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Measuring Natural Gas in MCF

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MCF is an abbreviation derived from the Roman numeral M for one thousand, put together with cubic feet (CF) to measure a quantity of natural gas. For example, a natural gas well that produces 400 MCF of gas per day operates with a daily production rate of 400,000 cubic feet. In terms of energy output, one thousand cubic feet (MCF) of gas is equal to approximately 1,000,000 BTU (British Thermal Units). One BTU is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit at sea level (which is roughly equivalent to a kitchen match).

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