## How much CO2 is produced by gas?

This assumes the average gasoline vehicle on the road today has a fuel economy of about 22.0 miles per gallon and drives around 11,500 miles per year. Every gallon of gasoline burned creates about 8,887 grams of CO2.

**How much CO2 is in a cubic meter of natural gas?**

CO2 emission factor for Natural gas is: 0.056 kg CO2eq/MJ energy equivalent. Since the higher heating value of Natural Gas is: 38 – 39 MJ/m3, CO2 emission factor would be about 2.2 kg CO2eq per m3 of natural gas.

**How much CO2 does a Litre of gas produce?**

approximately 2.3 kg

Burning 1 L of gasoline produces approximately 2.3 kg of CO2.

### How much CO2 does the average car emit per year UK?

Average CO2 Emissions Per Car Per Year UK Considering the average car drives 7,600 miles per year in the UK, the average car releases 1,734,688 grams of CO2 into the atmosphere each year.

**How much CO2 does natural gas release?**

Natural gas is a relatively clean burning fossil fuel About 117 pounds of CO2 are produced per million British thermal units (MMBtu) equivalent of natural gas compared with more than 200 pounds of CO2 per MMBtu of coal and more than 160 pounds per MMBtu of distillate fuel oil.

**How do you calculate CO2 emissions for natural gas?**

Carbon dioxide emissions per therm are determined by converting million British thermal units (mmbtu) to therms, then multiplying the carbon coefficient times the fraction oxidized times the ratio of the molecular weight of carbon dioxide to carbon (44/12). 0.1 mmbtu equals one therm (EIA 2018).

## How much is 1kg of CO2?

0.27kg

This means that a quantity of CO2 can be expressed in terms of the amount of carbon it contains by multiplying the amount of CO2 by 0.27 (12/44). E.g. 1kg of CO2 can be expressed as 0.27kg of carbon, as this is the amount of carbon in the CO2.

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

0.0947 m3

To generate 1 kWh of electricity, we have to combust 0.0947 m3 or 94.7 liters of natural gas (100% efficient combustion).

**How can I make one megawatt?**

One MW is equal to one million watts. If you divide this one million watts by 200 watts per panel, we are left with needing 5,000 solar panels to produce one MW of power.