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Data for January 2015  |  Release Date: March 27, 2015  |  Next Release: April 27, 2015 
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Table 1.10.B. Net Generation from Natural Gas
by State, by Sector, Year-to-Date through January 2015 and 2014 (Thousand Megawatthours)

  Electric Power Sector  
Census Division
and State
All Sectors Electric Utilities Independent
Power Producers
Commercial Sector Industrial Sector
  January 2015 YTD January 2014 YTD Percentage
Change
January 2015 YTD January 2014 YTD January 2015 YTD January 2014 YTD January 2015 YTD January 2014 YTD January 2015 YTD January 2014 YTD
New England 3,626 2,791 29.9% 4 18 3,450 2,561 69 68 103 145
Connecticut 1,545 889 73.9% 0 4 1,477 816 NM NM NM 46
Maine 313 452 -30.8% 0 0 266 366 NM NM NM 84
Massachusetts 951 1,031 -7.7% 3 14 898 966 38 39 NM NM
New Hampshire 518 80 549.3% 0.04 0.03 514 76 NM NM NM NM
Rhode Island 298 339 -12.2% 0 0 295 336 NM NM 0 0
Vermont 0.33 0.27 23.8% 0.33 0.27 0 0 0 0 0 0
Middle Atlantic 11,283 9,411 19.9% 1,087 880 9,961 8,315 89 84 145 133
New Jersey 2,540 1,936 31.2% NM NM 2,488 1,886 NM NM NM NM
New York 4,220 3,802 11.0% 1,084 875 3,050 2,846 66 61 NM NM
Pennsylvania 4,523 3,674 23.1% NM NM 4,423 3,582 NM NM 90 82
East North Central 7,409 5,783 28.1% 2,990 2,196 4,166 3,331 130 138 123 119
Illinois 817 650 25.7% 13 NM 718 536 55 57 NM NM
Indiana 1,420 1,115 27.4% 1,142 850 218 214 NM NM 50 46
Michigan 1,421 1,388 2.4% 376 265 980 1,047 41 50 NM 26
Ohio 2,687 2,012 33.5% 990 776 1,675 1,216 NM NM NM NM
Wisconsin 1,064 618 72.1% 468 277 575 318 NM 12 NM 12
West North Central 985 1,065 -7.5% 904 916 36 102 NM 19 NM 29
Iowa 191 97 96.7% 178 83 0 0 NM 6 NM 8
Kansas 67 161 -58.6% 56 155 0 0 0 0 NM NM
Minnesota 330 382 -13.5% 300 270 12 87 NM 13 NM 12
Missouri 313 380 -17.7% 288 365 24 15 -0.02 -0.13 NM NM
Nebraska 19 8 133.5% 18 8 0 0 NM NM NM 0
North Dakota NM NM NM 0.15 0 0 0 0 0 NM NM
South Dakota 64 35 84.3% 64 35 0 0 0 0 0 0
South Atlantic 23,067 19,582 17.8% 18,728 15,704 4,021 3,569 NM NM 275 267
Delaware 477 299 59.7% NM NM 393 248 0 0 83 48
District of Columbia NM NM NM 0 0 0 0 NM NM 0 0
Florida 11,439 10,682 7.1% 10,776 9,834 538 721 NM NM 122 124
Georgia 4,302 3,139 37.1% 2,992 2,378 1,287 721 0 0 23 40
Maryland 140 149 -6.1% 0 0 103 111 NM NM NM NM
North Carolina 3,164 2,502 26.4% 2,155 1,711 996 778 0.06 0.27 NM 12
South Carolina 943 890 5.9% 869 820 70 67 NM NM NM NM
Virginia 2,570 1,820 41.2% 1,929 891 614 893 NM NM 27 35
West Virginia 26 97 -72.6% 7 66 20 30 0 0 NM NM
East South Central 9,650 8,808 9.6% 5,055 4,931 4,315 3,609 NM NM 264 252
Alabama 5,047 4,366 15.6% 1,427 1,383 3,535 2,889 0 0 84 95
Kentucky 220 531 -58.6% 184 478 17 36 0 0 NM NM
Mississippi 3,743 3,237 15.6% 2,833 2,418 763 685 NM NM 144 132
Tennessee 642 674 -4.8% 610 652 0 0 NM NM 17 NM
West South Central 28,514 24,261 17.5% 6,602 6,132 16,172 12,622 78 73 5,662 5,433
Arkansas 1,345 1,011 33.0% 233 100 1,078 877 NM NM 33 34
Louisiana 5,053 5,026 0.5% 2,145 1,796 770 1,117 NM 17 2,120 2,095
Oklahoma 2,859 2,447 16.9% 1,913 1,845 936 592 NM NM NM NM
Texas 19,258 15,777 22.1% 2,311 2,390 13,387 10,036 59 55 3,501 3,295
Mountain 5,830 5,615 3.8% 3,838 3,492 1,867 1,966 28 37 96 121
Arizona 1,343 1,410 -4.8% 533 545 799 853 NM 13 0 0
Colorado 832 785 6.1% 447 474 384 307 0 3 NM NM
Idaho 326 397 -17.9% 209 215 113 177 0 0 NM 5
Montana NM 59 NM NM 56 NM NM 0 0 0 0
Nevada 1,847 1,573 17.4% 1,591 1,241 236 301 NM NM NM 25
New Mexico 783 700 11.8% 477 396 299 295 NM NM 0 NM
Utah 590 638 -7.5% 525 562 NM NM NM NM 29 38
Wyoming 53 53 0.3% NM NM NM NM 0 0 48 49
Pacific Contiguous 10,677 13,307 -19.8% 4,114 4,487 5,502 7,515 135 161 927 1,144
California 8,865 10,424 -15.0% 3,022 2,781 4,801 6,361 128 151 914 1,132
Oregon 1,160 1,670 -30.5% 508 682 643 972 NM 8 NM 7
Washington 651 1,213 -46.3% 584 1,024 58 181 NM NM 8 6
Pacific Noncontiguous 289 301 -4.0% 285 294 0 0 NM NM NM 7
Alaska 289 301 -4.0% 285 294 0 0 NM NM NM 7
Hawaii 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
U.S. Total 101,330 90,926 11.4% 43,606 39,048 49,491 43,590 605 638 7,628 7,650

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.