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  • abbreviation thousand cubic feet

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  • initialism Thousand cubic feet.

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Examples

  • $3 / mcf, which is the number that appears in a release that does not include the $4-7 million it cost to buy the land and drill the hole - costs that Dell suggests basically doubles the breakeven level of the well to $6 / mcf.

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  • Beard Oil anticipates that once all the wells are brought on line, gas production should quickly ramp up to more than 1,000 cubic feet ( "mcf") per day.

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  • Average gas prices were $3.92 per thousand cubic feet ( "mcf") for the third quarter of fiscal 2010, a decrease from $4.54 per mcf for the same period of fiscal 2009.

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  • Average gas prices were $3.92 per thousand cubic feet ( "mcf") for the third quarter of fiscal 2010, a decrease from $4.54 per mcf for the same period of fiscal 2009.

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  • Progress 'average gas price in the Quarter was $3.10 per thousand cubic feet ( "mcf").

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  • Financially, the Kaybob K3 Project provides Orleans with operating cost savings upon commissioning of $0.34 per thousand cubic feet ( "mcf") or $2.04 per boe, as the processing fee structure at the K3 Plant is presently lower than the current processing fees charged at the Kaybob Amalgamated Gas Plant ( "KA Plant").

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  • All calculations converting natural gas to crude oil equivalent have been made using a ratio of six thousand cubic feet (six "mcf") of natural gas to one barrel of crude equivalent.

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  • The vertical wells have had variable test rates averaging approximately 900 thousand cubic feet ( "mcf") per day, post fracture stimulation ( "frac").

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  • New discoveries of shale gas, and breakthroughs in the technology of extraction, have pushed down natural gas prices between $4-$6 per thousand cubic feet mcf over the last three years.

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  • New discoveries of shale gas, and breakthroughs in the technology of extraction, have pushed down natural gas prices between $4-$6 per thousand cubic feet mcf over the last three years.

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