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You can keep a close check on your gas usage and track your conservation
efforts by reading your gas meter and keeping your own personal records.
To determine how much gas you have used, compare the reading you have
just taken with a past reading or one taken several days or several weeks later
(preferably around the same time of the day). Subtract the smaller reading from
the larger one. The difference is the amount of gas used during the time between
the two readings. The gas used is measured in Ccf, where one Ccf equals 100
cubic feet of gas, and converted to therms, a unit of heat.
Here is an example:
Ccf Gas Used Since Last
2570 - 2542 = 28 Ccf
2604 - 2570 = 34 Ccf
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