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Kerosene
Kerosene Prices
C9 – C14+
K1 (maximum of 0.04% wt sulfur content); K2 (maximum of 0.30% wt sulfur content)
Kerosene is used mainly as fuel for jet and rocket engines; fuel for heating and lighting; fuel for cooking; lubricant; organic solvent.
iso-octane; n-nonane; n-decane; iso-decane; n-undecane; iso-undecane; deodorised kerosene; and naphthenic acid.
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Kerosene (a.k.a. Paraffin Oil) is a hydrocarbon mixed fuel, containing mostly paraffins but also 7-8% aromatic content. It is a pale yellow or colorless liquid that can be obtained from crude oil as a specific fractional distillate. Because of its use in lamps, kerosene was the major refinery product for several decades until the advent of the electric lamp in 1878.
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Intratec provides Kerosene prices in several countries, as follows:

Kerosene Prices

Historical & Forecast Data in Several Countries

Intratec provides Kerosene pricing data, covering 13 years of historical prices and forecasts. Kerosene is included in Oil, Gas & Derivatives coverage of Commodity Price Database, a best-in-class database covering prices of as many as 218 commodities, across several countries. See a sample below or register for free to see much more.

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Chart Description. Intratec provides Kerosene prices in several countries, as follows:

  • United States Flag United States: spot, FOB US Gulf Coast, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • China Flag China: export price, FOB, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Brazil Flag Brazil: import price, CIF, from Jan 2008 to Feb 2020; export price, FOB, from Mar 2020 to present, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Netherlands Flag Netherlands: export price, FOB, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Australia Flag Australia: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Morocco Flag Morocco: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)

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  • Final: Calculations done utilizing official statistics.
  • Preliminary: Estimates based on non-consolidated data, which will be recalculated/revised as consolidated data become available.
  • Forecast: Estimates of what Intratec considers to be the most probable scenario for the upcoming months, as of the date such forecasts are updated.

About Kerosene. Kerosene (a.k.a. Paraffin Oil) is a hydrocarbon mixed fuel, containing mostly paraffins but also 7-8% aromatic content. It is a pale yellow or colorless liquid that can be obtained from crude oil as a specific fractional distillate. Because of its use in lamps, kerosene was the major refinery product for several decades until the advent of the electric lamp in 1878.

Commercial Grades. K1 (maximum of 0.04% wt sulfur content); K2 (maximum of 0.30% wt sulfur content)

Uses. Kerosene is used mainly as fuel for jet and rocket engines; fuel for heating and lighting; fuel for cooking; lubricant; organic solvent.

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Raw Materials & Production Processes.

  • Crude oil (distillation)

Derivatives. iso-octane; n-nonane; n-decane; iso-decane; n-undecane; iso-undecane; deodorised kerosene; and naphthenic acid.

Chemical Formula. C9 – C14+

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