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Table F19: Natural Gas Price and Expenditure Estimates, 2020

Table F19: Natural Gas Price and Expenditure Estimates, 2020





State
Prices Expenditures

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportationa
Electric
Power

Total

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportationa
Electric
Power

Total
Dollars per Million Btu Million Dollars
Alabama 15.54 11.58 3.44 6.49 2.46 3.65 451.1 273.3 699.7 0.5 1,005.2 2,429.7
Alaska 11.32 10.07 4.91 10.07 7.83 9.40 234.5 164.5 15.8 (s) 179.3 594.1
Arizona 12.75 6.73 3.84 7.03 2.42 3.66 543.8 218.4 75.2 14.6 966.0 1,818.1
Arkansas 12.12 7.55 6.17 6.73 2.33 5.30 372.1 403.1 597.4 0.5 322.6 1,695.8
California 13.68 9.46 7.30 8.63 3.26 7.82 6,483.2 2,275.2 4,090.7 208.7 2,070.6 15,128.4
Colorado 6.75 5.83 4.63 11.40 2.83 4.88 986.2 356.9 390.2 11.5 436.5 2,181.2
Connecticut 14.26 9.11 6.07 11.91 2.37 5.98 714.9 492.3 143.9 2.6 385.2 1,738.8
Delaware 12.44 10.35 10.35 10.35 1.70 7.33 140.5 159.4 229.0 0.1 51.5 580.5
Dist. of Col. 11.54 10.24 8.70 10.78 133.9 159.5 2.0 295.4
Florida 20.82 11.21 5.35 8.74 3.19 3.87 370.4 658.2 674.3 47.0 4,447.9 6,197.8
Georgia 15.04 7.51 3.66 11.74 2.36 5.01 1,851.4 393.1 574.6 19.2 1,037.7 3,876.0
Hawaii 39.65 27.90 21.58 30.63 22.8 45.9 1.6 70.4
Idaho 6.55 5.44 3.57 11.90 2.62 4.41 206.4 111.8 140.9 0.6 81.4 541.1
Illinois 7.65 6.59 4.10 11.81 2.28 5.53 3,141.3 1,473.0 932.0 1.2 547.0 6,094.6
Indiana 8.17 6.52 5.14 12.43 2.04 4.90 1,149.2 558.5 1,940.5 (s) 494.8 4,143.0
Iowa 7.30 5.49 3.69 4.78 1.93 4.31 498.6 297.1 923.2 0.2 91.7 1,810.8
Kansas 9.06 7.24 3.27 7.83 2.60 5.39 583.9 298.5 379.4 6.2 64.2 1,332.2
Kentucky 10.61 8.23 3.33 11.64 2.86 4.90 512.0 293.3 368.7 0.4 307.3 1,481.8
Louisiana 11.92 8.21 2.52 3.69 2.25 2.78 389.6 248.8 2,583.1 4.6 821.6 4,047.8
Maine 14.31 10.93 7.55 10.93 3.41 7.77 44.1 101.5 178.0 (s) 34.4 358.0
Maryland 12.56 10.20 8.50 11.74 2.34 7.91 1,010.0 743.7 151.1 3.3 232.0 2,140.1
Massachusetts 14.28 10.88 9.03 11.75 3.42 9.68 1,770.1 1,227.8 425.5 1.1 369.7 3,794.2
Michigan 7.78 6.47 5.52 6.47 2.06 5.30 2,509.6 1,100.9 869.6 (s) 653.0 5,133.1
Minnesota 7.65 6.08 3.80 5.52 2.58 5.21 1,046.2 648.7 492.1 2.5 240.3 2,429.8
Mississippi 11.20 8.44 3.95 9.26 2.28 3.16 237.2 158.9 423.3 0.1 918.6 1,738.0
Missouri 10.17 7.19 5.65 7.88 2.23 6.71 1,038.8 444.1 367.2 1.5 156.0 2,007.5
Montana 6.73 6.50 5.58 8.34 1.73 6.12 157.1 178.7 96.5 (s) 6.2 438.5
Nebraska 7.54 5.12 3.64 12.78 3.16 4.71 297.5 172.5 368.1 2.2 36.5 876.8
Nevada 9.99 6.99 5.79 5.24 2.66 4.39 476.7 187.3 115.3 6.2 560.8 1,346.3
New Hampshire 14.20 10.93 8.20 11.84 3.17 7.01 108.5 102.0 78.7 0.2 85.1 374.6
New Jersey 9.53 8.44 7.24 9.84 1.77 6.34 2,215.8 1,213.9 226.8 2.8 413.9 4,073.3
New Mexico 6.84 4.62 2.97 11.77 1.61 3.27 256.5 120.9 30.6 4.6 164.7 577.4
New York 12.38 6.66 6.77 9.83 2.10 7.14 5,595.2 1,987.7 604.8 9.4 918.7 9,115.8
North Carolina 12.81 8.72 5.07 3.13 3.49 5.45 847.3 470.2 604.4 5.3 1,093.7 3,020.8
North Dakota 6.36 4.91 1.90 8.07 2.54 3.29 81.6 76.6 72.3 (s) 42.0 272.5
Ohio 8.90 5.26 5.54 11.98 1.85 5.08 2,590.9 912.2 1,540.4 14.6 731.1 5,789.2
Oklahoma 8.84 6.72 2.22 4.81 2.28 3.20 553.1 293.8 437.5 8.2 787.7 2,080.3
Oregon 10.33 7.81 4.48 11.57 2.02 4.64 496.3 233.9 265.4 0.6 276.9 1,273.0
Pennsylvania 11.04 8.75 7.68 7.06 1.62 4.75 2,540.5 1,348.5 1,618.0 11.7 1,392.8 6,911.5
Rhode Island 14.63 11.96 8.90 11.96 2.90 6.69 275.3 133.0 76.6 1.2 174.4 660.5
South Carolina 13.08 8.35 3.80 5.97 2.70 4.34 392.7 205.6 373.0 0.6 508.5 1,480.3
South Dakota 6.61 4.90 4.09 2.39 4.44 93.9 62.6 200.7 22.8 380.1
Tennessee 8.60 7.41 3.99 4.94 2.37 4.88 588.5 406.3 577.3 1.9 248.8 1,822.9
Texas 11.38 6.37 2.26 11.62 2.07 2.88 2,378.1 1,124.9 3,451.0 13.1 3,668.8 10,635.8
Utah 7.81 6.29 4.86 14.20 2.53 5.45 604.7 290.1 161.3 4.0 176.8 1,236.9
Vermont 12.69 5.20 3.35 5.20 2.74 7.07 50.3 37.7 7.8 0.1 (s) 95.9
Virginia 12.01 7.67 3.54 12.12 2.40 4.14 957.4 548.3 391.0 8.0 1,124.1 3,028.8
Washington 10.11 8.08 7.12 11.27 2.86 6.80 956.5 486.6 289.0 1.5 293.8 2,027.4
West Virginia 9.27 7.49 2.16 7.49 1.91 4.93 231.0 175.4 77.9 0.1 42.9 527.4
Wisconsin 7.17 5.47 4.23 3.14 2.40 4.66 1,040.6 527.8 682.5 1.5 396.0 2,648.5
Wyoming 8.22 6.12 3.87 10.21 2.28 4.77 114.6 80.7 218.2 0.1 13.6 427.3

United States
10.33 7.47 4.06 8.39 2.42 4.87 50,342.4 24,683.7 30,232.2 426.4 29,095.2 134,780.0
aTransportation use of natural gas to operate pipelines and as vehicle fuel. Notes: Estimates are for natural gas including supplemental gaseous fuels. · Totals may not equal sum of
components due to independent rounding.
— = No consumption. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.
Where shown, (s) = Expenditure value less than 0.05.