Monthly Gas Cost Changes
Duke Energy sets its natural gas prices on a monthly basis to better reflect the current cost of gas.
|May 2013||April 2013||Last May 2012|
|GCR(1) per CCF||$ 0.5138||$ 0.4655||$ 0.3604|
|Gas price||$ 35.97||$ 32.59||$ 25.23|
|Typical monthly bill(2)||$ 77.78||$ 73.20||$ 62.53|
(1) Gas Cost Recovery – represents 100% of Duke Energy's gas costs incurred to provide natural gas supply for its customers.
(2) Based on a typical monthly usage of 70 ccf
(ccf = 100 cubic feet)
The Natural Gas Delivery System and Pipeline Safety (pdf, 33 KB).
Every day in the United States, several million cubic feet of natural gas travel through an underground pipeline delivery system to 64 million customers.
Other Helpful Links:
- American Gas Association
- New York Mercantile Exchange
- Energy Information Administration
- Apples to Apples Rate Comparisons – charts produced by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio compares current natural gas supplier price options and contract terms.
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