Contents

- 1 How many therms are in a gallon of fuel oil?
- 2 How do you calculate gas per gallon?
- 3 How many gallons of oil equal a cord of wood?
- 4 What has more BTU diesel or kerosene?
- 5 How many MMBtu is a barrel of oil?
- 6 Are oil furnace capacities expressed in output?
- 7 How many BTUs is jet fuel?
- 8 How many BTU does it take to heat a gallon of water?
- 9 What’s more expensive propane or natural gas?
- 10 How much does it cost to fill a 500 gallon propane tank?

## How many therms are in a gallon of fuel oil?

1 gallon [U.S.] of distillate no. 2 fuel oil to therm [U.S.] = 1.38907 therm [U.S.]

## How do you calculate gas per gallon?

To calculate GGE and DGE, the energy content of one gallon of gasoline or diesel is divided by the energy content of the comparison fuel. For example, conventional gasoline has an energy content of 116,090 Btus per gallon, while propane has an energy content of 84,250 Btus per gallon.

## How many gallons of oil equal a cord of wood?

Wood: One full cord of wood has the heat value of 95 gallons of oil.

## What has more BTU diesel or kerosene?

Kerosene also contains less BTU’s (British Thermal Units) than diesel fuel. This means that using kerosene leads to reduced fuel efficiency and engine performance. Specifically, kerosene has a BTU content of about 130,000 per gallon while diesel has an average of 140,000 per gallon.

## How many MMBtu is a barrel of oil?

A standard barrel of oil is 42 gallons of crude and equals 5.8 million Btu, while 100 cubic feet of natural gas comes in at 103,700 Btu.

## Are oil furnace capacities expressed in output?

The heating (bonnet) capacity of oil heating appliances is the steady-state heat output of the furnace, measured in BTU/h. Typical oil-fired central heating appliances sold for home use today have heating capacities of between 56,000 and 150,000 BTU/h. Oil use is generally billed by the gallon.

## How many BTUs is jet fuel?

Jet fuel = 135,000 Btu/gallon.

## How many BTU does it take to heat a gallon of water?

A British Thermal Unit (BTU) is a measurement of heat energy. One BTU is the amount of heat energy required to raise one pound of water by 1ºF. Water weighs 8.33 pounds per gallon so we can calculate that one gallon of water requires 8.33 BTU to raise the temperature 1ºF.

## What’s more expensive propane or natural gas?

Propane is usually more expensive than natural gas, but the same amount produces about twice as much heat. In some areas, natural gas is more economical, and in others, propane costs less. Both types of fuel are more efficient and less expensive than electricity in many regions.

## How much does it cost to fill a 500 gallon propane tank?

Cost To Fill You can expect to pay an average of $600, or even more, to fill your 500 gallon propane tank. The total cost can vary based on the market price of propane at any given time. Many homeowners realize that this cost is worth it as a 500 gallon tank is enough to power all home appliances.