The Office of Policy and Management said today it has secured new fixed-price contracts to supply natural gas to state agencies at a savings of $660,000.
One contract provides a new price for 453 natural gas accounts of $6.68 per dekatherm, compared to the old price of $10.73 per dekatherm. Another contract for a dozen fuel-switching accounts provides gas at $6.35 per dekatherm vs. $8.38 per dekatherm.
Wondering what exactly is a dekatherm?
Why, it’s the equivalent of a gigajoule.
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