The government has raised gas prices for cement factories to $8 per million British Thermal Units (BTUs) compared to $6 previously, while fuel oil increased from EGP 1,500 to EGP 2,250 per tonne.
What does BTHU stand for?
BTHU stands for British Thermal Unit
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Samples in periodicals archive:
50 per million British Thermal Units, giving a final price of around $10 per million British Thermal Units, compared with the current price of $18 per million British Thermal Units for LNG.
US natural-gas prices have for months been below $4 per million British thermal units, down from nearly $14 per million British thermal units in July 2008.
In Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil producer, gas costs about 75 cents a million British thermal units.
The MRF uses an energy recovery ventilation system that recycles British thermal units to heat the building, recycling two-thirds to three-quarters of its energy.
4 trillion British thermal unit (BTU) to PLN to feed its gas fired power plants in South Sumatra.
Its heat output in British Thermal Units (BTUs) however, was considered too low to be effective at the time.
73 quadrillion British thermal units annually, according to the U.