British thermal unit

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a unit of heat equal to the amount of heat required to raise one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit at one atmosphere pressure

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The thermal conversion factors presented in the following tables can be used to estimate the heat content in British thermal units (Btu) of a given amount of energy measured in physical units, such as barrels or cubic feet.
The government has raised gas prices for cement factories to $8 per million British Thermal Units (BTUs) compared to $6 previously, while fuel oil increased from EGP 1,500 to EGP 2,250 per tonne.
50 per million British Thermal Units, giving a final price of around $10 per million British Thermal Units, compared with the current price of $18 per million British Thermal Units for LNG.
21 per million British thermal units (mmBtu), Ahmed Dares was quoted as saying in state-run newspaper The previous price of $1.
36) per million British Thermal Units (BTU) for the current gas production and USD 6 per million BTU for future gas from unconventional deposits.
In Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil producer, gas costs about 75 cents a million British thermal units.
50 per thousand British Thermal Units, which includes the associated liquids, those being naphtha, propane and butane.
00 per million British thermal units in a quiet market ahead of the New Year holiday, analysts and traders said on Friday
The government will now charge Rs 95 per one million British thermal units (MMBTU) for the consumption of zero to 100 cubic metres of gas, Rs 190 per MMBTU for 100 to 300 cubic metres of gas, Rs 800 per MMBTU for 300 to 500 cubic metres of gas and Rs 1,006 per MMBTU for 500 and above cubic metres of gas per month.
According to DOE, one million British thermal units (Btus) of natural gas will cost an estimated $12.
primaries creating aluminum from raw materials would save 1 trillion British thermal units of energy per year.
The MRF uses an energy recovery ventilation system that recycles British thermal units to heat the building, recycling two-thirds to three-quarters of its energy.
Hunter Manufacturing has released a new multi-fuel tent heater, the MTH-150, which can provide 120,000 British Thermal Units per hour of safe, breathable air for up to 17 hours of continuous operation before manual refuelling, although the unit can be attached to a remote bulk fuel supply to alleviate this chore.
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