Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To eliminate sulfur from (petroleum, for example).

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  • v. To remove the sulfur from something (such as petroleum or flue gases).

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. remove sulfur from

Etymologies

de- +‎ sulfurize (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • These two are THE major players in the almost-unlimited oilsands of western Canada- where production is very expensive as they steam, seperate, process, desulfurize, and dilute for piplelines this product.

    Big Oil Sell Out? | RedState

  • SUF - News, a technology company with a patented ultrasound process designed to desulfurize liquid petroleum streams, announced today that it has executed Subscription Agreements on February 1, 2011 for the sale of 13,333,334 equity units at $0.15 per unit in a registered direct offering to two institutional investors resulting in gross proceeds of approximately $2 million.

  • In addition, policies favoring desulfurized power plants are being implemented, such as granting priority to those that connect to local grids, and allowing them to operate longer than plants that do not desulfurize.

    Energy Tribune

  • Amex:SUF), a technology company with a patented ultrasound process designed to desulfurize liquid petroleum streams, today provided the following update.

    SulphCo Provides Operational Update - Yahoo! Finance

  • Amex:SUF), a technology company with a patented ultrasound process designed to desulfurize liquid petroleum streams, announced today that it had finalized the execution of Subscription

    SulphCo Announces Registered Direct Offering of Common Stock - Yahoo! Finance

  • Amex:SUF), a technology company with a patented ultrasound process designed to desulfurize liquid petroleum streams, today reported that in view of the unusual market activity in the

    SulphCo Confirms That Its Policy is Not to Comment on Unusual Market Activity or Rumors - Yahoo! Finance

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