nonfuel

nonfuel

(ˌnɒnˈfjuːəl)
n
a type of energy not used for generating heat, power, or electricity
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Bastian said Delta plans to cut $1 billion in costs over the next several years and contain nonfuel cost growth to a range of flat to up 2% annually.
For example, in 1954 the United States was 100 percent import reliant for the supply of only eight nonfuel mineral commodities and by 1984 for 11 commodities.
is paving the way for a bigger presence in the domestic nonfuel business with the buyout of the local unit of Malaysia's Petronas group.
The vast majority of CO2 emissions come from fossil fuel combustion, with smaller amounts from the nonfuel use of fossil fuels, as well as from electricity generation using geothermal energy and non-biomass waste.
TA's convenience stores operate principally under the 'Minit Mart' brand name and offer gasoline fuelling as well as nonfuel products and services such as coffee, groceries, fresh food offerings and other convenience items.
In contrast, nonfuel commodity prices are expected to stabilize around recent levels.
KARACHI -- Shell Pakistan is expanding its nonfuel retail capabilities by leveraging its partnership with McDonald's.
Inflation is expected to remain subdued, slightly less than 3%, as food and nonfuel commodity prices decline further in 2015.
Inflation is expected to remain subdued, slightly less than 3 per cent, as food and nonfuel commodity prices decline further in 2015.
6 percent, according to the Industry Ministry report -- signaling that many industries are expanding production capacity in spite of lower nonfuel exports.
Growth in the use of biofuels, though modest, increases the incentive to develop applications for nonfuel materials produced in biorefineries.
In fact, according to the Utah Geological Survey, nonfuel and solid energy mineral production was valued at $5.