sherm, I got it. you about right cost wise. sometimes the gas co can trench or use air tool to horizontal drill for for less. some plumbers can run gas-tite and that saves from running the steel pipe (saves labor). Also to get in the game some convert the burner only-reusing the boiler. so they get about 84% efficiency vs 90+ but thats a new condensing boiler. you did good. I did the same to my rental a long time ago. not one problem since.
I dont make this stuff up. heres a pretty quick read on what is going on in the northeast. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/natural-gas-gains-squeeze-family-114457326.html
yes sir on the oil embargo, I'm with you. I also run a woodstove (quadrafire isle royale-its a beast) mostly on weekends. You in good company.
so mr ah you think they gonna reclassify or if they have to fill all that pipe its gonna be a monster. you thinking dgaz for tommorrow??
so how much is your avg bill? I made a typo, .60 a ccf and full yloaded its about a buck a ccf which I think is a mthem. still avg user is 60-100ccf a month or about 60 bucks on the low end. my guess is you are gonna be about the same.
sherm, how much is your retail gas? around here you talking .06 ccf +dist charges and taxes. you end up about .10ccf and avg customer bill is about 60bucks
if you do a search you'll see some articles about the new spectra energy pipe that was turned on recently-accross PA and NJ into the northeast. this pipe will provide a lot of gas into NYC. I'm thinking that the new pipe is bad for gas prices in the short term but can help in the longer term with demand. whats your thinking??
looking good..... now if they can create some sort of fake short covering rally. one of the keys to trading gas is knowing whats priced in and whats not. heres some things to ponder Its been a pussycat of a fall/shoulder season and we gonna get close to last years peak storage level. this is not the gas traders first rodeo
2 premarket sundays in a row for a gap down each time is so sleazy. they do it when no one is looking or playing. I think they are bent on the 3.20 range for some reason. we gotta get thru thursdays report so I'm not seeing much reason for upward prices for at least a week or more.