Dekatherm definition

Dekatherm. (dt) shall mean on million British Thermal Units and is synonymous to the term MMBTU.
Dekatherm. (dt) shall mean the quantity of heat energy which is 1,000,000 British Thermal Units.
Dekatherm. (“Dth”) means the quantity of heat energy which is equivalent to 1,000,000 Btu. One “Dekatherm” of Gas means the quantity of Gas which contains one Dekatherm of heat energy.

Examples of Dekatherm in a sentence

Dekatherm (Dt.) shall mean one thousand cubic feet of Gas (Mcf) with a heat content of 1,000 Btu per cubic foot on a measurement basis specified under Section 4 herein and based on the same pressure base as the volumes.

Account Balance Charge: The maximum Account Balance Charge for each Dekatherm (Dth) of gas parked or loaned at each point of service under Shipper's PAL Service Agreement at the end of each day during the Month.

The purchase will allow for an additional four (4) million kWh production in addition to the existing seven (7) million kWh. The cost was below $5.00 Dekatherm, putting the variable cost at $44.00 / MWh.

For non-commercial purposes, these associations note that the exact conversion factor is 1.05505585262 Gigajoules per Dekatherm.) Daily Dekatherms shall be the quantity units used by Company for nominations, confirmations, scheduling, allocating, and imbalance activity.

These fees are based on cents or fractions of a cent per MMBtu or Dekatherm (Dth) of throughput.


More Definitions of Dekatherm

Dekatherm or "Dth" shall mean the quantity of heat energy which is equivalent to 1,000,000 British Thermal Units. One "Dekatherm" of gas shall mean the quantity of gas which contains one Dekatherm of heat energy.
Dekatherm. (Dth) shall mean the quantity of heat energy which is equivalent to one million BTU.
Dekatherm or "Dth" means the quantity of heat energy which is equivalent to 1,000,000 Btu. One "dekatherm" of Gas means the quantity of Gas which contains one dekatherm of heat energy.
Dekatherm or "Dth" means the quantity of heat energy which is
Dekatherm. (dt) shall mean on million British Thennal Units and is synonymous to the term MMBTU.
Dekatherm. (or "Dth") shall mean the quantity of heat energy which is equivalent to one (1) million (1,000,000) Btu; thus the term MDth shall mean one (1) thousand (1,000) Dth. The conversion factor between Dth and gigajoule, the standard measure of heat energy in Canada, is 1.055056 gigajoules per Dth. The conversion factor between Dth and gigacalorie, the standard measure of heat energy in Mexico, is 0.251996 gigacalories per Dth.
Dekatherm means 10 Therms;