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  • cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

    sir,
    we are starting to use natural gas in place of hydrogen for making hcl. i need to calculate natural gas . please help me for this conversion

    regards

    samantha

  • #2
    Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

    Natural gas has an energy density between 800 and 1200 Btu/cubic foot.

    cubic foot * 1000 Btu/cubic foot = Btu
    Btu / 1000000 = MMBtu

    Replace the 1000 in the above with the energy density of the natural gas, or just use 1000 for the approximation.

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    • #3
      Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

      I jus researched it online from like 8 different sources and found that 1 MMBTU= 1,000,000 BTU's

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      • #4
        Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

        i would like to know 1 ton natural gas is equal how much MMBTU .

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        • #5
          Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

          Originally posted by Unregistered
          i would like to know 1 ton natural gas is equal how much MMBTU .
          It can vary according to source. However, DoE gives figures of 20267 BTU/lb LHV and 22453 BTU/lb HHV.

          Using the Higher Heating Value (assumes water vapor condensed and heat of vaporization is used), and 2000 lb/ton, that's 44.9 MMBTU/ton.

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          • #6
            Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

            I would like to know 1 MMBtu is equal to how many SCM and/or KG. These details are required for calculating the Gas Price.

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            • #7
              Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

              Originally posted by Unregistered
              I would like to know 1 MMBtu is equal to how many SCM and/or KG. These details are required for calculating the Gas Price.
              Using the figure above and converting to metric tons (1000 kg), about 49.5 MMBTU/tonne.

              But in large amount, you should really have a chemical analysis of the gas as heat content varies somewhat with gas from different sources.

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              • #8
                Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

                Make it clean and simple please! My question is how many CCF of natural gas equals 1 MMBtu of natural gas. No one has answered the question directly.

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                • #9
                  Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

                  Originally posted by Like It Is
                  Make it clean and simple please! My question is how many CCF of natural gas equals 1 MMBtu of natural gas. No one has answered the question directly.
                  Approximately 10 CCF = 1MMBTU.

                  BUT the heat content of natural gas varies with the composition of the gas, which varies according to source. Most commercially available gas will be within 5% of the above.

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                  • #10
                    natural gas to mmbtu (1 kg = how much mmbtu)

                    Dear Sir,

                    i would like to know 1 kg natural gas is equal how much MMBTU.

                    Send me on
                    Navin Patel

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                    • #11
                      Re: natural gas to mmbtu (1 kg = how much mmbtu)

                      Originally posted by Navin Patel
                      Dear Sir,

                      i would like to know 1 kg natural gas is equal how much MMBTU.

                      Send me on
                      Navin Patel
                      about 49500 BTU/kg or 0.0495 MMBTU/kg.

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                      • #12
                        Mmbtu

                        natural gas SCM to MMBTU according various Calorific value

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                        • #13
                          Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

                          What is 18,673,200 "m" of methane to MMBTUs?

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                          • #14
                            Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

                            what is the equivalent natural gas quantity required to produce 1MW of electricity. Please help me here all you whiz kids.

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                            • #15
                              Re: cu.ft natural gas to mmbtu

                              Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
                              what is the equivalent natural gas quantity required to produce 1MW of electricity. Please help me here all you whiz kids.

                              Approx 3412 CCF of natural gas = 1 MW


                              1 CCF = 1 Therm(100,000 BTU), 10 Therms = 1 MMBTU (1,000,000 BTU)

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