Heating oil definition

Heating oil means petroleum that is No. 1, No. 2, No. 4-light, No. 4-heavy, No. 5-light, No. 5-heavy, and No. 6 technical grades of fuel oil; other residual fuel oils (including Navy Special Fuel Oil and Bunker C); and other fuels when used as substitutes for one of these fuel oils. Heating oil is typically used in the operation of heating equipment, boilers, or furnaces.
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Heating oil means petroleum that is No. 1, No. 2, No. 4--light, No. 4--heavy, No. 5--light, No. 5-- heavy, and No. 6 technical grades of fuel oil; other residual fuel oils (including Navy Special Fuel Oil and Bunker C); and other fuels when used as substitutes for one of these fuel oils. Heating oil is typically used in the operation of heating equipment, boilers, or furnaces.
Heating oil means any combustible liquid, including but not limited to dyed #1 fuel oil, dyed #2 fuel oil, and kerosene, that is burned in a boiler, furnace, or stove for heating or for industrial processing purposes.

Examples of Heating oil in a sentence

Heating oil is typically used in the operation of heating equipment, boilers, or furnaces.

Heating oil, kerosene or liquefied petroleum gas contracts or other similar commitments that allow the dealer to purchase, at a fixed price, heating oil, kerosene or liquefied petroleum gas in an amount not less than 75% of the maximum number of gallons that the dealer is committed to deliver pursuant to all prepaid contracts entered into by the dealer;[PL 2005, c.

Heating oil sales" means the retail sale of #2 fuel oil used for heating residential, industrial or commercial space or water.[PL 1991, c.

Heating oil is a necessity and there is a limit to which consumers can respond to higher prices by greater conservation.

Heating oil means petroleum that is No. 1, No. 2, No. 4—light, No. 4—heavy, No. 5—light, No. 5—heavy, and No. 6 technical grades of fuel oil; other residual fuel oils (including Navy Special Fuel Oil and Bunker C); and other fuels when used as substitutes for one of these fuel oils.


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Heating oil means petroleum that is No. 1, No. 2, No. 4—light, No. 4—heavy, No. 5—light, No. 5—heavy, and No. 6 technical grades of fuel oil; other residual fuel oils including navy special fuel oil and bunker C; and other fuels when used as substitutes for 1 of these fuel oils.
Heating oil means No. 1, No. 2, No. 4, No. 5, or No. 6, technical grades of fuel oil, other residual fuel oil, including bunker C and/or other fuels, except motor fuels or waste oils, when used as substitutes for any of these fuel oils used for the purpose of producing heat (e.g., burned in a furnace).
Heating oil means a motor fuel including dyed diesel fuel that is burned in a boiler, furnace, or stove for heating, agricultural, or industrial processing purposes.
Heating oil means any petroleum based fuel used in the operation of heating equipment, boilers, or furnaces.
Heating oil means petroleum that is No. 1, No. 2, No. 4-light, No. 4-heavy, No.
Heating oil means a predominantly liquefied petroleum product at ambient temperatures, that is sold as a commodity and is a primary source of residential heating or domestic hot water, including products known as #2 oil (heating oil), #1 oil (kerosene), #4 oil, bio fuels, or any bio fuel blended with conventionally refined fossil fuel commodities and that meets the requirements of the American Society for Testing and Materials Standard D396, as amended from time to time;
Heating oil means] Heating oil. The term “heating oil” means oil refined for the purpose of use as fuel for combustion in a heating system and that meets the specifications of ASTM designation D 396-12 or other specifications as determined by the commissioner.