February 1999

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HPInternet: Bunkerworld.com

At the bottom of the barrel – after all the jet fuel, gasoline, diesel, and petrochemical and lube oil feedstocks have been removed at the refinery – there are still the bottoms, residual fu..

Crowley, B., Competitive Analysis Technologies

At the bottom of the barrel – after all the jet fuel, gasoline, diesel, and petrochemical and lube oil feedstocks have been removed at the refinery – there are still the bottoms, residual fuel oil and bunker fuel. Residual fuel oil is often called "black oil" in the U.S. It is also called "Bunker C," which is a residual fuel oil of 500-cSt viscosity. The marine industry depends on this bottom-of-the-barrel product to fuel boilers in marine vessels. Bunkerworld.com (http://www.bunkerworld.com/) is the online resource center for the international marine fuels industry. This site contains more than 6,500 pages of information about bunker suppliers, traders and brokers, as wel

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