Q: How do you you convert LNG (liquefied natural gas) gallons into therms?

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1.034 therms

0.00863 kg/s

Under intense heat and pressure, the soft coal turns into hard coal.

Symbol of therm is thm.Therm is a former British unit for heat.Therm is not used today to measure heat and energy.

Multiply by 10. MMBTU means a million BTU (where each M stands for 1000). Some people write MBTU for the same quantity (where M stands for 1,000,000). A Therm is 100,000 BTUs, so 10 Therms = 1 MMBTU.

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1.034 therms

I was just researching this same question today. Here's what I found hope it helps. 1 Therm = 100,000 BTU 10 Therms = 1MMBTU ( Million BTU's ) Therefore to convert from MMBTU to Therms, multiply the MMBTU figure by 10 to get Therms. Note: Therm to BTU conversion is based on the amount of energy obtained from burning 1 Therm (100 cubic feet of natural gas). This value is not exact, but close, and could be different from one natural gas field to another.

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0.00863 kg/s

Converting CFH to CCF is hard, and there are several online converters to improve this operation. However, the general rule of thumb for conversion is: 1 Therms (u's) to Cubic Feet Of Natural Gas = 99.9761.

110 therms.

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divide the number of therms by 10,000 to get mmcf

Under intense heat and pressure, the soft coal turns into hard coal.

1 BTU is 0.00001 therms.

1 million BTU = 10 Therms