why is natural gas measured in cubic feet

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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.

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