The IEA also lowered its estimate for consumption growth in diesel and heavy gas oils by 55,000 bpd.
What does HGO stand for?
HGO stands for Heavy Gas Oil
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 17 other meanings of HGO in our Acronym Attic
- Hugo Gene Nomenclature Committee
- Human Gene Nomenclature Committee
- Hitachi-GE (General Electric) Nuclear Energy, Ltd. (Japan)
- Hartford Geriatric Nursing Initiative
- Heart Gallery of New Jersey (to raise awareness about foster children)
- Hypotheek Groep Noord Nederland (Dutch: Group Mortgage Northern Ireland)
- Hulbert Gold Newsletter Sentiment Index
- Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test
- Het Groot Niet Te Vermijden (Dutch: The Grand Failure to Avoid; band)
- Hayes, Grebogi and Ott
- Hepatic Glucose Output
- Hidalgo (postcode, Mexico)
- Hip-Guided Orthosis
- Mercury Oxide
- Health Goals, Objectives and Indicators (South Africa)
- Haven Gateway Partnership (est. 2001; UK)
- Hepatic Glucose Production (net release of glucose from the liver)
- High Gas Pressure
- Holiday Giving Program (various organizatins)
- Holy Ghost Preparatory (School)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Thus, no additional energy is required to produce medium pressure steam, as it is generated at the account of the heavy gas oil energy.
natural gas, natfa, kerocene, heavy gas oil, and residue.
In addition to the installation of a new crude and vacuum distillation unit, expansion plans call for the construction of infrastructure and other process units with the following design capacities: a 44,000 bpd delayed coker, a 70,000 bpd heavy gas oil hydrocracker, a 65,000 bpd reformer and a 47,000 bpd kerosene hydrotreater.
The EU agreed to maintain the parity between sulphur levels in red diesel and other heavy gas oils.
The EU Conciliation Committee has agreed to maintain the parity between the sulphur levels for red diesel used for agricultural tractors and off-road machinery and that for other heavy gas oils.
The bitumen is currently upgraded in two Fluid Cokers anti an LC-Finer (ebullated-bed hydrocracker) followed by hydrotreatment of naphtha, light gas oil (LGO), and heavy gas oil (HGO).
Today, 96 Kellogg Millisecond furnaces are in operation at 16 locations worldwide, processing feedstocks ranging from ethane and LPG to naphthas and heavy gas oils.