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feedstock

[′fēd‚stäk]
(engineering)
The raw material furnished to a machine or process.
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Over the past years, the government has instructed power plants and refineries to use gas instead of polluting feedstock as the gas output increases in the country's South Pars Gas field, Kordi said.
On this basis, there is clear inflationary pressure on UK PP prices to enable PP producers, who use C3 contract priced feedstock, to recover margins to a more 'normal' and sustainable level.
The feedstock supply this year has increased remarkably compared to that last year and there is no source of concern with regard to supply of feedstock to petrochemical facilities in different parts of the country, he added.
The next quarterly estimate regarding the Feedstock Flexibility Program will occur prior to Jan.
As stated earlier, gasification is flexible in terms of feedstock it can process.
Based on this, sustained weakness in oil prices will continue to undermine the profitability of GCC petrochemical producers, especially those fully integrated with upstream or taking advantage of preferentially priced feedstock allocations.
The second project, al-Chemeya, will use propane feedstock to produce propylene and derivatives.
Surfactant agent acts as a bridge between the metallic powder and the other constituents to enhance the homogeneity of the feedstock as well as the mixing properties.
Asked whether there was any specific reason for designing the complex based on a mixed feedstock, al-Mulla said, "With advanced technology available today we can go in for a petrochemical complex with a mixed feedstock.
Securing non-edible "sustainable" biofuels feedstock has been identified by global energy majors as a key ingredient to future biofuels projects.
ob) said on Monday that the company has entered into a feedstock supply agreement for its planned cellulosic ethanol facility in Fulton, Mississippi.
The company's ability to obtain local feedstock is the key to controlling the cost of producing biodiesel, said President and CEO Sydney Harland, who added that, consequently, Global Earth Energy plans "to establish relationships with local feedstock suppliers in North Carolina, a state with heavy concentrations of agriculture and meat processors.