"I think it's just under 11 (10.86), my gas bill currently shows 1843.52 m3 which is converted to 19991.kWh It is 10.83KWh/m3." According to http://www.ukenergy.co.uk/pages/gas-kwh.html ..... Multiply m3 by a correction factor of 1.022640 and then by the calorific value shown on your last gas bill (39.1 for me). Finally divide the result by 3.6 to give kWh.
One Cubic Meter of natural gas is approximately 36000 btu.
it has about 1031 btu in one cubic meter!!!!
The volume of gas in a cubic meter is one cubic meter. But perhaps that is not the real question?
the question is nonsense as written, but if you meant to ask ; How many liters in one cubic meter of natural gas? ...then the answer is 1000 How much does one cubic meter of natural gas weigh in kilograms? ...then the answer at 20°C & 1 atm (NTP) is 0.668 ...and the answer at 0°C & 1 atm (STP) is 0.717
There are 1000L of hydrogen gas in one cubic meter of hydrogen.
The calorific value of natural gas is approximately 11 kj per metre3. The exact value will depend of the compounds present in it.
Each cubic meter comprises 1,000 liters. Therefore, cubic meters x 1,000 = liters.
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Liquified natural gas has about 1/600th of the volume of natural gas at standard temperature and pressure, so 1 m3 of natural gas would be about 0.001666 m3, or 1.67 liters, of LNG.
7580 kcal @ http://www.volker-quaschning.de/datserv/faktoren/index_e.php
Approx. 1,8 kg.