oil refinery

NOUN
  1. a refinery for petroleum
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How To Use oil refinery In A Sentence

  • He was accused that while director of the Oil Refinery he defalcated $107 million.
  • Lonely Planet said Shetland is "pristine, wild and untamed" which is a dull sort of description, especially given that it has a bloody great oil refinery, with the fabulous name of Sullom Voe and which makes its council among the richest in the UK. Lonely Planet should have looked at Orkney as well as Shetland
  • A federal judge threw a monkey wrench into the project to build a new oil refinery on the river. He ordered the company to stop work until they had a better plan to guard against water pollution.
  • Ethiopia has an oil refinery, but derives most of its energy from firewood, charcoal, and dung.
  • But ethanol must be blended with gasoline at an oil refinery to make it usable as a fuel.
  • At the last, known as something unique and far better than the site of one more oil refinery, the village is not bought out. Christianity Today
  • The purpose of oil refinery is to refine crude petroleum.
  • He tapped a spot on the map with the rubber tip of his pointer - the synthetic oil refinery at Odertal, Germany.
  • Candidates with exposure to palm oil refinery mill are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • The dispute at the Lincolnshire oil refinery was a demand for special protection for British workers on the ground of their nationality rather than their productivity. Times, Sunday Times
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