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Amount: 1 one-million British Thermal Unit (mmBTU) of energy
Equals: 0.036 tons of coal equivalent (TCE) in energy

Converting one-million British Thermal Unit to tons of coal equivalent value in the energy units scale.

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How many tons of coal equivalent are in 1 one-million British Thermal Unit? The answer is: 1 mmBTU equals 0.036 TCE

0.036 TCE is converted to 1 of what?

The tons of coal equivalent unit number 0.036 TCE converts to 1 mmBTU, one one-million British Thermal Unit. It is the EQUAL energy value of 1 one-million British Thermal Unit but in the tons of coal equivalent energy unit alternative.

mmBTU/TCE energy conversion result
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1 mmBTU = 0.036 TCE

Conversion chart - one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent

1 one-million British Thermal Unit to tons of coal equivalent = 0.036 TCE

2 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.072 TCE

3 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.11 TCE

4 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.14 TCE

5 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.18 TCE

6 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.22 TCE

7 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.25 TCE

8 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.29 TCE

9 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.32 TCE

10 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.36 TCE

11 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.40 TCE

12 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.43 TCE

13 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.47 TCE

14 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.50 TCE

15 one-million British Thermal Units to tons of coal equivalent = 0.54 TCE

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Convert energy of one-million British Thermal Unit (mmBTU) and tons of coal equivalent (TCE) units in reverse from tons of coal equivalent into one-million British Thermal Units.

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With this energy units pair converter, a difference between two energy units are calculated to work out their corresponding equivalent values.

Converter type: energy units

First unit: one-million British Thermal Unit (mmBTU) is used for measuring energy.
Second: ton of coal equivalent (59°F) (TCE) is unit of energy.

QUESTION:
15 mmBTU = ? TCE

ANSWER:
15 mmBTU = 0.54 TCE

Abbreviation, or prefix, for one-million British Thermal Unit is:
mmBTU
Abbreviation for ton of coal equivalent (59°F) is:
TCE

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