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The power plant is fueled by natural gas and heavy fuel oil (mazut).
Many of the steamers use as fuel mazut or petroleum refuse.
The Russian origin mazut demands higher prices.
Roughly half of that production was semirefined into mazut, or heavy fuel oil, for use in electrical power plants, factory boilers, and the like.
As we have already seen, thirty-eight percent goes for electrical and other forms of power generation, and fortunately much of this is mazut.
In the United States and Western Europe, mazut is blended or broken down, with the end product being diesel.
Very Low Sulfur mazut is generally made from the lowest sulfur crude feedstocks.
Instead, the government is limiting how much fuel it buys, military vehicles are using much mazut and there is corruption in the government distribution system too.
In the West, furnaces that burn mazut are commonly called "waste oil" heaters or "waste oil" furnaces.
Low to high sulfur mazut is available from Russia and other CIS countries (Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan).
For instance, Mazut Trading Co, created by the Rothschild Frères in 1898, possessed 13 tankers in Caspian Sea alone.
The capacity for all the refineries in the designated zone was only one point two billion barrels in the whole of last year and much of that was astatki or mazut.
They bore designation of typová řada (type line) ČSD 555; several dozen were subsequently adapted, as the 555.3, to burn mazut, a large surplus of which was generated in Czechoslovak synthetic fuel plants by the Fischer-Tropsch method of producing petrol from brown coal, abundant here.