## How do you convert nm3 to kWh?

To convert metric gas meter readings to kWh:

- Take a meter reading.
- Subtract the new meter reading from the previous reading to work out the volume of gas used.
- Multiply by the volume correction factor (1.02264).
- Multiply by calorific value (40.0).
- Divide by kWh conversion factor (3.6).

**How do you convert nm3 to MMBtu?**

Conversion chart – Normal cubic metres per hour to Millions British thermal units

- Normal cubic metre per hour to Millions British thermal units = 0.93 MMBtu/day.
- Normal cubic metres per hour to Millions British thermal units = 1.86 MMBtu/day.

### How many KW are in a MMBtu?

Million BTU to Kilowatt-hour Conversion Table

Million BTU | Kilowatt-hours |
---|---|

1 MMBTU | 293.07 kWh |

2 MMBTU | 586.14 kWh |

3 MMBTU | 879.21 kWh |

4 MMBTU | 1,172 kWh |

**How do you convert CCF to kWh?**

Conversion Factors: One CCF = 100,000 Btus. One therm = 100,000 Btus. One kWh = 1,000 Watts = 3,413 Btus. 100,000 Btus/therm divided by 3,413 Btus/kWh = 29.3 kWhs/therm or CCF.

#### How many m3 of gas are in a kWh?

The correction factor converts gas units into kWh by working out the volume of gas based on temperature and pressure. It can vary slightly, but all suppliers use a standard factor of 1.02264. This makes sure we all get the same number of kWh for each cubic metre of gas.

**What is 1 unit of gas in kWh?**

1 unit of gas is equal to one kilowatt hour (kWh) of gas used. Its important to understand that your gas meter does not directly show how many units you are using, but instead measures the amount of gas used by volume in Cubic Meters (m3) or Cubic Feet (ft3), depending on the type of meter that you have.

## What is MMBtu hr of natural gas?

Natural gas is measured in MMBtu’s. 1 MMBtu = 28.263682 m3 of natural gas at defined temperature and pressure. 1 standard cubic foot of natural gas yields ≈ 1030 BTU (between 1010 BTU and 1070 BTU, depending on quality, when burned).

**What is an MMBtu of natural gas?**

One million British Thermal Units

MMBtu – One million British Thermal Units – standard unit of measurement for natural gas financial contracts (also equal to 1 dekatherm). MMcf – Million cubic feet – standard unit of measurement for natural gas supply/demand – 1,000,000 MMBtu = 1 MMcf.

### How many kWh is a m3 of gas?

10.55 kWh

m3 Natural Gas To kWh Calculated Table

m3 Of Natural Gas: | Killowatt-Hours (kWh): |
---|---|

1 m3 gas | 10.55 kWh |

5 m3 gas | 52.75 kWh |

10 m3 gas | 105.50 kWh |

20 m3 gas | 211.00 kWh |

**How many kWh is natural gas?**

One metric ton of coal can generate 1,927 kilowatt hours of electricity, in comparison to 1,000 cubic feet of natural gas which can generate 99 kilowatt hours.

#### Can you measure natural gas in kWh?

The kilowatt hours unit number 0.29 kWh converts to 1 cu ft N.G., one cubic foot of natural gas. It is the EQUAL energy value of 1 cubic foot of natural gas but in the kilowatt hours energy unit alternative.