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No 2 Heating Oil contains 138,690 BTUs per gallon.
Kerosene has 131,890 BTUs per gallon; 1.05 gallons equals the heat content of one gallon of No 2 heating oil. If you can buy 1.05 gallons of kerosene for less than 1 gallon of No 2 fuel oil then it would be cheaper to use kerosene. Using the prices that Robert listed above, it is cheaper to use kerosene. It should be noted that his price for kerosene was from a gas station. It would probably be less for home delivery in a larger quantity.