I had a few natural gas quotes that were pretty accurate.
One of my favorite ones came from the natural gas company I worked for in California, a company that sells gas to people who live in apartments or small homes.
The company’s spokesperson, Chris Smith, told me that in many instances customers are required to pay more for natural gas than they do for natural fuel.
For instance, he said that the average residential customer in California is paying $4.50 per kilowatt hour of natural gas, compared to $3.50 for natural fuels.
Smith added that natural gas is often more expensive because of the amount of gas used, and that a typical residential customer would pay $1,400 per year for natural gases compared to about $1.50 of natural fuel for the same price.