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Table F19: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2014

Table F19: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2014



State

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total
Billion Cubic Feet Trillion Btu
Alabama 39 28 204 19 346 636 39.9 28.2 209.0 19.4 355.1 651.5
Alaska 18 18 261 (s) 32 329 17.8 18.0 261.5 0.3 32.0 329.6
Arizona 32 30 22 16 206 307 33.3 31.3 23.1 16.0 211.6 315.4
Arkansas 38 51 96 12 72 268 38.9 51.7 98.1 11.9 74.1 274.8
California 397 238 845 39 832 2,352 407.5 243.7 866.8 40.5 859.0 2,417.5
Colorado 132 58 184 9 97 479 137.4 60.3 191.0 9.1 101.9 499.7
Connecticut 51 51 28 5 100 236 52.0 52.0 28.8 4.8 103.0 240.6
Delaware 11 12 31 1 46 101 11.9 12.5 32.6 1.1 48.7 106.9
Dist. of Col. 14 17 0 2 0 34 14.8 18.1 0.0 2.4 0.0 35.3
Florida 17 63 101 4 1,037 1,221 17.0 64.1 103.6 3.8 1,058.2 1,246.7
Georgia 134 59 161 8 290 652 137.1 60.2 164.1 8.3 297.0 666.8
Hawaii 1 2 (s) (s) 0 3 0.6 1.8 0.4 (s) 0.0 2.8
Idaho 25 17 28 4 18 92 25.3 17.4 28.8 4.1 18.6 94.3
Illinois 479 246 295 31 43 1,093 489.7 251.5 300.8 31.3 43.1 1,116.4
Indiana 157 91 376 7 82 713 159.8 92.7 383.3 7.2 84.8 727.8
Iowa 77 57 173 13 10 330 79.5 59.6 179.2 13.1 11.0 342.4
Kansas 71 37 135 23 18 284 72.6 37.3 137.9 23.1 18.8 289.7
Kentucky 58 40 121 8 27 254 59.2 41.1 124.6 8.7 27.7 261.2
Louisiana 44 31 1,132 46 265 1,518 45.7 32.1 1,165.9 47.2 273.0 1,563.9
Maine 2 9 24 1 24 61 2.4 9.3 24.9 1.3 24.4 62.4
Maryland 91 75 15 7 20 207 95.1 78.6 15.5 6.9 21.4 217.4
Massachusetts 127 106 46 7 135 420 130.9 109.1 47.0 7.3 139.0 433.2
Michigan 355 186 188 20 112 861 362.1 190.3 191.8 20.2 114.3 878.7
Minnesota 147 111 174 13 30 474 151.4 114.5 179.2 13.1 31.7 489.9
Mississippi 28 22 121 20 237 428 29.2 22.9 124.4 20.4 243.2 440.0
Missouri 116 73 67 6 35 297 117.1 73.9 68.0 6.3 36.1 301.4
Montana 21 22 25 4 6 77 21.9 22.1 25.2 4.2 5.8 79.3
Nebraska 42 32 87 7 4 173 43.8 33.7 90.3 7.4 4.3 179.5
Nevada 35 29 14 6 167 251 36.3 30.1 14.8 5.8 172.5 259.4
New Hampshire 8 9 8 (s) 31 57 8.0 9.7 8.7 0.2 32.2 58.8
New Jersey 248 202 61 5 250 766 258.9 211.3 64.3 5.5 258.6 798.6
New Mexico 32 26 104 9 77 247 33.5 26.6 107.4 9.1 79.5 256.1
New York 458 320 85 29 453 1,345 472.9 330.4 87.5 29.7 466.0 1,386.6
North Carolina 75 60 108 4 206 453 76.6 61.1 110.0 4.0 209.1 460.9
North Dakota 13 14 42 15 2 85 13.3 14.9 44.8 15.5 2.1 90.6
Ohio 321 183 308 13 175 1,000 335.2 191.5 322.2 13.6 182.5 1,045.0
Oklahoma 69 47 271 46 208 640 71.8 48.9 281.5 47.6 216.0 665.8
Oregon 41 28 57 4 90 220 42.1 29.0 57.8 4.0 92.8 225.6
Pennsylvania 255 160 361 37 388 1,201 267.4 167.5 379.3 38.5 404.3 1,257.1
Rhode Island 20 13 8 3 45 89 20.3 13.6 8.3 3.0 46.1 91.3
South Carolina 32 25 83 2 87 230 32.6 26.0 85.3 2.5 89.5 235.9
South Dakota 14 12 45 5 4 81 14.7 12.7 46.6 5.4 4.0 83.5
Tennessee 78 57 117 6 45 304 80.5 59.0 120.3 6.2 46.0 312.0
Texas 235 185 1,974 278 1,425 4,096 242.1 190.9 2,037.3 286.9 1,462.0 4,219.1
Utah 62 38 69 14 59 243 65.3 39.9 72.1 15.0 60.5 252.7
Vermont 4 5 2 (s) (s) 11 3.9 4.9 1.9 0.1 (s) 10.8
Virginia 93 72 88 8 159 420 96.7 75.2 92.0 8.0 165.5 437.3
Washington 79 54 79 9 85 307 82.1 56.8 82.9 9.8 88.2 319.8
West Virginia 28 24 62 29 7 151 30.4 25.9 67.1 31.3 7.0 161.7
Wisconsin 150 107 142 4 60 463 155.5 110.6 146.4 3.9 61.6 477.9
Wyoming 13 12 95 15 1 136 13.8 12.7 98.7 15.6 0.8 141.8

United States
5,087 3,467 9,124 871 8,146 26,695 5,247.8 3,577.2 9,403.0 900.6 8,384.5 27,513.2
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.