RFO

(redirected from Refined Furnace Oil)
AcronymDefinition
RFORange Forest Officer (India)
RFOReady for Occupancy
RFORefueling Outage (nuclear power)
RFORéseau France Outre-Mer (French: French Overseas Network)
RFORequest for Offer
RFORepublicans for Obama
RFORising Force Online (massive multiplayer online game)
RFORobert Ferguson Observatory (California)
RFOResidual Fuel Oil
RFORegularly Funded Organisation (UK)
RFOReason For Outage
RFORequest For Orders
RFORadio France Outremer (French: Overseas France Radio)
RFORecovery Field Office (USACE)
RFORecycled Fuel Oil
RFORiver Flood Outlook (various organizations)
RFORetained Foreign Object (healthcare)
RFOReady for Operations
RFOResponsible Finance Officer (UK)
RFORegional Field Office (USACE)
RFOResidual Frequency Offset
RFORestrictive Flow Orifice
RFORadio Flash Online
RFOReading Festival Online
RFORisk Factor Obesity (weight management program; University of California, Los Angeles)
RFOResponsible Federal Official
RFORight Foot Only (dance game)
RFORequest for Observation
RFORight Forward Outside Edge (ice skates)
RFORadio Frequency Oscillator
RFORemote Foreign Office
RFOReconfigurable Fusion Objects
RFOReserve Force Officer
RFORunners Feeding Others (Ohio)
RFORocky Flats (Operations) Office (Department Of Energy)
RFORelative Frequency Offset
RFORefined Furnace Oil
RFORequest for Outsourcing
RFORichard Friis-Olsen (UK medical supplies company)
RFORelief Flight Officer
RFORevue des Facultés Catholiques de l'Ouest
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As this figure also contains 6440 MW of hydro-generation, the rest 9,500 MW pertains to thermal generation through refined furnace oil (RFO) and gas.
Reliance on indigenous fuel will save billions of dollars currently being spent on importing expensive RFO (Refined Furnace Oil).
The power sector consumes about 700,000 tons of furnace oil per month of which 400,000 tons is imported and remaining 300,000 tons is produced by domestic refineries who purchase crude oil against cash payment but supply the refined furnace oil to the power companies that do not follow the payment schedule strictly resulting in stoppage of supplies.