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Gasoline Gallon Equivalent - GGE


Gasoline gallon equivalent (GGE) or gasoline-equivalent gallon (GEG) is the amount of alternative fuel it takes to equal the energy content of one liquid gallon of gasoline. GGE allows consumers to compare the energy content of competing fuels against a commonly known fuel --- gasoline.

 

Fuel

GGE

BTU/unit
Gasoline (Regular Un-leaded) 1 US Gallon 114,100 BTU per gallon
Gasoline reformulated with Ethanol 1.019 Gallons 111,836 BTU per gallon
Diesel #2 0.88 US Gallon 129,500 BTU per gallon
Biodiesel (B100) 0.96 Gallons 118,300 BTU per gallon
Biodiesel (B20) 0.90 Gallons 127,250 BTU per gallon
Kerosene 0.90 US Gallon 128,100 BTU per gallon
Ethanol fuel(E100) 1.500 US Gallons 76,000 BTU per gallon
Ethanol fuel (E85) 1.39 US Gallons 81,800 BTU per gallon
Methanol fuel (M100) 2.01 US Gallons 56,800 BTU/gal (it takes twice as much Methanol to equal the BTU of gas)
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