Electric Power Monthly

Data for September 2014  |  Release Date: November 25, 2014  |  Next Release: December 23, 2014 
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Table 1.10.A. Net Generation from Natural Gas
by State, by Sector, September 2014 and 2013 (Thousand Megawatthours)

  Electric Power Sector  
Census Division
and State
All Sectors Electric Utilities Independent
Power Producers
Commercial Sector Industrial Sector
  September 2014 September 2013 Percentage
Change
September 2014 September 2013 September 2014 September 2013 September 2014 September 2013 September 2014 September 2013
New England 4,509 4,780 -5.7% 42 25 4,238 4,484 82 76 146 195
Connecticut 1,160 1,330 -12.7% 2 1 1,100 1,272 NM 32 NM 25
Maine 279 364 -23.2% 0 0 171 205 NM NM 106 156
Massachusetts 1,886 1,958 -3.7% 39 23 1,794 1,886 40 37 NM 11
New Hampshire 466 443 5.3% 1 1 461 438 NM NM NM NM
Rhode Island 717 686 4.5% 0 0 713 683 NM NM 0 0
Vermont 0.19 0.22 -16.1% 0.19 0.22 0 0 0 0 0 0
Middle Atlantic 13,035 10,627 22.7% 1,042 1,043 11,823 9,401 63 70 107 113
New Jersey 2,963 2,379 24.5% 0 NM 2,928 2,323 NM 16 NM 38
New York 5,056 4,124 22.6% 1,042 1,041 3,956 3,020 36 45 NM 18
Pennsylvania 5,017 4,124 21.7% NM NM 4,939 4,058 NM NM 68 57
East North Central 4,687 3,639 28.8% 1,496 1,302 2,966 2,145 114 105 111 88
Illinois 461 510 -9.7% 30 58 363 394 39 34 NM 23
Indiana 537 608 -11.6% 320 372 176 198 NM NM 36 33
Michigan 862 890 -3.1% 279 235 526 598 39 42 NM NM
Ohio 2,216 984 125.2% 574 296 1,608 657 NM 23 NM NM
Wisconsin 610 647 -5.6% 293 340 293 298 NM NM NM NM
West North Central 884 1,599 -44.7% 712 1,327 136 232 NM NM NM NM
Iowa 128 193 -33.7% 123 191 NM NM NM NM NM NM
Kansas 141 240 -41.2% 133 227 0 0 0 0 NM NM
Minnesota 224 594 -62.3% 185 435 26 145 NM NM NM NM
Missouri 344 432 -20.3% 226 336 110 87 8 9 NM NM
Nebraska NM 69 NM NM 68 0 0 NM NM NM NM
North Dakota NM NM NM 1 NM 0 0 0 0 NM NM
South Dakota NM 70 NM NM 70 0 0 0 0 0 0
South Atlantic 23,757 22,814 4.1% 18,726 18,123 4,749 4,396 NM 25 250 270
Delaware 646 512 26.1% NM NM 570 472 0 0 74 39
District of Columbia NM NM NM 0 0 0 0 NM NM 0 0
Florida 13,165 12,591 4.6% 12,323 11,541 733 932 NM NM 106 114
Georgia 4,045 3,675 10.1% 2,778 2,708 1,242 900 0 0 NM 67
Maryland 232 301 -23.0% 0 0 204 281 NM 16 NM NM
North Carolina 2,741 2,515 9.0% 1,784 1,657 951 846 0 0.30 NM 12
South Carolina 869 1,129 -23.0% 763 927 99 195 0 NM NM NM
Virginia 1,976 2,062 -4.2% 1,076 1,286 874 752 0 0 26 24
West Virginia 76 23 235.7% 0.14 4 76 18 0 0 0 NM
East South Central 7,758 6,599 17.6% 3,932 3,583 3,601 2,801 NM 15 210 200
Alabama 4,369 3,703 18.0% 1,177 1,111 3,124 2,523 0 0 68 69
Kentucky 77 76 0.3% 58 50 0 7 0 0 NM 19
Mississippi 2,797 2,401 16.5% 2,208 2,018 477 272 NM NM 110 110
Tennessee 516 419 23.1% 489 404 0 0 NM 13 13 2
West South Central 26,765 28,132 -4.9% 6,778 8,187 14,972 14,879 68 71 4,946 4,995
Arkansas 761 839 -9.3% 89 366 653 454 NM NM 19 20
Louisiana 4,615 4,484 2.9% 2,046 1,728 715 932 NM NM 1,851 1,821
Oklahoma 2,028 2,855 -28.9% 1,219 1,946 798 898 NM NM NM NM
Texas 19,360 19,954 -3.0% 3,424 4,147 12,806 12,596 62 64 3,068 3,147
Mountain 8,790 8,528 3.1% 5,316 4,608 3,372 3,810 23 24 78 87
Arizona 3,325 3,352 -0.8% 1,437 1,199 1,879 2,144 NM 8 0 0
Colorado 1,128 1,161 -2.8% 628 577 499 581 0.29 1 NM NM
Idaho 342 373 -8.2% 180 211 161 157 0 0 NM NM
Montana NM NM NM NM NM NM NM 0 0 0 0
Nevada 2,462 2,087 17.9% 1,923 1,540 524 519 NM 5 NM 23
New Mexico 712 860 -17.2% 453 523 254 330 NM 6 0 NM
Utah 739 620 19.2% 651 511 50 71 NM NM 35 34
Wyoming NM NM NM NM NM NM NM 0 0 31 22
Pacific Contiguous 15,136 14,131 7.1% 5,707 5,049 8,247 7,929 150 143 1,032 1,011
California 12,012 11,551 4.0% 3,741 3,474 7,105 6,939 146 140 1,020 998
Oregon 1,584 1,283 23.5% 640 474 935 798 NM NM NM NM
Washington 1,539 1,297 18.6% 1,326 1,100 208 192 NM NM 4 5
Pacific Noncontiguous 207 253 -18.2% 204 250 0 0 NM NM NM NM
Alaska 207 253 -18.2% 204 250 0 0 NM NM NM NM
Hawaii 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
U.S. Total 105,527 101,102 4.4% 43,956 43,496 54,105 50,078 566 543 6,901 6,984

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.