# How many therms are in a cubic foot of natural gas?

Asked By: Bushra Drewes | Last Updated: 29th April, 2020

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1 Therms (u.s.) to Cubic Feet Of Natural Gas = 99.9761 | 70 Therms (u.s.) to Cubic Feet Of Natural Gas = 6998.329 |

2 Therms (u.s.) to Cubic Feet Of Natural Gas = 199.9523 | 80 Therms (u.s.) to Cubic Feet Of Natural Gas = 7998.0903 |

Similarly, how many cubic feet are in a therm of natural gas?

100

Additionally, how do you convert cubic feet to therms? Divide the **cubic feet** of natural gas by 96.7 to **convert** to **therms**. For example, if you have 400 **cubic feet**, divide 400 by 96.7 to get 4.14 **therms**. Multiply the number of **cubic feet** of natural gas by 0.0103412 to **convert** to **therms**.

Likewise, how many therms is 1000 cubic feet of natural gas?

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30 Cubic Feet Of Natural Gas to Therms (u.s.) = 0.3001 | 1,000 Cubic Feet Of Natural Gas to Therms (u.s.) = 10.0024 |

40 Cubic Feet Of Natural Gas to Therms (u.s.) = 0.4001 | 10,000 Cubic Feet Of Natural Gas to Therms (u.s.) = 100.0239 |

How much is natural gas per therm?

In fact, when all charges are considered, for a $0.06 **per** kilowatt hour (kWh) electricity rate to be competitive, **natural gas would** have to **cost** $1.77 **per therm**.