Calorific value

Factor to convert an energy commodity of the physical unit into the unit of energy joule.
The calorific value for energy commodities:
Primary coals: variable
Anthracite: 29.3 TJ/mln kg
Coking coal: 28.631 TJ/mln kg
Steam coal variable between 23.5 and 25.3 TJ/mln kg, in 2016: 25.207 TJ/mln kg
Lignite: 20.0 TJ/mln kg
Coke-oven coke: 28.5 TJ/mln kg
Coke oven gas: 31.65 TJ/mln m3 ae
Blast furnace gas: 31.65 TJ/mln m3 ae
Coal tar: 41.9 TJ/mln kg
Crude oil: 42.7 TJ/mln kg
Natural gas liquids: 44.0 TJ/mln kg
Other hydrocarbons: 44.0 TJ/mln kg
Refinery gas: 45.1962 TJ/mln kg
Chemical waste gas: 45.1962 TJ/mln kg
LPG (incl. propane and butane): 45.1962 TJ/mln kg
Naphtha: 44.0 TJ/mln kg
Crude oil aromatics: 44.0 TJ/mln kg
Petroleum coke: 35.2 TJ/mln kg
Motor gasoline: variable between 41.2 and 42.3 TJ/mln kg
Aviation gasoline: 44.0 TJ/mln kg
Kerosene type jet fuel: 43.5 TJ/mln kg
Other kerosene: 43.1 TJ/mln kg
Heating and other gasoil: variable between 42.6 and 43.2 TJ/mln kg
Fuel oil: 41.0 TJ/mln kg
Lubricants: 41.4 TJ/mln kg
Bitumen: 41.9 TJ/mln kg
Other petroleum products: variable
Natural gas: 31.65 TJ/mln m3
Electricity: 3.6 TJ/mln kWh
Biogas: 31.65 TJ/mln m3 ae

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