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Table F19: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2012

Table F19: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2012



State

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total
Billion Cubic Feet Trillion Btu
Alabama 28 22 195 26 401 671 28.0 21.9 198.4 26.0 407.7 682.0
Alaska 21 20 258 4 40 343 21.6 20.1 261.2 4.0 40.3 347.2
Arizona 35 32 23 14 229 332 35.7 32.2 23.1 14.4 233.7 339.1
Arkansas 26 41 89 11 129 296 26.5 41.9 89.5 10.6 131.8 300.2
California 478 253 789 28 855 2,403 487.6 258.3 805.4 28.2 876.9 2,456.3
Colorado 115 52 179 11 86 443 119.7 53.8 185.6 11.5 90.1 460.7
Connecticut 41 42 27 5 114 229 42.3 43.7 27.8 4.9 117.5 236.3
Delaware 9 10 29 1 53 102 8.8 10.3 29.6 1.1 54.7 104.4
Dist. of Col. 11 15 0 2 0 29 11.6 15.8 0.0 2.0 0.0 29.4
Florida 14 55 104 16 1,139 1,328 14.7 55.7 106.2 16.8 1,155.1 1,348.4
Georgia 98 52 146 12 308 616 99.1 52.8 148.6 11.8 312.7 625.0
Hawaii (s) 2 (s) (s) 0 3 0.5 1.9 0.4 (s) 0.0 2.8
Idaho 24 16 30 6 14 89 24.3 16.1 30.2 6.0 13.8 90.3
Illinois 361 188 278 23 89 938 364.8 190.0 280.6 22.8 90.3 948.5
Indiana 116 67 345 7 115 650 116.9 67.7 349.4 7.3 116.6 658.0
Iowa 56 44 169 10 17 295 56.6 44.4 171.2 10.3 16.9 299.3
Kansas 50 25 134 20 33 262 51.5 26.0 136.9 20.3 33.2 267.9
Kentucky 43 31 112 7 31 225 44.4 31.7 115.8 7.5 31.9 231.3
Louisiana 32 26 1,123 49 323 1,553 32.3 26.7 1,138.7 49.9 328.5 1,576.0
Maine 1 7 30 1 28 68 1.5 7.5 31.1 0.8 29.5 70.5
Maryland 70 64 18 8 49 209 73.0 66.6 18.3 7.9 50.9 216.7
Massachusetts 115 73 44 4 180 416 119.2 75.5 45.4 4.6 186.1 430.9
Michigan 277 145 167 20 181 790 281.5 147.1 170.0 20.7 184.4 803.6
Minnesota 109 83 157 13 57 420 111.3 84.8 159.9 13.1 58.3 427.5
Mississippi 20 18 117 29 291 474 19.8 18.2 118.6 29.2 294.1 479.9
Missouri 83 55 63 5 51 256 83.8 55.2 63.0 5.0 51.9 258.9
Montana 19 19 23 7 5 73 19.5 19.7 23.3 7.2 5.5 75.2
Nebraska 31 27 86 8 8 159 31.9 27.0 87.2 7.8 7.9 161.8
Nevada 37 29 11 7 189 274 38.4 30.0 11.7 7.1 194.2 281.4
New Hampshire 6 8 7 (s) 50 72 6.6 8.4 7.2 0.1 52.0 74.4
New Jersey 191 175 55 5 226 652 196.7 179.5 56.3 4.9 233.5 671.0
New Mexico 33 25 105 8 74 245 33.2 25.5 107.5 7.9 76.4 250.5
New York 358 270 75 21 499 1,223 369.2 278.9 77.0 22.2 513.6 1,261.0
North Carolina 57 49 102 5 151 364 57.3 49.7 103.6 5.5 151.8 367.9
North Dakota 10 10 37 16 (s) 73 10.2 11.0 39.6 16.6 (s) 77.5
Ohio 251 145 265 10 172 843 259.4 150.4 274.3 10.0 175.9 869.9
Oklahoma 49 36 256 33 318 692 50.6 37.3 263.8 34.5 326.5 712.8
Oregon 43 29 58 5 81 216 44.3 29.5 58.8 4.8 83.2 220.6
Pennsylvania 197 127 282 37 394 1,038 206.0 132.5 294.9 39.1 407.0 1,079.5
Rhode Island 16 10 8 1 61 95 16.4 10.4 8.1 1.1 62.5 98.4
South Carolina 23 21 81 3 116 245 23.3 21.8 82.7 3.5 119.1 250.5
South Dakota 11 9 41 6 2 70 10.9 9.5 42.0 6.5 2.5 71.5
Tennessee 54 45 106 10 63 277 54.6 45.6 107.3 10.1 63.6 281.2
Texas 170 161 1,881 162 1,517 3,891 174.8 165.9 1,934.1 166.7 1,550.5 3,992.0
Utah 60 35 68 13 47 223 62.5 37.0 70.6 13.8 48.8 232.6
Vermont 3 2 3 (s) (s) 8 3.0 2.3 2.7 0.1 (s) 8.3
Virginia 70 60 80 10 190 410 72.9 62.3 82.7 10.1 196.1 424.1
Washington 80 53 78 9 43 264 82.2 55.0 80.5 9.7 44.2 271.7
West Virginia 22 23 50 32 2 130 24.2 24.6 54.2 34.5 2.5 140.0
Wisconsin 113 77 124 2 87 403 114.8 78.5 126.8 1.9 88.4 410.3
Wyoming 12 10 114 17 (s) 153 11.9 10.8 118.1 17.3 0.5 158.6

United States
4,149 2,895 8,620 758 9,111 25,533 4,252.2 2,968.8 8,820.2 779.5 9,312.8 26,133.6
aTransportation use of natural gas is gas consumed in the operation of pipelines, primarily in
compressors, and as vehicle fuel.
Notes: Estimates are for natural gas including supplemental gaseous fuels. ยท Totals may not
equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
Where shown, (s) = Btu value less than 0.05 or physical unit value less than 0.5. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical
Notes.