Marine Diesel Oil (MDO) is a type of fuel oil and is a blend of gasoil and heavy fuel oil, with less gasoil than intermediate fuel oil used in the maritime field.
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... In the maritime field another type of classification is used for fuel oils MGO (Marine gas oil) - roughly equivalent to No. 2 fuel oil, made from distillate only MDO (Marine diesel oil) - A blend of heavy gasoil that may contain very small amounts of black refinery feed. 6 fuel oil Marine diesel oil contains some heavy fuel oil, unlike regular diesels ...
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