European designation for #2 heating oil which also may include diesel fuel.
a petroleum distillate with a boiling range between those of DIESEL and ATMOSPHERIC TOWER residue.
an oil formed through distillation of petroleum of intermediate boiling range and viscosity
General term describing any distillable refinery stream boiling above about 350° F. Diesel, turbine, and jet fuels are blended from gas oils. Higher boiling gas oils are called heavy.
a middle distillate and form of heating oil used primarily in heating and air conditioning systems. One of the most actively traded oil products, gas oil is the underlying in a key International Petroleum Exchange futures contract. In refining terms, gas oil comes between fuel oil and the lighter products such as naphtha and gasoline. In its broader definition, it covers the oil products used for diesel automotive fuel and jet fuel.
a medium distillate oil, used to produce diesel fuel and to burn in central heating systems.
A medium-distilled oil from the refining process. Often used in diesel fuel.
European and Asian designation for No. 2 heating oil and No. 2 diesel fuel.
A heavier middle-distillate product that is produced at higher temperatures than kerosene and lower temperatures than residual fuel. Usually used as diesel fuel or home heating oil.