residual fuel oil


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residual fuel oil

[rə′zij·ə·wəl ′fyül ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Topped crude petroleum or viscous residuums from refinery operations; commercial grades of burner oils Nos. 5 and 6 are residual oils, and include the bunker fuels.
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Residual fuel oil supplied in April 1997 averaged 0.7 million barrels per day, 3 percent lower than both the previous month's rate and the April 1996 rate.
Residual fuel oil supplied in March 1997 averaged 0.8 million barrels per day, 20 percent lower than the previous month's rate and 6 percent lower than the March 1996 rate.
Residual fuel oil supplied in January 1997 averaged 0.9 million barrels per day, 7 percent higher than the previous month's rate but 10 percent lower than the January 1996 rate.
The price indices for May 3 show premium leaded petrol prices up to Euro 215.13 per 1,000 litres (compared with Euro 210.20 on April 19); the price of residual fuel oil prices increased to Euro 99.95/tonne (compared with 95.28 on April 19).
EU heating gasoil prices also rose to Euro 159.24 a tonne (compared with Euro 154.18 on March 22), while residual fuel oil prices increased to Euro 91.72/tonne (compared with 88.68 on March 22).
EU heating gasoil prices also rose to Euro 154.18 a tonne (compared with Euro 144.29 on March 8), while residual fuel oil prices increased to Euro 88.68/tonne (compared with 85.26 on March 8).
And finally, EU residual fuel oil prices also rose, albeit very slightly, to reach an average of Euro 85.26 per1,000 litres on March 8.
EU residual fuel oil prices also dipped to reach an average of Euro 84.86 per1,000 litres on February 22, compared with 86.,64 two weeks earlier.
The same applies to residual fuel oil which stood at Euro 86.64 /tonne (against 91.64 on January 25).
EU residual fuel oil prices also dipped to reach an average of Euro 91.64 per1,000 litres on January 25, compared with 89.90 two weeks earlier.