Translation of gas oil in Spanish:

gas oil

gas-oil, n.


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    gas-oil masculine
    gasóleo masculine
    • The coast guard said the semi-submersible, 5,000 tonne ship was carrying 250 tonnes of heavy fuel oil, 30 tonnes of gas oil and 11,000 litres of lubricant oil.
    • If she is found to be sound, she will return to East London to discharge the rest of her gas oil and, if needed, be repaired in the drydock.
    • However, its fuel consumption was greater and it relied on gas oil and not fuel oil which is cheaper.
    • These run their own refineries which are geared towards production of lighter products such as gas oil and petrol, rather than fuel oil.
    • Hydrogen ions found within the channels attach themselves to the gas oil molecules and cause them to break, or crack, into smaller hydrocarbon molecules, including gasoline.
    • When used for heating and by residences, gas oil and kerosene will be subject to an excise duty of 50 leva for 1000 litres.
    • The excise duties on petrol, gas oil and propane-butane will be changed again before 2007.
    • Preferences will be available for industrial uses of certain fuels and gas oil will be marked to prevent abuses of the differentiated tax rates.
    • Fractures were found on the decks of the 211-metre, Japanese-built ship carrying 56,000 tonnes of vacuum gas oil.
    • The Belize-registered ship was carrying 1,950 tons of gas oil.
    • Crime syndicates in the area were believed to be targeting vessels carrying valuable palm oil and gas oil.
    • The gas oil is then fed into the boiler and burnt.
    • All fuels are down except for the diesel fuel, Eurodiesel and gas oil.
    • The 122-metre vessel was carrying 58 tons of heavy fuel, 60 tons of marine gas oil and 8 tons of lube oil.
    • Numerous explosions have been sighted on the abandoned ship, which was carrying some 1100 tons of fuel oil, 225 tons of gas oil as well as unspecified Class 3 hazardous cargo.
    • A decision on whether to remove the gas oil was due to be made after the surveyors completed their report.
    • The salvors would begin pumping 58 tons of heavy duty oil and 60 tons of gas oil from the 6500-ton heavy lift cargo ship tomorrow, he said.
    • Its licence was renewed in August permitting it to import 30,000 tonnes of gas oil a year.
    • A spokesman said that would only occur if any of the substances, including kerosene, diesel, gas oil and gasoline, were to escape from the site.
    • On Thursday, salvors started moving the marine gas oil into containers on the ship, then airlifting these by helicopter to shore, where it is decanted into a big roadside tanker.