Natural gas prices in you area

minesmoria Posted By minesmoria, Mar 3, 2006 at 8:00 PM

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  1. minesmoria

    minesmoria
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    Dec 17, 2005
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    I pay 18 gj with all the fees which one gj = 948 000 btu a cord softwood here is 17000000 so gas would be 290 or 140 cord wow thats a big difference.
     
  2. bruce56bb

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    Loc:
    Flint Hills of Kansas
    CURRENT GAS CHARGE TOTAL 111.02
    FACILITY CHARGE 8.00
    RES COMMODITY COST @ .16627/CCF 15.96
    PGA @ .83148/CCF 79.82
    GAS HEDGE FACTOR @ .00296/CCF 0.28
    FRANCHISE FEE @ .03000 3.23
    AD VALOREM SURCHARGE @ .01013/CCF 0.97
    WNA FACTOR @ .02880 2.76

    TAX TOTAL 2.22
    COUNTY TAX @ .01000 1.11
    CITY TAX @ .01000 1.11

    CURRENT CHARGES 113.24
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    ACCOUNT BALANCE -145.26
    PREVIOUS BUDGET BALANCE -1.17

    PAY THIS AMOUNT 84.83
     
  3. MountainStoveGuy

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    Jan 23, 2006
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    Boulder County
    .81/therm
     
  4. ourhouse

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    Feb 16, 2006
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    Norfolk Ma
    1.2356/therm down from 1.4763 as of 2/1/06
     
  5. Willhound

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    Nov 20, 2005
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    Northern Ontario, Canada
    Not sure about cost comparison as we are in cubic meters, but I'm happy to see that my usage has dropped dramatically with P.E. Summit install.
    They only read gas meters here 4 times a year, with the other months based on an estimate from previous years usage.

    Finally got an actual reading for February where I could make a valid comparison with last year, before the insert.
    Gas usuage last year was average of 16.4 cubic meters a day, this year down to 1.4 cubic meters a day (gas hot water tank).
    Cost dropped from around $450 for the month last year to $41, so around $1.15 a day for hot water, even with a price increase. Assuming December, January and March all drop by a similar factor, the insert will have paid for itself in about 3 years, even factoring in cost of wood.

    Willhound
     
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