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j.j. on repeat, beano stops gas
In Response To: Re: HALIGONIAN ()

Actually, 1 Mcf (1000 CF) is roughly equal to 1MMBtu (1,000,000 Btu or 1 million Btu). Put another way, there are approx. 1,000 Btu in 1 CF of Natural Gas. A CF of measurement as used in this example is measured at ST&P (standard temperature and pressure) which is 68 deg. F and 14.696 psi absolute pressure (roughly sea level avg. atmospheric pressure).

In an article titled, "Natural Gas Under $4 Is a Steal", this nearly 2-year old writeup is as current now as the day it was written, meaning it is as fresh as just dropped poop. Numbers are bandied about regards production costs for a number of companies.

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