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Hello,

I am trying to calculate the price of Liquid Gas of 1 TCF - My researce revealed to me that:

1 - I know that 100 cubic feet (Ccf) of natural gas equals 103,700 Btu or 1.037 therms

2 - I know that price per MMBtu multiplied by 1.037 equals price per Mcf

3 - The price of one MMBtu is about 2.77 USD

4 - One BTU is equivalent to1.06 Joules

I'm very confused about how many "Naughts" are in MMBTu's or other shot forms as I have read in different websites holding different values? Like The net states that 1MCF is = 1000CF but is M a million? Or a M as in Mega or roman numerals.

How much in USD is 1 TCF and how do i calculate it?

How much MegaJoules are in that much TCF as well how much would it cost in a form of MegaJoules.

I am trying to calculate the price of Liquid Gas of 1 TCF - My researce revealed to me that:

1 - I know that 100 cubic feet (Ccf) of natural gas equals 103,700 Btu or 1.037 therms

2 - I know that price per MMBtu multiplied by 1.037 equals price per Mcf

3 - The price of one MMBtu is about 2.77 USD

4 - One BTU is equivalent to1.06 Joules

I'm very confused about how many "Naughts" are in MMBTu's or other shot forms as I have read in different websites holding different values? Like The net states that 1MCF is = 1000CF but is M a million? Or a M as in Mega or roman numerals.

How much in USD is 1 TCF and how do i calculate it?

How much MegaJoules are in that much TCF as well how much would it cost in a form of MegaJoules.

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