Asked: November 9, 20202020-11-09T21:04:35+00:00 2020-11-09T21:04:35+00:00 What is a ccf of natural gas? cameron 142 Questions 1 Answer 1 Best Answer 0 Points View Profile cameron Hi Guys. What is a ccf of natural gas? natural gas 1 Answer Voted Oldest Recent alice 0 Questions 136 Answers 136 Best Answers 136 Points View Profile Best Answer alice 2020-11-09T21:04:49+00:00Added an answer on November 9, 2020 at 9:04 pm One hundred cubic feet (Ccf) of petroleum gas approaches 103,700 BTU, or 1.037 therms. 1,000 cubic feet (Mcf) of flammable gas rises to 1.037 MMBTU, or 10.37 therms. Much like power is estimated in kWh (a unit of energy), gas is ordinarily included in Therms (additionally, a unit of energy). Be that as it may, since it is simpler to gauge a volume of gas (in CCF) than petroleum gas’ thermal energy, your gas meter will check the measure of gas you burn-through every month in CCF and not in Therms. Your gas utilization will most ordinarily be right off the bat communicated in CCF on your gas charge and afterward changed over to Therms as 1 CCF is equal to 1.025 Therms. 0 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Leave an answerLeave an answerCancel reply Attachment Select file Browse Featured image Select file Browse Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.