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How much does a ton of coal cost?
50,000 tons to 200,000 tons, depending upon the size of the vessel.
it costs 2.00
Coal does not get refined. Oil gets refined, but coal gets used as it is when it comes out of the coal mine. There is a process called coal gassification by which natura…l gas can be made from coal, but that is not really a form of refining, and in any event, most coal is simply burned, it is not gassified.
I got a quote for $20.36/ton today class 2 aggregate base. (1.8 tons per cubic yard).
Coal cost about $o.o54 cents per kwh
As a rule of thumb you would need about 138 Kg of coal (26GJ/Ton) to produce 1 ton of steam.
Wheat prices vary WIDELY across the world, depending on location, supply, demand, quality, season, and numerous other factors. However, the price of wheat in the US Chicago Bo…ard of Trade today (11 Feb 2010) is about $180 US per tonne.
According to the Royal Academy of Academy of Engineers (yes they are British), it costs between 2.7 and 3.2 pence per kilowatt hour. Maybe that is helpful
Platinum is too rare to be rated by tons. It is usually costed per ounce. As of 10/2010 - One ounce of platinum (XPT) is equal to $1,698.23 Also there is the long, metric …and short ton. Long - $60,864,563.2Metric - $59,903,300.5Short - $54,343,360 These values will change daily.
95.00 per metric ton amercian dollars
eighty dollars a ton?
According to Energy Information Administration (EIA) research, emissions range from 2,791 lbs per short ton for lignite coal to 5,685 lbs per short ton for anthracite coal. Ho…wever, the coefficients for the coals that are primarily used in electricity production, bituminous and sub-bituminous are 4,931 and 3,716 respectively. See the EIA related link for more information.
Light sweet crude weighs approximately 828 kg/m3. One cubic meter = 264.17 gallons. 42 gallons in a barrel / 264.17 gallons in m3 = 0.16 m3 per barrel. 0.16 m3 x 828 kg = 132….48 kg per barrel. One US (short) ton = 907.18 kg. 907.18 kg / 132.48 kg per barrel = 9.85 barrels per ton. Multiply the current price of oil per barrel by 9.85 to get the price per ton.
depends on what kind of sand you want. Prices can vary from $15 to $30.
Depending on the size of the lump, a penny to a few pennies.