There is no exact value, because the density of gas depends on additional factors. You can get a fairly good estimate though.The energy density of Natural Gas is around 34.6 to 38.3 megajoule per cubic meter. This is between 9.5 and 10.5 kilowatt hours.
With the information UrbanUrsine provided, an online physics forum did the calculations to find that roughly 1466 cubic meters of natural gas creates one kilowatt hour of energy. I’m not sure how reliable the calculations are but it ‘s the only number I’ve been able to find.
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