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Table F12: Hydrocarbon Gas Liquids Price and Expenditure Estimates, 2019

Table F12: Hydrocarbon Gas Liquids Price and Expenditure Estimates, 2019




State
Prices Expenditures
Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation Total Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation Total
Dollars per Million Btu Million Dollars
Alabama 23.81 12.72 7.86 16.25 18.36 143.7 26.9 15.5 1.4 187.5
Alaska 28.91 14.99 14.86 16.83 19.16 11.5 11.8 2.0 0.2 25.5
Arizona 27.23 15.83 15.69 16.83 21.70 151.0 54.7 24.4 3.6 233.8
Arkansas 22.58 13.02 8.05 16.20 15.38 92.5 14.2 29.5 0.2 136.3
California 26.89 16.08 17.50 17.49 21.25 697.8 213.6 354.6 9.2 1,275.3
Colorado 20.92 11.84 11.53 14.36 17.92 275.9 42.5 31.4 1.9 351.6
Connecticut 32.05 15.46 15.61 14.25 27.02 269.6 44.6 10.7 1.1 326.1
Delaware 27.42 13.75 13.18 16.44 21.13 71.5 14.4 13.3 2.1 101.4
Dist. of Col. 30.32 14.57 13.97 16.60 21.19 0.3 (s) 0.1 (s) 0.4
Florida 36.98 13.80 12.61 17.97 21.19 234.8 113.1 55.9 8.6 412.5
Georgia 27.89 13.54 12.37 17.16 19.73 244.1 49.6 80.9 3.9 378.5
Hawaii 44.27 15.59 15.45 17.40 19.44 21.9 48.1 1.6 (s) 71.6
Idaho 22.85 12.20 11.88 15.42 19.86 121.5 18.3 6.5 0.1 146.4
Illinois 16.69 11.68 7.53 17.61 10.88 464.2 50.1 380.3 10.5 905.0
Indiana 19.92 11.76 11.04 13.94 16.59 286.5 45.3 57.8 1.4 391.0
Iowa 13.86 11.65 8.06 17.23 10.09 348.7 49.4 415.7 7.9 821.7
Kansas 16.22 11.71 10.99 16.46 14.93 152.0 15.5 22.2 1.3 191.2
Kentucky 23.20 11.65 8.38 16.63 11.72 190.1 32.1 235.3 0.5 458.0
Louisiana 26.41 12.77 7.81 15.99 7.89 51.1 17.9 3,887.1 2.0 3,958.1
Maine 28.96 15.33 15.48 16.65 22.64 235.3 102.2 5.5 0.1 343.1
Maryland 30.57 14.57 13.97 17.97 23.73 223.2 50.6 25.1 2.0 300.8
Massachusetts 34.79 15.44 15.59 16.07 29.65 360.0 47.0 10.6 0.4 418.0
Michigan 19.15 11.65 10.94 16.82 17.67 829.9 50.8 61.5 5.1 947.3
Minnesota 16.61 11.75 11.03 16.28 14.51 513.7 65.0 158.5 2.9 740.2
Mississippi 25.45 13.08 8.09 16.25 18.64 149.6 21.6 23.6 0.5 195.3
Missouri 16.78 11.46 10.75 15.80 15.08 330.7 49.4 44.8 1.6 426.5
Montana 19.23 11.51 11.20 13.45 17.80 183.4 19.2 5.2 0.3 208.0
Nebraska 13.82 11.60 10.89 17.19 13.02 108.0 11.5 26.5 1.7 147.6
Nevada 27.16 16.02 15.88 17.53 20.60 54.5 23.4 21.6 0.4 99.9
New Hampshire 28.70 14.53 14.67 16.68 23.65 307.4 80.5 5.8 0.1 393.8
New Jersey 34.20 14.66 18.41 17.41 21.44 164.4 16.2 324.7 1.5 506.8
New Mexico 23.69 12.86 7.94 15.70 19.81 113.8 24.0 3.8 0.1 141.7
New York 30.00 14.30 13.71 14.91 25.51 848.3 120.8 35.7 2.1 1,006.9
North Carolina 28.81 13.64 12.46 18.14 21.38 508.3 93.9 108.4 1.3 712.0
North Dakota 15.29 11.54 10.83 16.46 13.38 125.6 25.1 49.9 0.3 200.9
Ohio 24.86 11.62 15.24 18.05 20.12 535.1 55.3 189.9 6.2 786.6
Oklahoma 17.37 11.49 10.78 15.69 15.12 145.5 27.2 25.9 3.8 202.4
Oregon 24.87 14.99 14.86 19.69 18.67 82.0 56.9 25.7 2.5 167.1
Pennsylvania 26.10 14.57 17.60 18.68 20.97 620.0 116.9 365.2 3.8 1,105.8
Rhode Island 35.73 15.55 15.70 17.91 27.90 57.9 13.9 1.9 0.4 74.1
South Carolina 31.59 13.80 12.61 16.45 21.50 123.8 35.7 27.0 1.8 188.3
South Dakota 15.47 11.49 10.78 16.13 13.95 90.8 9.5 23.8 1.1 125.2
Tennessee 21.78 11.76 11.04 16.19 17.98 159.1 25.7 22.4 0.6 207.7
Texas 24.78 12.99 8.43 16.03 8.60 535.3 126.1 19,580.3 8.2 20,249.9
Utah 21.84 12.21 11.88 12.88 17.34 66.7 19.9 11.5 0.3 98.5
Vermont 28.90 15.40 15.56 14.25 24.67 204.2 47.1 2.5 0.1 253.9
Virginia 29.88 13.71 12.52 15.92 22.76 380.2 96.3 32.4 1.4 510.3
Washington 23.02 15.97 15.83 22.23 20.33 250.8 75.8 31.8 5.7 364.2
West Virginia 31.23 13.80 18.45 16.40 20.48 90.3 21.7 186.5 0.7 299.2
Wisconsin 15.38 11.54 10.83 16.42 14.27 501.0 60.6 71.1 4.1 636.8
Wyoming 21.13 11.97 11.65 15.51 17.44 74.2 22.7 5.2 0.2 102.4

United States
22.72 13.59 8.65 17.08 10.94 12,801.6 2,474.3 27,139.4 117.4 42,532.8
Where shown, — = No consumption and (s) = Expenditure value less than 0.05. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the
Technical Notes.
Notes: Hydrocarbon gas liquids include natural gas liquids (ethane, propane, normal
butane, isobutane, and natural gasoline) and refinery olefins (ethylene, propylene, butylene,
and isobutylene). Propane is consumed by all sectors; all other products are assumed to be
consumed by the industrial sector. · Totals may not equal sum of components due to
independent rounding.