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    Oils - Fuel in Posen

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    Business Listing   Gas City - Posen, IL - Phone: (708) 388-9208

    Business Listing   Kedzie Citgo - Posen, IL - Phone: (708) 388-1661

    Business Listing   Nash Petroleum Inc - Posen, IL - Phone: (708) 389-2123

    Business Listing   Petroleum Kanisa - Posen, IL - Phone: (708) 385-0940

    Business Listing   Posen Oil Terminal Inc - Posen, IL - Phone: (708) 389-7800

    Business Listing   U S Petroleum Mart Inc - Posen, IL - Phone: (708) 371-8107

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    Helpful Definition for: Oils - Fuel

    Oils can be used for different purposes in different areas. One of the uses of oils can be in the form of fuels. Gasoline, fuel oil and diesel fuel are all products of petroleum and are used as fuels. Gasoline is lighter than fuel oil and diesel, and evaporates quickly. Diesel is a natural choice for fuel in Posen as its cost is low and it is not as volatile asgasoline. Fuel oil in Posen is used mainly as fuel for residential use. It finds its use in some industrial applications also.

    Oil companies and plants in Posen produce gasoline, diesel and fuel oils from crude oil and natural gas, after carrying out different steps of processing and development.

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