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How much gas is in a cubic foot of natural gas?
One cubic foot of natural gas is the volume of gas contained in 1 cubic foot, at standard temperature and pressure. Generally, the gas production measured from the reserves ranges in thousands or millions of cubic feet. Thus, a trillion cubic feet of gas fill up a 2-mile sided-cube!
How is natural gas measured?
How Natural Gas is Measured UNIT OF MEASURE APPROX. HEAT ENERGY 1 cubic foot 1,000 BTU’s 100 cubic feet (1 therm) 100,000 BTU’s 1,000 cubic feet (1 mcf) 1,000,000 BTU’s
How much LNG is in a cubic meter?
1 million tonnes (LNG) = 48.7 Bcf* (gas) = 1.379 bcm (gas) 1 Bcf (gas) = 45,000 cubic meters (LNG) 1 million tonnes per year (mtpa) (LNG) = 48.7 Bcf/year* (gas) = 1.379 bcm/year (gas) 1 cubic meter (m3) = 35.315 Cubic feet (cf)
How is natural gas measured in MCF?
Companies also report the gas measurement in terms of 鈥渂arrels of oil equivalent鈥?or 鈥渂oe,鈥?which is equal to the heating value of 5.8 mcf of methane. Natural gas when sold as a transportation fuel, compressed natural gas or CNG, it is measured in gasoline gallon equivalent or gge.