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“It is one that's called a Btu tax which will help promote conservation and the use of the most clean and fuel efficient fuels.”
“Per capita energy consumption of the country is estimated at 14 million Btu, which is about the same as India's but only a fraction of other industrializing economies in the region such as Thailand and Malaysia, according to the US Dept of Energy 2006 report.”
“Some Democrats liken the situation to that of the 1993 "Btu" tax.”
“- High grade metallurgical coal having British Thermal Units ( "Btu") levels in excess of”
“Moreover, since food waste can contain as much as 70% water, it is not a high Btu fuel, and therefore is not well-suited for combustion.”
“Now, with supply shifting toward onshore shale fields, gas prices look flat for as far as the eye can see: Gas futures don't get above $6 per million Btu until December 2015.”
“In order to chill by each degree Fahrenheit, every pound of water has to lose a certain amount of heat: one Btu British thermal unit.”
“That one Btu per pound is a huge amount of heat energy.”
“While diesel contains around 140,000 Btu per gallon, and gasoline 115,000 Btu, denatured ethanol contains only 78,000 Btu per gallon.”
“Natural gas prices currently stand at around $5 per million British thermal units compared with a peak of near $14 a million Btu units in summer 2008.”
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