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Data for May 2015  |  Release Date:   July 31, 2015  |  Next Release:   August 31, 2015   |  full report

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Table of Contentsall tables

Tables
1 Summary of Natural Gas Supply and Disposition in the United States, 2010-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
2 Natural Gas Consumption in the United States, 2010-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
3 Selected National Average Natural Gas Prices, 2010-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
4 U.S. Natural Gas Imports, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
5 U.S. Natural Gas Exports, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
6 Gross Withdrawals of Natural Gas in Selected States and the Federal Gulf of Mexico, 2010-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
7 Marketed Production of Natural Gas in Selected States and the Federal Gulf of Mexico, 2010-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
8 Underground Natural Gas Storage – All Operators, 2010-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
9 Underground Natural Gas Storage by Season, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
10 Underground Natural Gas Storage – Salt Cavern Storage Fields, 2010-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
11 Underground Natural Gas Storage – Storage Fields Other than Salt Caverns, 2010-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
12 Net Withdrawals from Underground Storage, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
13 Activities of Underground Natural Gas Storage Operators, by State, May 2015   PDF CSV  
14 Natural Gas Deliveries to Residential Consumers, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
15 Natural Gas Deliveries to Commercial Consumers, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
16 Natural Gas Deliveries to Industrial Consumers, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
17 Natural Gas Deliveries to Electric Power Consumers, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
18 Natural Gas Deliveries to All Consumers, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
19 Average City Gate Price, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
20 Average Price of Natural Gas Sold to Residential Consumers, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
21 Average Price of Natural Gas Sold to Commercial Consumers, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
22 Average Price of Natural Gas Sold to Industrial Consumers, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
23 Average Price of Natural Gas Sold to Electric Power Consumers, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
24 Percentage of Total Deliveries Included in Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Prices, by State, 2013-2015   PDF CSV  
25 Heating Value of Natural Gas Consumed, by State, 2013-2015 XLS PDF CSV  
Figures
1 Production, Consumption, and Net Imports of Natural Gas in the United States, 2012-2015   PDF
2 Natural Gas Deliveries to Consumers in the United States, 2012-2015   PDF
3 Average Citygate and Consumer Price of Natural Gas in the United States, 2012-2015   PDF
4 Spot Prices of Natural Gas and Natural Gas Plant Liquids in the United States, 2012-2015   PDF
5 Working Gas in Underground Natural Gas Storage in the United States, 2012-2015   PDF
6 Percentage of Total Deliveries Included in Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Price Estimates, 2012-2015   PDF
Appendices
A Explanatory Notes   PDF
A1 Methodology for Most Recent Monthly Natural Gas Supply and Disposition Data of Tables 1 and 2   PDF
B Data Sources   PDF
C Statistical Considerations   PDF
C1 Standard Error for Natural Gas Deliveries and Price to Consumers by State, May 2015   PDF CSV
Natural Gas Monthly Glossary   PDF
  Common Abbreviations Used in the Natural Gas Monthly   PDF
Volume Comparison
A volume comparison of residential and commercial consumption calculated with two methodologies.

Natural Gas Monthly Contacts

Highlights


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May 2015

  • Dry natural gas production for May was the highest for that month since EIA began reporting dry gas production data. Preliminary dry natural gas production for May 2015 was 2,283 billion cubic feet (Bcf), or 73.6 Bcf/day. This level was a 4.1 Bcf/day increase from 69.5 Bcf/day in May 2014, a 5.9% rise from year to year. .
  • May's consumption was the highest on record for the month, dating back to 2001. Preliminary total natural gas consumption for May 2015 was 1,878 Bcf, or 60.6 Bcf/day. This level was an increase of 2.7% from 1,829 Bcf in May 2014, or 59.0 Bcf/day.
  • For the third consecutive month, total consumption of dry natural gas for May 2015 decreased in three of four sectors year to year, with the exception being electric power deliveries, which increased significantly from last May:
    • Deliveries to residential consumers for May 2015 were 176 Bcf, or 5.7 Bcf/day, down 13.3% from 6.5 Bcf/day in May 2014. Residential consumption was the second-lowest level for May on record, dating back to 1973.
    • Commercial deliveries were 159 Bcf, or 5.1 Bcf/day, a 10.2% decrease from 5.7 Bcf/day in May 2014.
    • Industrial deliveries were 603 Bcf, or 19.5 Bcf/day, down 0.7% from 19.6 Bcf/day in May 2014.
    • Electric power deliveries were 736 Bcf, or 23.7 Bcf/day, a 13.6% rise from 20.9 Bcf/day in May 2014. May's electric power consumption was the second-highest level for the month on record.
  • In May 2015 the U.S. exported liquefied natural gas to Taiwan for the first time.

 

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