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fuel oil

[′fyül ‚oil]
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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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Coast Guard officials said they have already instigated emergency oil spill procedures to prevent the bunker fuel from causing damage in nearby areas.
Bunker fuel prices, which can make up anywhere from 10 to 70 percent of operating costs depending on the type of vessel, climbed to 2-1/2 year highs this week.
The MPA said 14 ships complained of being sold bunker fuel contaminated with waste oil from Singapore-based suppliers last year.
From bunker fuel and oil-condition-monitoring sampling, testing and inspection, to fuel advisory, environmental & regulatory consultation and more, ShipCare services are available at ports worldwide.
The problem is the ship's heavy bunker fuel," said Chauncey Naylor, a U.
The price of 380 CST bunker fuel in South Korea hit a three-year high Tuesday amid tight supply.
Based on initial computations on simulations of industry insiders and research of Bayan Muna, Zarate said the proposed higher excise tax on diesel and bunker fuel oil used in power generation will increase the cost of generation by around P1.
The IMO has asserted that a bunker fuel sulphur content ceiling of 0.
Glenn Alonsabe told congressmen that many of those who faced high risks for respiratory diseases were workers hired to clean the spilled bunker fuel and did not have the proper protective gear.
Israel's IC Power has acquired two power plants based on bunker fuel and two using wind power through its subsidiary Inkia Energy.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 26, 2013-NuStar Energy announces signing of agreement for bunker fuel oil supply(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.