If you have a better estimate of how much natural gas your household consumes in Utah per year, or how much it costs, please edit one or both of those figures below.
Note that you may have data in therms or in dekatherms (Dth) rather than ccf. Since one therm is very close to one ccf, if you have data in therms then you can just use that. (If you want to be exact, divide the number of therms by 0.964 to get ccfs.) And since a dekatherm (Dth) is ten therms, if you have data in dekatherms then divide by 10 (or, to be exact, by 9.64) to get ccfs.