Natural Gas CCF?

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CCF of gas is a unit that is used to measure natural gas usage. CCF refers to hundred cubic feet which is equivalent to one therm, a non-SI unit of heat energy. The CCF is measured using a Clearwater gas system metre.
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102,000 BTU = 1 ccf. ...
1. Enter the ccf value into the calculator. For example, if your natural gas bill shows you used 200 units of gas in ccf, enter 200. 2. Multiply the ccf value ...
1. Multiply the number of CCF by 100 to obtain the amount of natural gas in cubic feet. For example, if the amount of natural gas is 15 CCF, then multiply by 100 ...
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