Traducción de fuel oil en Español:

fuel oil

fuel, n.


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    fuel masculino
    fuel-oil masculino
    • An oil slick was found in the Pacific Ocean off Kochi Prefecture on Sunday and the coast guard office in Kobe later concluded the oil is a mixture of fuel oil and engine lubricant.
    • These run their own refineries which are geared towards production of lighter products such as gas oil and petrol, rather than fuel oil.
    • Refiners were forced to market other oil products, such as fuel oil for powering ships.
    • It also introduced a rationing program involving products such as tires, gasoline, fuel oil and sugar.
    • On 16 August 1945 it removed them from petrol, fuel oil, and processed foods, and by the end of the year very few remained.
    • Blades should be kept free of pitch with kerosene, fuel oil or mineral spirits.
    • In addition to 3,140m3 of benzene, the vessel was carrying 105 tonnes of fuel oil and diesel.
    • The car bomb was believed to be made of a potent mix of dynamite, ammonium nitrate and a petroleum product such as fuel oil, a US intelligence official said in Washington.
    • Next, a drilling rig drills a series of holes in the face, and a mixture of ammonium nitrate and fuel oil is pneumatically placed into the holes.
    • Just ask the lady who has to wash the sweat, fuel oil, lube oil, grease, grime, dirt and smells from my uniforms.
    • First Choice was prepared to supply oil lubricant products on credit, but not gasoline or diesel fuel oil.
    • More than a dozen refineries were built in the Caribbean to export residual fuel oil and other products to the United States.
    • The most likely methods are electrolysis or production from fossil fuels, such as natural gas or fuel oil.
    • However, the firm sees increasing benefits in making overseas investments on fuel oil and other petroleum products.
    • Most US power plants are fueled by coal, fuel oil, and natural gas, the only fuels available in sufficient quantities to meet the demand.
    • The refined products, to include gasoline, kerosene, diesel and fuel oil, are intended for Indonesian domestic consumption.
    • Portable fan-forced air heaters come in models that operate on fuel oil, kerosene or propane gas.
    • Common fuels used for this purpose are: electricity, propane, natural gas, kerosene, fuel oil, wood and wood pellets.
    • The common fuels burned in these appliances are natural or LP gas, fuel oil, kerosene, wood, or coal.
    • Both diesel engines operate on No. 2 fuel oil, carried in two 200-gallon tanks.