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Natural gas usage
I am working on a air emissions report for the Mo. DNR. I need to convert Therms to CCF (100 cu. ft.), can you help with a formula?
Thanks Jim 
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Re: Natural gas usage
I Googled and found data showing:
1 cubic foot of natural gas = 1,031 Btu 100 cubic foot of natural gas = 100 * 1031 = 103,100 Btu A therm is 100,000 Btu so: 103,100 Btu / 100,000 = 1.031 therm Therefore, the formulas you are looking for are: therm / 1.031 = CCF CCF * 1.031 = therm 
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Re: Natural gas usage
It is very close to a 1 to 1 conversion. For most things you could just estimate 1 therm = 1 CCF.

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Re: Natural gas usage
yeah, thats what we do at Cascade NG

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Re: Natural gas usage
If a Therm is 100,000 btu and a ccf is a 1000 btu, where is the one to one conversion? 1 therm is about 100 ccf not 1 ccf.

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Re: Natural gas usage
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Then, using the information in Post #2, 1 CCF = 100 cubic feet = 100 * 1031 BTU = 103,100 BTUnot 1000 BTU as you wrote. Since a therm is 100,000 BTU, this is nearly the same as 1 CCF. More precisely, 1 CCF = 103,100 BTU = 1.031 therm 
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Re: Natural gas usage
Could someone also come up with a formula that will convert ccf's to cubic ft?

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Re: Natural gas usage
So there's no way to convert it to cubic feet?

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Re: Natural gas usage
Blondsrus, see Roy's response from below:
"Note that "CCF" stands for 100 cubic feet, not 1 cubic foot. The first 'C' is the Roman numeral C, which stands for 100. Then, using the information in Post #2, 1 CCF = 100 cubic feet " 
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Re: Natural gas usage
So what is a better price to pay for natural gas:
$1.569 per ccf or $1.249 per therm ? (not good at math) 
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