13 percent, as a result of the increase of the refined oil prices index by 7.
According to Saudi Aramco, SATORP's refined oil production reached 400,000 bpd in August, 2014.
Although refining capacity will remain flat, upgrades to the country's two refineries will help improve utilisation rates and refined oil output over our forecast period.
Energy Minister Taner Yyldyz announced last week that Turkey planned to increase its exports of refined oil products to Iraq via the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).
Chemical companies usually process refined oil products into petrochemicals, such as ethylene and propylene, that are then used to make plastics and other products.
Mercuria's activities focus on the trading of energy products, such as raw oil and refined oil products, natural gas (including liquefied natural gas), electricity, coal, biodiesel, vegetable oil and carbon emissions.
The US has been the world's largest net oil importer since the mid-1970s, but the country's net oil imports including crude and refined oil products dropped in December to 5.