They don't sell it by thermal units here, it's sold in CCF (hundred Cubic Feet). I paid $73.85 for 70 CCF, that breaks down to .42 per CCF for the GAs Cost Adjustment and .64 for the regular cost per CCF. Or a cost of $1.06 per hundred cubic feet. I don't have the calculations handy for the BTU value of natural gas by the cubic foot. That would equal the thermal unit you are charged IIRC. Been about 30 years since I worked on a gas pipeline. <VBG> George Craig Watts wrote: > > George, > > What's your per therm rate. > > Mine is .87-.92-.97 then Jan, 1.18 > > Craig Watts > kingdomm@worldnet.att.net