The heat value of a fuel refers to the amount of heat released during combustion. This is also referred to as calorific or energy value and is a measure of fuel’s energy density. We use the British Thermal Unit (BTU) to measure the heat value of different fuels and energy sources
Have you ever wondered how much heat is produced by different fuel sources? Priority Rental is here to help! Learn the heating value of natural gas, propane, gasoline, oil, and more. Check out our fuel BTU chart below to see the conversions and compare.
We hope our BTU chart gave you the information you needed about the energy content of your fuel.