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  • n. One hundred cubic feet: used as a unit of measurement of volume.


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  • Unlike the other two utilities, Columbia bills customers in units of 100 cubic feet, or ccf. - News

  • Its new residential customer rate of 53.4 cents per ccf is the equivalent of $5.34 per mcf, down from $7.53. - News

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  • The monthly bill impact of the interim rate increase is $2.06, from $167.25 to $169.31, or 1.23 percent, for the typical residential customer who uses 120 ccf of natural gas during a winter month.

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  • Frank Stoy, of Washington, Pa., got his price reduced to 89 cents per hundred cubic feet, rather than $1.29 per ccf, by visiting the Web site for his supplier, IGS Energy.



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