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How many therms are there in a cubic meter of natural gas at atmospheric pressure?

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1 m3 of natural gas is about 35.3 ft3
The average heat content of natural gas is about 1030 Btu/ft3
1 therm is approximately 100,000 Btu
So 35.3 ft3 * 1030 Btu/ft3 * 1 therm/100,000 Btu = 0.36 therms
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