Btu per gallon of fuel oil 2

100,000 BTU = 1 therm and there are about 135,000 BTU in one US gallon of #2 Fuel Oil, the most common type for home heating. Therefore, 1 US gallon of fuel oil contains 1.35 therms.

1 gallon = 120,333 Btu 2: Diesel fuel: 1 gallon = 137,381 Btu: Heating oil: 1 gallon = 138,500 Btu: Propane: 1 gallon = 91,333 Btu : Wood: 1 cord = 20,000,000 Btu 3: 1 Btu factors are for end-use consumption in 2018 from Monthly Energy Review, May 2019, excluding wood. 2 Finished motor gasoline sold at retail in the United States, including fuel ethanol content. Heating Oil has 138,690 BTUs per gallon. Natural Gas has 1,030 BTUs per cubic foot. 135 Cubic feet equals the heat content of one gallon of oil. Kerosene has 131,890 BTUs per gallon. 1.05 gallons equals the heat content of one gallon of oil. Propane has 91,500 BTUs per gallon. 1.52 gallons equals the heat of one gallon of oil. Fuel Energy Content & Conversions. The exact values will vary depending on the quality of the fuel and in some cases the pressure. Propane 1 gallon = 91,500 BTU 1 cubic foot = 2,500 BTU 1 pound = 21,500 BTU 4.24 lbs = 1 gallon 36.39 cubic feet = 1 gallon Natural Gas 1 cubic foot = 1,050 BTU Gasoline 1 pound = 19,000 BTU 1 gallon = 125,000 BTU 1 In this case, you should know that 1 cubic foot of propane equals 2,500 BTU; 1 cubic foot of natural gas equals 1,050 BTU; 1 gallon of gasoline equals 125,000 BTU; one gallon of diesel equals 139,200 BTU; and one gallon of number 2 oil equals 138,500 BTU; while the same quantity of number 6 oil equals 153,200 BTU. BTU Values for fuels and chemicals Fuel Type BTUs 2 Cycle Oil 138,000 BTU / Gallon #2 Diesel Fuel (40 Cetane) 133,000 BTU / Gallon #2 Diesel Fuel (45 Cetane) 129,000 BTU / Gallon #1 Diesel Fuel (53 Cetane) 126,000 BTU / Gallon Conventional gasoline 116,090 BTU / Gallon Propane 84,250 BTU / Gallon • One million Btu’s is the heat equivalent of approximately 7 gallons of No. 2 heating oil or kerosene, 293 kWh of electricity, 976 cubic feet of natural gas, 11 gallons of propane, 125 pounds of air-dried wood, 121 pounds of pellets, or 71 pounds of coal.

The conversions to the most popular heating oils are listed above. To convert gallons of oil to dekatherms replace the BTU's / Gallon with the correct BTU's 

2. Unit cost of heating fuel. That is, the amount of money the fuel costs per unit of measure Fuel oil, a liquid, is typically sold by the gallon; stick wood, a solid material, For example one gallon of kerosene will produce 135,000 Btu of energy  9 Jan 2018 2 are very similar and, in some cases, can be interchanged. Unit) of energy per gallon, the same as heating oil's 139,000 Btu per gallon. Landfill gas, 500 Btu/cu ft. Butane, 3,200 Btu/cu ft, 130,000 Btu/gal. Methanol, 57,000 Btu/gal. Ethanol, 76,000 Btu/gal. Fuel Oil. Kerosene. 135,000 Btu/gal. #2. A BTU or British Thermal Unit is the standard in which Heating Oil, Kerosene, and 1 gallon of #2 Heating Oil can produce approximately 140,000 BTUs, and 1 all get calculated into how many BTU's per hour it takes to heat your house. This is handy information when calculating the value of condensate. Fuel. Average Heating Value. Fuel Oil. Kerosine. 134,000 BTU/gal. No. 2 

2. Unit cost of heating fuel. That is, the amount of money the fuel costs per unit of measure Fuel oil, a liquid, is typically sold by the gallon; stick wood, a solid material, For example one gallon of kerosene will produce 135,000 Btu of energy 

2. Unit cost of heating fuel. That is, the amount of money the fuel costs per unit of measure Fuel oil, a liquid, is typically sold by the gallon; stick wood, a solid material, For example one gallon of kerosene will produce 135,000 Btu of energy  9 Jan 2018 2 are very similar and, in some cases, can be interchanged. Unit) of energy per gallon, the same as heating oil's 139,000 Btu per gallon. Landfill gas, 500 Btu/cu ft. Butane, 3,200 Btu/cu ft, 130,000 Btu/gal. Methanol, 57,000 Btu/gal. Ethanol, 76,000 Btu/gal. Fuel Oil. Kerosene. 135,000 Btu/gal. #2. A BTU or British Thermal Unit is the standard in which Heating Oil, Kerosene, and 1 gallon of #2 Heating Oil can produce approximately 140,000 BTUs, and 1 all get calculated into how many BTU's per hour it takes to heat your house.

x No. 2 fuel oil | 19,500 BTU/lb (141,000-142,000 BTU/US gallon or 0.295 US gallons per boiler hp/hr) x No. 5 fuel oil (light residual) = 18,500 to 19,000 BTU/lb (148,000- 149,000 BTU/US gallon, or 0.280 US gallon per boiler hp/hr)

2. Unit cost of heating fuel. That is, the amount of money the fuel costs per unit of measure Fuel oil, a liquid, is typically sold by the gallon; stick wood, a solid material, For example one gallon of kerosene will produce 135,000 Btu of energy  9 Jan 2018 2 are very similar and, in some cases, can be interchanged. Unit) of energy per gallon, the same as heating oil's 139,000 Btu per gallon. Landfill gas, 500 Btu/cu ft. Butane, 3,200 Btu/cu ft, 130,000 Btu/gal. Methanol, 57,000 Btu/gal. Ethanol, 76,000 Btu/gal. Fuel Oil. Kerosene. 135,000 Btu/gal. #2.

#2 Fuel Oil (BTUs/gallon), Btu/gal, %, Btu/gal. Kerosene (BTUs/gallon), Btu/gal, % Fuel, Fuel required for 1 million Btu's, Average cost/unit, Total cost per 100 

9 Jan 2018 2 are very similar and, in some cases, can be interchanged. Unit) of energy per gallon, the same as heating oil's 139,000 Btu per gallon.

Natural gas, crude oil and heating oil prices have shown some declines since summarizes the basic pollutant emission factors for natural gas, #2 oil and #6 oil. 140,000 BTU/gallon 132,000 BTU per Gallon 7.576 Gallons per Million BTU.