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distillate

[′dis·tə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
The products of distillation formed by condensing vapors.
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Stocks of heavy distillates and residues rose by 13.
Stocks of middle distillates rose 8 per cent or 201,000 barrels to 2.
Refiners would normally try to trade their way around the problem, exporting surplus distillates and/or importing more gasoline to meet demand without increasing runs.
Middle East and Singapore distillate markets price at differentials to Singapore 500 ppm gasoil swaps, while European distillates price at differentials to ICE low sulfur gasoil futures.
With no imminent reform in subsides on transport fuel, it is no surprise that gasoline will be the driver of growth in light distillates consumption.
There is a ban in Kazakhstan on the export of some products such as light distillates and products, kerosene, gas oil as well as other petroleum products.
In the 2011 plan, gasoline from the refinery will be consumed locally in Saudi Arabia and middle distillates shipped to Asia as demand in the Middle East and Asia continues to grow.
This high impact water-white distillate livens up a multitude of beverage applications, including clear alcoholic and non-alcoholic options plus juices and juice drinks.
In order to deepen the degree of heteroatoms' removal and to get a high-quality product, the diesel distillate (200-360 [degrees]C) of Fushun shale oil was chosen for catalytic hydrotreating in this work.
Our analysis suggests that market leadership has shifted from crude to products in the last year, and that tightening gasoline and distillate spreads are causing WTI and Brent timespreads.
Oil prices have rallied on concerns about global distillate supplies this month, amid signs of rising diesel demand.
The trucking industry needs the diesel component of distillates to support huge demand, and this is going to be a problem this summer.