Cubic Foot of Gas

“Cubic foot of gas” means the volume of gas contained in one cubic foot of space at an absolute pressure of 14.65 pounds per square inch and at a temperature of 60°F. Conversion of volumes to conform to standard conditions shall be made in accordance with Ideal Gas Laws corrected for deviation from Boyle’s Law when the pressure at point of measurement is in excess of 200 pounds per square inch gauge.

Source: Corporation Commission, Oil and Gas Conservation, Oklahoma Administrative Code 165:10, February 2013. Regulations

Cubic Foot of Gas

A cubic foot of gas is hereby defined as that amount of gaseous hydrocarbons contained in a cubic foot of space at the base temperature of 60 degrees F and an absolute pressure of 14.4 lbs./sq. in. plus 10 oz./sq. inch, which temperature and pressure are referred to as the base temperature and pressure, respectively.

Source: Natural Resources, Office of Conservation – General Operations, Louisiana Administrative Code, Title 43, Part XIX, March 2013. Regulations


Cubic Foot of Gas

“Cubic foot of gas” means that volume of gas contained in one cubic foot [28.32 liters] of space and computed at a pressure of fourteen and seventy-three hundredths per square inch absolute [1034.19 grams per square centimeter] at a base temperature of sixty degrees Fahrenheit [15.56 degrees Celsius].

Source: Oil and gas Conservation, North Dakota Administrative Code, Chapter 43-02-03, April 2012. Regulations



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