Fuel oil - Wikipedia

Fuel oil (also known as heavy oil, marine fuel, bunker, furnace oil, or gasoil) is a fraction obtained from petroleum distillation.It includes distillates - the lighter fractions, and residues - the heavier fractions.. The term fuel oil generally includes any liquid fuel that is burned in a furnace or boiler to generate heat, or used in an engine to generate power.

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Historical Review on VTT Fast Pyrolysis Bio-oil Production

Mar 17, 2021 · The review summarizes VTT fast pyrolysis development efforts from the past 40 years. The experimental work has included a large variety of feedstocks (biomasses, wastes, oil shale, and plastic residues) and a variety of products (heating oils, refinery feeds, transportation fuels, and chemicals). As a result of the constant turbulence on fossil oil prices and changing regulatory

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P2 Greenhouse Gas Calculator

Unit quantity of natural gas reduced * unit cost (user-specified or default value) = Dollars saved. The calculator formula converts all units to therms. Enter the tons of coal reduced. Enter the unit cost if known or leave blank to populate with national default value. The Savings column converts data entries into dollars saved.

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Nordisk Ministerråd - nordicenergyresearch2021-02

For boiler and combined heat and power plants, the PEC was 14.0 TWh, 22.0 TWh, and 13.7 TWh in EE, LV, and LT, respectively. For power plants, the PEC was 52.1 TWh in EE. The theoretical industrial excess heat potential was determined to be 3370 GWh (EE), 1199 GWh (LV), and 2490 GWh (LT), of which 2/3 can be supplied directly, and 1/3 via large

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Design Guidelines for an Optimum Scrubber System

----- EPA-600/Kefid8 January 1979 Design Guidelines for an Optimum Scrubber System by E.R. Kashdan and M.B. Ranade Research Triangle Institute P. O. Box 12194 Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709 Contract No. Kefid12 Task No. 52 Program Element No. EHE624A EPA Project Officer: Dale L. Harmon Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Office of Energy, Minerals, and Industry

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