These terms i learnt are types of fuel but i dont know what each letter stands for.
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2 Responses to “What is the meaning of these petroleum terms: AGO, DPK, PMS, JET A1.?”
AGO – Automotive Gas & Oils
DPK – Dual Purpose Kerosene. Actually it is multi-purpose kerosene for highway and non-highway use (turbine engines, farm equipment, railroad equipment, etc)
PMS – Premium Motor Spirit. Another name for gasoline.
Jet A1 – Common jet engine fuel with a lower freezing temperature than Jet-A