Your gas meter shows gas usage in cubic meters whereas usage on your bill is shown in Usage Units.
To determine your gas usage in Units, the following calculation is performed:
Usage units = ((End read - Start read) x Pressure Factor x Heating value)/3.6 = Usage (MJ)
While this is a common formula used to calculate your gas usage in megajoules, it can vary slightly depending on the type of gas meter you have at your property.
The Pressure Factor and Heating Value are used to convert the metered gas volume you have used into an amount of energy calculated in megajoules.
A unit of gas is 3.6 megajoules and is equivalent to 1 kilowatt hour.
The account service fee in WA relates to our provision of service to you, and is calculated by multiplying the number of days in your billing period by the daily account service fee, which is detailed on your fee schedule.