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At only 16.1 million BTU per cord, its abilities are far behind other more dense woods like oak.
"Several factories, including Ezz Steel, have not obtained natural gas for seven months as they refuse to buy it at the price of $7 per million Btu," the source added.
Following the transaction's close, Amtech expects to maintain BTU's presence in North Billerica, MA, and Shanghai.
The EIA said that total petroleum and natural gas hydrocarbon production estimates for the US and Russia for 2011 and 2012 were roughly equivalent, within one quadrillion Btu of one another.
The existing BTU rules were made to regulating affairs of the underwriters and balloters and share registrars despite the fact that both these intermediaries perform totally different functions.
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ONGC gets $ 1.79 per million Btu whereas private firms like Reliance Industries get $ 4.32 per million Btu
van der Wansem, BTU's chairman and chief executive officer.
After initial analysis on net energy ratio (energy output/ energy input) and energy cost ($/million BTUs), sensitivity analyses were performed to test the effect of hauling distance on net energy ratio and energy cost, and the effect of diesel price on energy cost.
"This is a historic day for our county, state, and country," says BTU President Pat Santeramo.
An air conditioner should always be selected by BTU rating, not horsepower.
Also, people speak of energy as though it were a big bowl of mashed potatoes, with any Btu easily interchangeable with any other Btu, no matter the source.