I recently moved out on my own, and while all of my other bills seem reasonable, the gas bill seems unreasonably high. I live in a 2 bedroom apartment, the gas goes to hot water heater, heater, and stove. To give you an idea of the gas usage... Two of us live in the apartment. We each shower once a day for about 10 minutes each. We use the stove between 1-3 times a day for about 5-10 minutes each. We've been using the actual oven about once a week for about 20-40 minutes. I wash dishes in the sink (no dishwasher) once a day and the hot water runs for maybe 5 minutes total between filling the sink to soak dishes and for rinsing. We have not been using the heater the last 2 months since it's obviously summer, and we turned the pilot for the heater completely off about 2 months ago. I don't think we are being very excessive in our gas usage. BUT, our bill still seems very high considering the amount of usage. And it's freaking me out because it's SUMMER and we haven't turned the heater on in 2 months. Our last bill was around $100 with no heater usage. This month its $80 It seems like their "delivery charges" are really unreasonable-they are MORE than the actual gas we used this month! Here's what our bill looks like this month: We are in southeastern MA and use New England Gas if it matters. Are all of these delivery charges normal? It seems ridiculous to me that the "delivery charges" are more than our gas costs! Also does the gas usage amount and price seem right? I'm just curious because when I was looking around at apartments I was asking different realtors about what I should expect on a gas bill and they were telling me about $50 for 2 people in the summer and about $100 in the winter. Thanks for the help. I'm just trying to make sure I am not being charged too much since this is a new situation for me and I don't really know any different.