Electric Power Monthly

Data for July 2014  |  Release Date: September 25, 2014  |  Next Release: October 24, 2014 
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Table 1.10.A. Net Generation from Natural Gas
by State, by Sector, July 2014 and 2013 (Thousand Megawatthours)

  Electric Power Sector  
Census Division
and State
All Sectors Electric Utilities Independent
Power Producers
Commercial Sector Industrial Sector
  July 2014 July 2013 Percentage
Change
July 2014 July 2013 July 2014 July 2013 July 2014 July 2013 July 2014 July 2013
New England 6,000 6,436 -6.8% 90 75 5,635 6,036 88 90 187 236
Connecticut 1,612 1,634 -1.4% 0.08 2 1,539 1,557 37 37 35 38
Maine 656 482 36.2% 0 0 521 301 NM NM 133 178
Massachusetts 2,406 2,959 -18.7% 74 65 2,274 2,834 42 43 NM NM
New Hampshire 554 573 -3.3% 16 8 534 560 NM NM NM NM
Rhode Island 772 789 -2.1% 0 0 767 783 NM NM 0 0
Vermont 0.21 0.20 1.7% 0.21 0.20 0 0 0 0 0 0
Middle Atlantic 14,882 15,675 -5.1% 1,290 1,626 13,381 13,812 72 91 139 145
New Jersey 3,482 3,481 0.0% 0 NM 3,423 3,414 NM NM 40 43
New York 5,959 7,099 -16.1% 1,289 1,620 4,604 5,396 42 59 24 23
Pennsylvania 5,441 5,095 6.8% NM NM 5,354 5,001 NM NM 75 79
East North Central 4,680 6,912 -32.3% 1,787 2,638 2,688 4,049 104 119 101 106
Illinois 414 1,227 -66.3% 41 125 303 1,017 38 45 33 40
Indiana 680 1,023 -33.6% 417 695 220 288 NM NM 37 35
Michigan 685 1,497 -54.3% 142 462 501 981 29 37 NM 17
Ohio 2,275 2,184 4.1% 845 858 1,393 1,289 27 28 NM NM
Wisconsin 627 979 -36.0% 343 499 271 473 NM NM NM NM
West North Central 1,169 2,168 -46.1% 938 1,863 193 268 15 16 NM 22
Iowa 126 296 -57.4% 123 294 NM NM NM NM NM NM
Kansas 197 286 -31.0% 183 274 0 0 0 0 NM NM
Minnesota 236 767 -69.2% 185 611 41 143 NM NM NM NM
Missouri 462 569 -18.8% 302 436 152 125 8 8 NM NM
Nebraska 58 129 -55.4% 57 128 0 0 NM NM NM NM
North Dakota NM NM NM NM NM 0 0 0 0 NM NM
South Dakota 89 120 -25.9% 89 120 0 0 0 0 0 0
South Atlantic 25,568 24,110 6.0% 20,437 18,814 4,861 4,958 34 26 235 312
Delaware 673 701 -4.0% NM NM 621 610 0 0 50 87
District of Columbia NM NM NM 0 0 0 0 NM NM 0 0
Florida 14,161 12,563 12.7% 13,144 11,597 904 844 NM NM 109 119
Georgia 3,931 3,514 11.9% 2,768 2,609 1,145 845 0 0 18 60
Maryland 340 508 -33.1% 0 0 310 484 24 NM NM NM
North Carolina 2,915 2,606 11.9% 1,997 1,675 905 920 0 0 13 NM
South Carolina 1,323 1,467 -9.8% 1,143 1,192 173 266 NM NM NM NM
Virginia 2,160 2,664 -18.9% 1,384 1,721 744 925 0 0 32 18
West Virginia 59 82 -27.2% 1 16 58 64 0 0 0 NM
East South Central 7,968 8,201 -2.8% 4,057 4,508 3,663 3,476 NM NM 231 200
Alabama 4,285 4,224 1.5% 1,068 1,259 3,142 2,895 0 0 74 69
Kentucky 131 259 -49.5% 105 193 6 43 0 0 NM 22
Mississippi 2,866 3,232 -11.3% 2,227 2,588 515 537 NM NM 122 106
Tennessee 686 485 41.4% 657 468 0 0 NM NM 15 NM
West South Central 30,022 31,148 -3.6% 8,023 9,417 16,664 16,214 75 72 5,260 5,445
Arkansas 904 1,333 -32.2% 164 428 722 885 NM NM 18 20
Louisiana 5,102 5,207 -2.0% 2,238 2,157 875 953 NM NM 1,986 2,093
Oklahoma 2,769 3,542 -21.8% 1,609 2,416 1,149 1,115 NM NM NM NM
Texas 21,248 21,067 0.9% 4,012 4,416 13,919 13,261 68 65 3,249 3,324
Mountain 10,025 10,448 -4.1% 6,239 5,977 3,690 4,364 22 25 73 82
Arizona 3,933 4,300 -8.5% 1,766 1,780 2,158 2,511 9 9 0 0
Colorado 1,261 1,270 -0.7% 732 674 529 594 0 2 NM NM
Idaho 283 385 -26.5% 184 241 97 142 0 0 NM NM
Montana NM NM NM NM NM NM NM 0 0 0 0
Nevada 2,649 2,839 -6.7% 2,109 2,096 530 725 NM 5 NM 13
New Mexico 893 948 -5.8% 595 640 293 302 NM 6 0 0
Utah 935 604 54.8% 816 486 79 81 NM NM 36 33
Wyoming 37 45 -17.9% NM NM NM NM 0 0 32 33
Pacific Contiguous 13,373 13,915 -3.9% 5,008 5,191 7,135 7,496 153 151 1,077 1,078
California 11,232 11,499 -2.3% 3,605 3,641 6,408 6,646 151 147 1,068 1,065
Oregon 1,120 1,195 -6.3% 511 508 603 677 NM NM NM NM
Washington 1,021 1,220 -16.4% 892 1,042 124 173 NM NM 4 5
Pacific Noncontiguous 230 260 -11.7% 228 257 0 0 NM NM NM NM
Alaska 230 260 -11.7% 228 257 0 0 NM NM NM NM
Hawaii 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
U.S. Total 113,916 119,274 -4.5% 48,098 50,367 57,909 60,673 581 606 7,328 7,628

NM = Not meaningful due to large relative standard error or excessive percentage change.
Notes: See Glossary for definitions. Values are preliminary. See Technical Notes for a discussion of the sample design for the Form EIA-923.
Negative generation denotes that electric power consumed for plant use exceeds gross generation.
Totals may not equal sum of components because of independent rounding. Percentage change is calculated before rounding.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-923, Power Plant Operations Report.