oil tanker


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oil tanker

[′ȯil ‚taŋk·ər]
(naval architecture)
A very large ship which carries crude oil or other petroleum products in big tanks.
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The general body of the PVMA has demanded of the oil tankers association to cut fares by 10 per cent from February 01, 2015.
It added that the delivery is included in the Phase III of the firm's plan to renovate its tanker fleet which includes four massive oil tankers, an oil product tanker and four double hull oil product tankers.
The new giant oil tanker is 330 meters long and 60 meters wide, and has a draft of 22.
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The gunmen also attacked two Nato-owned oil tankers in Nasirabad District in Baluchistan and set them to fire.
Passengers faced problems as the busy Kabul- Jalalabad Highway remained closed for four hours due to a militant attack on oil tankers on Tuesday.
12), you learned that the United States regularly imports oil from foreign countries, and oil tankers are usually used to deliver the crude oil to our shores.
The oil tanker hit and badly damaged the semi-detached house shortly before midday.