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1 Therm = 100,000BTU

One therm equals 100,000 BTUs.

100 cubic feet equals 1 therm

You can not make natural gas.....it is NATURAL.

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Yes, normally. To compare cost value you must know price per therm (a therm = 100,000 btu). Natural gas where I am costs, as of 1 Oct 12, $0.50 USD per therm. Propane costs $2.69 USD per gallon. 1 gallon of propane has a weight of ~4.2 pounds and 1 pound of propane yields 0.21661 therms or ~0.91 therms per gallon. That makes the price per therm $2.96 USD per therm or almost 6 times the cost of Nat. Gas.

None. Gas is not measured in square metres.

Sep - Oct 2011 bill reflected BGE Natural Gas Commodity at .5675 per therm & .5605. They were switching to winter rates.

BTU should be a measure of heating content, so it will vary with composition. However, in the US, 1 cubic ft of natural gas = 1,028 BTU. 1 therm = 100,000 BTU 100 cf = 0.1 Mcf approximately 1 therm (th). or more exactly 0.0972 Mcf = 1 th. See natural gas under wikipedia.

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at 1.26 per therm that would be 4.3 cents per kilowatt hour the average cost of electricity is so around 11 cents per killowatt hr so its cheaper then electricity

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about 120 to 200 a month

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

According to U.S. EPA, Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990-2004, 1 therm of natural gas burnt produces 11.7 lbs. of carbon dioxide emissions. Therefore, the Carbon Coefficient for natural gas is: 117 pounds of CO2 per million BTU, or 0.12 pounds per cubic foot of gas.

$2.56 per gallon

1 Therm is 100,000 BTU, and as there are 1000 BTU in 1 cubic foot of gas, 1 Therm = 100 cubic feet. Density of methane = 0.72 kg/cubic meter which is 35.3 cubic feet, so 100 cubic feet = 2.04 kg

You have to dig out your gas bill and fine the cost of a therm or unit of gas. Use that to calculate the cost of gas in your area. Good choice in for your pool heater! K

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200,000 dollars

If Wyoming had natural gas, Wyoming would have as much natural gas as Wyoming had.

I had already done the calculation for raising water from 60f to 125f using a cost of $1 per therm. This should give you a rough idea. Q=c*m*(t2-t1), where, c=specific heat of water (1 calorie/gram) m=mass of 1 gal of water = 3780 grams t is in degrees celsius: 60f-125f ==> 15.5C-51.6C Using those values, Q=[1 cal/gm][3780 gm/gal][51.6C-15.5C] ==>136458 cal/gal There are 25200 Kilicalories/therm, so 1364548 calories = .005 therm. So, at $1/therm for natural gas, the cost to heat 1 gallon of water from 60f to 125f is about 1/2 cent.

gas in Washington state varies from 1.75$ to 2.09$ per gallon

not much there are kits you can buy. have a certified tec install it

a lot.