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  • n. Plural form of petajoule.

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Examples

  • The reaction of 1 kg of antimatter with 1 kg of matter would produce 1.8×1017 J (180 petajoules) of energy (by the equation E=mc²).

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  • In 1998 world production of ethanol was estimated at 18 billion litres (equivalent to 420 petajoules).

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  • · A district heating system in Kryukovo, Russia, that supplies almost 10 petajoules of heat was to a large extent manually controlled and monitored.

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  • It says the field was limited to 70 petajoules of gas annually, when it could have produced

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  • Wesfarmers Ltd division to supply as much as 60 petajoules of gas for John Brookes gas field offshore from Western Australia, which is a joint venture with Varanus Island gas hub in WA.

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  • ESSA produces seven million tons a year of salt, involving the evaporation of 190 million tons of water and the conservation of 5,000 petajoules (equivalent to 277 million kilowatt-hours) of energy.

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  • The Dawson Seamgas fields have certified (2) Proved (1P) gas reserves of 60 petajoules (PJ),

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  • The company did not alter its proven and probable gas reserve estimates of 1,520 petajoules at Narrabri, but it did flag an upgrade to resources at PEL 238 this year.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • The company has GIP potential across its CSG projects of over 13.8 Tcf and to date has certified net gas reserves of 2,360 petajoules (PJ) of 3P and 114 PJ of 2P.

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  • NZOG's share of the reserves increase is approximately 3 petajoules (PJ) of gas, 8,000 tonnes of LPG and 600,000 barrels of light oil.

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