The Oklahoma Natural Gas residential rate structure has been simplified to make it easier to understand. There are two different rate plans to better match your individual natural gas consumption.
Remember, these plans only affect what Oklahoma Natural Gas charges you for service and delivering the gas. The cost of fuel—the natural gas you consume—is separate and is based on the amount Oklahoma Natural Gas actually paid to buy the natural gas on your behalf. The company makes no profit on the sale of natural gas.
*A Dekatherm is a measurement of energy content. One Dekatherm is the approximate energy content of 1,000 cubic feet of natural gas.
Abbreviation for 100 cubic feet. Mcf – Abbreviation for 1,000 cubic feet. Dth – Abbreviation for 1,000,000 Btu’s (1 MMBtu)
Btu Adjustment (Oklahoma)
This adjustment is for the heat content of the gas. Btu is the abbreviation for British thermal unit, a measurement of the heating value of natural gas.
The Constant is a pressure factor or meter factor used to convert metered volume to bill volume.