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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"If the black oil is subsidized, the period of heating, sowing and growing should start earlier so that produces can be sold to the European and world market on time, generating income.
In Black Oil, the industry declined by 1.6 percent, whereas the White Oil industry declined by 1.9 percent.
Tenders are invited for Road transportation of black oil ex- vizag, vishakapatnam
In their view, this is going to deal yet another blow on the Macedonian agriculture following the enormous increase in the black oil price.
Despite the companys market share in the Black Oil and White Oil segments stood at 82.2 percent and 54.7 percent, respectively contributing to an overall market share of 68.4 percent, the official said.
In the period under review, industry's volumes for Black Oil reduced by 8%, whereas, White Oil grew by 4% reflecting an increase in PMG consumption of 22% while a decline of 1% was recorded in HSD demand.
Asked whether the Government would make black oil intervention, Stavreski said interventions had been made wherever possible.
Industry consumes 81,000 tons of black oil or 26,000 tons of extra light fuel a year.
Despite financial challenges and economic slow down, PSO maintained its leadership in the White and Black Oil market segments with market shares of 55.3pc and 88.2pc respectively.
The Ministry of Oil decided to extend the processing of brick factories with black oil fuel until the first of next March.
Expression Of Interest For Road Transportation Of Bulk Petroleum Products- Black Oil