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Table F18: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2018

Table F18: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2018



State

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total
Billion Cubic Feet Trillion Btu
Alabama 35 27 232 26 431 750 35.7 27.4 238.4 26.2 443.2 770.9
Alaska 19 14 296 1 25 355 18.1 14.1 288.1 0.6 25.4 346.3
Arizona 35 32 19 14 285 385 36.5 33.1 19.9 14.6 296.5 400.6
Arkansas 35 55 110 7 153 361 35.5 56.2 111.9 7.4 155.9 366.9
California 424 248 807 43 615 2,137 438.2 256.3 834.1 44.8 634.1 2,207.4
Colorado 129 56 166 11 126 487 137.6 59.9 177.7 11.4 138.5 525.1
Connecticut 53 58 25 6 136 278 54.7 59.9 25.3 6.2 139.9 286.0
Delaware 12 16 31 1 36 96 12.6 16.3 32.1 0.8 37.7 99.4
Dist. of Col. 13 17 0 2 0 31 13.6 17.2 0.0 1.8 0.0 32.6
Florida 17 64 108 21 1,267 1,477 17.6 65.6 111.4 21.6 1,294.9 1,511.1
Georgia 133 57 158 17 374 739 136.7 58.1 162.8 17.9 384.4 759.8
Hawaii 1 3 (s) (s) 0 3 0.6 2.5 0.1 (s) 0.0 3.2
Idaho 27 19 35 7 24 112 28.6 19.9 36.2 6.9 24.2 115.8
Illinois 438 242 263 26 139 1,109 451.0 249.1 270.7 27.2 142.8 1,140.8
Indiana 144 86 419 8 196 854 150.8 90.1 438.7 8.3 206.2 894.2
Iowa 71 57 256 12 47 443 75.1 60.2 271.1 13.0 50.8 470.1
Kansas 67 40 144 30 28 310 69.7 41.8 150.0 30.7 29.2 321.4
Kentucky 51 38 123 14 113 340 54.1 40.4 129.4 15.0 117.7 356.6
Louisiana 38 35 1,314 133 301 1,821 38.6 35.6 1,341.4 136.2 308.9 1,860.7
Maine 3 10 19 1 14 46 3.2 9.9 19.9 0.9 14.4 48.4
Maryland 86 77 16 23 98 301 90.2 80.7 16.9 24.3 101.3 313.4
Massachusetts 130 119 48 9 134 439 134.3 122.4 49.0 9.1 138.0 452.7
Michigan 327 180 182 22 254 965 342.5 188.9 190.8 22.6 266.0 1,010.8
Minnesota 141 112 160 14 63 490 147.9 116.9 167.4 14.7 67.6 514.5
Mississippi 25 21 136 27 368 576 25.1 21.6 139.9 27.2 377.5 591.4
Missouri 114 69 66 10 63 322 116.2 70.7 67.9 10.0 65.0 329.8
Montana 23 26 29 4 5 87 23.6 27.4 29.9 4.5 5.3 90.8
Nebraska 42 35 90 9 9 186 44.9 37.5 95.0 10.0 9.7 197.1
Nevada 42 33 20 5 200 300 43.4 34.0 20.9 5.3 207.3 310.8
New Hampshire 8 10 10 (s) 22 50 8.4 10.4 10.2 0.2 22.2 51.5
New Jersey 248 167 64 6 285 770 257.5 174.1 66.7 6.1 295.1 799.6
New Mexico 34 26 103 10 98 271 35.6 26.9 106.1 10.5 102.2 281.2
New York 486 330 92 27 415 1,351 501.6 341.0 94.6 28.4 428.1 1,393.7
North Carolina 73 58 117 4 330 582 75.4 59.7 120.2 4.4 339.6 599.3
North Dakota 13 14 69 21 10 127 13.7 15.6 74.7 22.3 10.5 136.9
Ohio 301 179 307 29 323 1,139 321.3 190.8 327.7 31.1 341.4 1,212.3
Oklahoma 67 47 319 58 317 809 69.5 48.5 329.5 60.2 326.8 834.6
Oregon 43 29 54 6 123 256 45.5 31.0 58.0 6.9 130.0 271.3
Pennsylvania 253 165 454 47 539 1,458 262.7 171.6 472.3 48.9 557.8 1,513.2
Rhode Island 21 13 9 2 57 102 21.1 13.1 9.1 2.5 58.9 104.7
South Carolina 31 25 96 3 174 328 31.5 26.0 98.4 2.9 178.1 336.8
South Dakota 14 13 47 7 9 89 15.2 13.4 50.1 7.0 9.8 95.5
Tennessee 75 59 147 8 103 392 77.6 61.0 153.1 8.8 103.1 403.5
Texas 227 214 2,249 106 1,644 4,440 233.4 220.2 2,312.6 108.5 1,689.4 4,564.1
Utah 67 42 60 13 61 244 70.3 44.2 62.7 13.2 63.2 253.5
Vermont 4 7 2 (s) (s) 14 4.2 7.6 2.4 (s) (s) 14.2
Virginia 89 74 103 11 357 634 94.2 78.6 109.0 11.2 374.0 667.0
Washington 84 57 77 14 77 308 90.8 62.0 84.0 14.7 83.3 334.8
West Virginia 26 25 123 19 11 204 28.7 27.4 134.3 21.1 11.5 222.9
Wisconsin 145 100 165 4 129 543 151.5 104.8 172.5 4.6 131.8 565.3
Wyoming 13 14 120 15 2 164 14.0 14.7 128.0 16.2 2.0 174.9

United States
4,996 3,515 10,062 913 10,589 30,075 5,200.3 3,656.2 10,413.2 948.4 10,941.1 31,159.3
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.