Crude oil with low sulfur content which is less corrosive, burns cleaner, and requires less processing to yield valuable products.
Crude petroleum containing very little sulfur.
crude oil with a low sulfur content.
Crude oil that has a low sulphur content. Typically refined into gasoline and is in high demand.
crude oil containing a relatively low percentage by weight of sulphur â€“ typically less than 0.5%.
Crude oil with a low sulphur content.
Petroleum with a low sulfur content. The industry generally puts a maximum of 0.5 weight percent sulfur on sweet crude.
crude oil that is free of sulphur compounds.
Usually a crude oil that has a sulfur content that is 0.5% or less by weight. Lower sulfur content improves the quality of the resulting refined products, and sweet crudes do not require as much processing as sour crudes. They are referred to as sweet because of the absence of an unpleasant sulfur smell.