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I am trying to compare energy statistics between different hotels in different countries. Some purchase LPG by the kg in liquid, and some use natural gas by cubic meter of vapor. The purpose is to benchmark efficiencies in different restaurants (i.e., unit of gas per meal served). I know these fuels come in different mixes but is there a general conversion factor to evaluate corresponding MJ or BTU values of kg of liquid LPG vs m3 of vapor natural gas?
Re: How can I compare consumption in kgs of LPG vs m3 natural gas
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