Fuel can be inserted into burner devices and burned to power them. Different types of Fuel provide different amounts of energy, measured in megajoules (MJ). A megajoule (MJ) is equivalent to one megawatt second (MWs), so dividing the megajoule (MJ) value by the power consumption in megawatts (MW) gives the time the fuel will last.
|Item||Fuel value||Fuel value per raw total|
|Wood||2 MJ||4 MJ per raw wood|
|Raw wood||4 MJ||4 MJ per raw wood|
|Small electric pole||4 MJ||4MJ per raw wood|
|Wooden chest||6 MJ||3 MJ per raw wood|
|Coal||8 MJ||8 MJ per coal|
|Solid fuel||25 MJ||20 MJ per unit of Crude oil *|
|Rocket fuel||225 MJ|
|Uranium fuel cell||8 GJ¹|
(*) This assumes the Crude oil is processed completely into Solid fuel, using Advanced oil processing and Heavy oil cracking as intermediate steps, but not Light oil cracking. Less efficient methods are possible. In practice, the Petroleum Gas part of processed crude oil is more likely to be used for something other than Solid fuel.
(¹) This fuel type can only be used in a nuclear reactor. Unlike other fuel types, it can't be placed into standard burners.