Fuel refers to any material (but mostly liquid) that can be burned to make energy.

See also:
"Fuel" is in the NAICS Code "221112"
  (Fossil Fuel Electric Power GenerationElectric power generation , fossil fuel (e.g., coal , oil, gas))


"Fuel" is in the CPC Code "03130"
  Fuel wood, in logs, in billets, in twigs , in faggots or in similar forms

"Fuel" is in the HS Code "4401.10"
  - - Fuel wood, in logs, in billets, in twigs, in faggots or in similar forms

"Fuel" is in the UNSPSC Code "15101700"
  Fuel oil

Ref: 122294/2006-09-19

Fuel refers to a substance that can be economically burned to produce heat energy for domestic or industrial purposes. Fuels include compounds of carbon and hydrogen and exclude other substances that can be burned. Fuels can be subdivided into recent plant fuels, fossil fuels, such as peat and coal, and products of distillation of plant or fossil fuels. According to their state of aggregation , fuels can be subdivided into solid, liquid, and gaseous fuels.

-see also:
"Fuel" is in the NAICS Code "221112"
  (Fossil Fuel Electric Power GenerationPower generation, fossil fuel (e.g., coal, gas, oil), electric)


"Fuel" is in the CPC Code "0313"
  Fuel wood, in logs, in billets, in twigs, in faggots or in similar forms

"Fuel" is in the HS Code "4401"
  Fuel Wood, In Logs, In Billets, In Twigs, In Faggots Or In Similar Forms; Wood In Chips Or Particles

"Fuel" is in the UNSPSC Code "15000000"
  Fuel s and Fuel Additives and Lubricants and Anti corrosive Materials

Ref: 86230/2006-09-13


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