How much % cheaper is natural gas than light crude oil in powering thermal plants for electricity?

Crude Oil (Brent) is about 0 / barrel (spot) with natural gas at .3 MM BTU. How do you find %

One Response to “How much % cheaper is natural gas than light crude oil in powering thermal plants for electricity?”

  1. oil field trash Says:

    A crude oil similar to Brent crude would have a BTU content of about 6.1 million BTU per barrel. You should be able to compare the cost per btu from that information.

    Assuming the efficiency of the boilers are the same then you can determine the percentage difference in the cost.