oilfired

oilfired

(ˈɔɪlˌfaɪəd)
adj
(of central heating) using oil as fuel
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Of course there's a range cooker (oilfired), a butler sink and the cutest of Welsh dressers.
The fitted kitchen is naturally lit by large windows and contains an oilfired Stanley range cooker and electric oven.
The impressive dining kitchen has a range of hand-built units with sycamore and granite worktops, two pairs of french doors to the garden, as well as a four-oven oilfired Aga.
An inner hall leads to the dining room and to the breakfast kitchen, which has an oilfired Aga with electric companion, granite worktops, expansive modern white wood kitchen units and an original English Rose fitted kitchen that dates from the 1950s.
Continuing construction of coal and bunker oilfired power plants is evidence that our policymakers are still deeply enamored of fossil fuels in spite of scientific findings, including those by Germanwatch Climate Risk Index, that the Philippines is taking the worst brunt of a climate going haywire.
The company owned an oilfired power station with an installed capacity of 1,292 MW at Mouza Kund, Hub (Balochistan) and a 225 MW oilfired power station at Mouza Poong, Narowal (Punjab), he added.
Here a question arises why did the authorities decide to opt for oilfired stations when electricity could have been obtained from cheaper sources?
National emission standards for hazardous air pollutants from coal- and oilfired electric utility steam generating units and standards of performance for fossil-fuel-fired electric utility, industrial commercial-institutional, and small industrial-commercialinstitutional steam generating units; final rule.
The property benefits from oilfired central heating, mains water and electricity and septic tank drainage.
The kitchen has a Rayburn oilfired range, fitted units, original wall bread oven and door to courtyard.
Spacious and beautifully presented over three floors, the house also benefits from oilfired central heating and double glazing.