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Last Update: June 20, 2024 Next Update: July 18, 2024                                                                                                                                               See full record of updates

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Energy Indicators  
Demography Kansas Share of U.S. Period
Population 2.9 million 0.9% 2023  
Civilian Labor Force 1.5 million 0.9% Apr-24  
Economy Kansas U.S. Rank Period
Gross Domestic Product $ 226.0 billion 33 2023  
Gross Domestic Product for the Manufacturing Sector $ 32,857 million 28 2023  
Per Capita Personal Income $ 63,732 30 2023  
Vehicle Miles Traveled 31,334 million miles 33 2022  
Land in Farms 44.8 million acres 3 2023  
Climate Kansas U.S. Rank Period
Average Temperature 56.3 degrees Fahrenheit 19 2023  
Precipitation 25.6 inches 36 2023  
Prices  
Petroleum Kansas U.S. Average Period find more
Domestic Crude Oil First Purchase $ 76.88 /barrel $ 78.97 /barrel Mar-24  
Natural Gas Kansas U.S. Average Period find more
City Gate $ 5.07 /thousand cu ft $ 4.05 /thousand cu ft Mar-24 find more
Residential $ 11.11 /thousand cu ft $ 13.85 /thousand cu ft Mar-24 find more
Coal Kansas U.S. Average Period find more
Average Sales Price -- $ 54.46 /short ton 2022  
Delivered to Electric Power Sector $ 1.50 /million Btu $ 2.49 /million Btu Mar-24  
Electricity Kansas U.S. Average Period find more
Residential 14.24 cents/kWh 16.68 cents/kWh Mar-24 find more
Commercial 11.15 cents/kWh 12.76 cents/kWh Mar-24 find more
Industrial 7.83 cents/kWh 7.73 cents/kWh Mar-24 find more
Reserves  
Reserves Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Crude Oil (as of Dec. 31) 292 million barrels 0.7% 2021 find more
Expected Future Production of Dry Natural Gas (as of Dec. 31) 2,267 billion cu ft 0.4% 2021 find more
Expected Future Production of Natural Gas Plant Liquids 154 million barrels 0.6% 2021 find more
Recoverable Coal at Producing Mines -- -- 2022 find more
Rotary Rigs & Wells Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Natural Gas Producing Wells 17,362 wells 3.6% 2020 find more
Capacity Kansas Share of U.S. Period
Crude Oil Refinery Capacity (as of Jan. 1) 404,600 barrels/calendar day 2.2% 2023  
Electric Power Industry Net Summer Capacity 19,246 MW 1.6% Mar-24  
Supply & Distribution  
Production Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Total Energy 743 trillion Btu 0.8% 2021 find more
Crude Oil 74 thousand barrels per day 0.6% Mar-24 find more
Natural Gas - Marketed 147,846 million cu ft 0.4% 2022 find more
Coal -- -- 2022 find more
Total Utility-Scale Net Electricity Generation Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Total Net Electricity Generation 4,791 thousand MWh 1.5% Mar-24  
Utility-Scale Net Electricity Generation (share of total) Kansas U.S. Average Period
Petroleum-Fired 0.1 % 0.3 % Mar-24 find more
Natural Gas-Fired 9.1 % 40.3 % Mar-24 find more
Coal-Fired 9.6 % 11.9 % Mar-24 find more
Nuclear 16.4 % 19.6 % Mar-24 find more
Renewables 64.8 % 27.6 % Mar-24  
Stocks Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Motor Gasoline (Excludes Pipelines) 166 thousand barrels 1.5% Mar-24  
Distillate Fuel Oil (Excludes Pipelines) 2,275 thousand barrels 2.5% Mar-24 find more
Natural Gas in Underground Storage 242,171 million cu ft 3.6% Mar-24 find more
Petroleum Stocks at Electric Power Producers 236 thousand barrels 1.1% Mar-24 find more
Coal Stocks at Electric Power Producers 5,438 thousand tons 4.1% Mar-24 find more
Fueling Stations Kansas Share of U.S. Period
Motor Gasoline 1,076 stations 1.0% 2021  
Propane 35 stations 1.5% May-24  
Electric Vehicle Charging Locations 444 stations 0.7% May-24  
E85 66 stations 1.5% May-24  
Biodiesel, Compressed Natural Gas, and Other Alternative Fuels 33 stations 1.2% May-24  
Consumption & Expenditures  
Summary Kansas U.S. Rank Period
Total Consumption 1,001 trillion Btu 31 2022 find more
Total Consumption per Capita 366 million Btu 16 2021 find more
Total Expenditures $ 17,246 million 33 2022 find more
Total Expenditures per Capita $ 4,312 21 2021 find more
by End-Use Sector Kansas Share of U.S. Period
Consumption
    »  Residential 189 trillion Btu 1.0% 2022 find more
    »  Commercial 175 trillion Btu 1.1% 2022 find more
    »  Industrial 370 trillion Btu 1.2% 2022 find more
    »  Transportation 267 trillion Btu 1.0% 2022 find more
Expenditures
    »  Residential $ 3,181 million 1.0% 2022 find more
    »  Commercial $ 2,572 million 1.1% 2022 find more
    »  Industrial $ 3,229 million 1.1% 2022 find more
    »  Transportation $ 8,264 million 1.0% 2022 find more
by Source Kansas Share of U.S. Period
Consumption
    »  Petroleum 66 million barrels 0.9% 2022 find more
    »  Natural Gas 309 billion cu ft 1.0% 2022 find more
    »  Coal 13,139 thousand short tons 2.5% 2022 find more
Expenditures
    »  Petroleum $ 10,022 million 1.0% 2022 find more
    »  Natural Gas $ 2,734 million 1.0% 2022 find more
    »  Coal $ 429 million 1.6% 2022 find more
Consumption for Electricity Generation Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Petroleum 16 thousand barrels 1.1% Mar-24 find more
Natural Gas 4,491 million cu ft 0.5% Mar-24 find more
Coal 327 thousand tons 1.5% Mar-24 find more
Energy Source Used for Home Heating (share of households) Kansas U.S. Average Period
Natural Gas 63.3 % 46.2 % 2022  
Fuel Oil 0.1 % 3.9 % 2022  
Electricity 26.7 % 41.3 % 2022  
Propane 7.7 % 5.0 % 2022  
Other/None 2.2 % 3.5 % 2022  
Environment  
Renewable Energy Capacity Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Total Renewable Energy Electricity Net Summer Capacity 9,099 MW 2.7% Mar-24  
Ethanol Plant Nameplate Capacity 630 million gal/year 3.6% 2023  
Renewable Energy Production Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Utility-Scale Hydroelectric Net Electricity Generation 1 thousand MWh * Mar-24  
Utility-Scale Solar, Wind, and Geothermal Net Electricity Generation 3,099 thousand MWh 5.0% Mar-24  
Utility-Scale Biomass Net Electricity Generation NM NM Mar-24  
Small-Scale Solar Photovoltaic Generation 16 thousand MWh 0.2% Mar-24  
Fuel Ethanol Production 12,670 thousand barrels 3.5% 2021  
Renewable Energy Consumption Kansas U.S. Rank Period find more
Renewable Energy Consumption as a Share of State Total 25.8 % 9 2021  
Fuel Ethanol Consumption 2,906 thousand barrels 35 2021  
Total Emissions Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Carbon Dioxide 59.8 million metric tons 1.2% 2021  
Electric Power Industry Emissions Kansas Share of U.S. Period find more
Carbon Dioxide 23,881 thousand metric tons 1.4% 2022  
Sulfur Dioxide 4 thousand metric tons 0.4% 2022  
Nitrogen Oxide 18 thousand metric tons 1.5% 2022  

Notes & Sources

-- = No data reported.
*  = Value is less than half of the smallest unit of measure (e.g., for values with no decimals, the smallest unit is 1 then values less than 0.5 are shown as *.)
NA = Not available.
NM = Not meaningful due to large relative standard error or excessive percentage change.
W = Withheld to avoid disclosure of individual company data.
Note: Small differences between source data and values displayed here may be due to independent rounding.
Note: Components of "Utility-scale net electricity generation (share of total)" may not add to 100% because "Total utility-scale net electricity generation" includes net generation from petroleum coke, pumped storage hydroelectric, other gases, and other energy sources, which are not shown separately.
Note: Territory data may be estimates based on EIA's Short-Term Energy Outlook.