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    Default Per Therm for Natural Gas

    How much are people paying in North America?

    Per gallon of heating fuel oil, same question. . .

    Same for propane. . .

    "1 Therm of energy can be had from approx. 0.71 gal of fuel oil, 100 cubic feet of natural gas and 1.1 gal of propane"

    I pay $1.10/therm.

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    My rate in southern New Jersey has been running $1.45 - $1.50 per therm. That's with All charges included.

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    In San Diego:

    therm multiplier 1.022
    gas per therm: $0.57027
    + public purpose programs: $0.06673 per therm
    + state regulatory fee: $0.00068 per therm

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    Three datapoints! I am on a roll!

    For NG, cents per therm
    64
    110
    147

    range 64 to 147
    low to high ratio 2.3
    median 110
    average 107

    27 more and I'll have a statistically large sample.

    Thanks, folks.

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    http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/natur...tural_gas.html

    They don't have a price map, however they do have prices broken down to several areas.
    http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/dnav/ng/ng_...PRS_DMcf_a.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Arden View Post
    http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/natur...tural_gas.html

    They don't have a price map, however they do have prices broken down to several areas.
    http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/dnav/ng/ng_...PRS_DMcf_a.htm
    Thanks for the bookmarks!

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