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Table F19: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2015

Table F19: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2015



State

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total
Billion Cubic Feet Trillion Btu
Alabama 33 25 202 19 397 676 33.6 25.6 207.7 19.4 410.1 696.4
Alaska 19 18 269 1 30 337 18.6 18.5 269.2 0.6 30.2 337.1
Arizona 35 31 20 18 248 351 36.0 31.9 21.3 18.4 257.9 365.5
Arkansas 33 48 92 9 110 291 33.4 48.2 93.0 8.9 113.1 296.7
California 401 236 822 34 806 2,299 415.9 244.5 851.8 35.7 833.7 2,381.7
Colorado 122 54 191 9 92 469 129.2 57.0 201.4 9.8 99.4 496.8
Connecticut 51 52 26 5 120 254 52.3 53.9 26.3 5.3 123.2 260.9
Delaware 11 12 33 1 45 103 11.9 12.3 34.9 1.2 47.6 107.8
Dist. of Col. 13 17 0 2 0 32 14.1 17.9 0.0 1.8 0.0 33.7
Florida 15 63 96 3 1,157 1,334 15.4 64.3 98.8 3.6 1,184.2 1,366.3
Georgia 118 54 158 9 356 694 120.8 55.0 161.6 8.7 366.5 712.6
Hawaii 1 2 (s) 0 0 3 0.6 1.9 0.4 0.0 0.0 2.9
Idaho 23 17 32 5 28 105 24.3 17.3 32.8 5.4 28.1 107.9
Illinois 401 215 266 27 84 993 412.9 221.7 274.3 27.8 85.5 1,022.2
Indiana 133 78 373 7 128 719 136.1 79.3 381.6 7.3 133.6 738.0
Iowa 63 49 179 11 16 318 66.0 51.9 188.2 11.5 17.1 334.8
Kansas 57 31 127 21 15 251 59.4 32.1 131.7 21.6 15.3 260.1
Kentucky 49 35 121 11 52 269 50.5 36.2 123.3 11.7 53.0 274.7
Louisiana 36 30 1,108 34 343 1,551 36.9 30.5 1,134.6 35.0 352.4 1,589.5
Maine 3 10 21 1 18 53 2.8 10.4 21.6 1.0 18.4 54.2
Maryland 83 70 15 7 40 215 87.5 74.1 15.6 7.9 41.8 226.9
Massachusetts 127 105 45 11 157 445 130.4 108.5 45.9 11.5 161.3 457.5
Michigan 312 168 178 20 166 844 322.8 174.2 183.6 20.9 170.7 872.2
Minnesota 118 93 157 10 53 431 122.1 96.6 163.4 10.6 55.9 448.6
Mississippi 23 20 124 21 331 518 23.8 20.2 127.1 21.4 341.5 534.1
Missouri 96 61 66 7 39 268 96.3 61.9 66.3 6.6 39.8 270.9
Montana 19 19 24 4 7 73 19.3 19.9 25.0 3.7 6.7 74.6
Nebraska 35 29 86 7 4 161 36.6 31.1 90.6 7.5 4.5 170.4
Nevada 37 30 18 6 210 300 38.5 31.1 18.4 5.9 218.7 312.6
New Hampshire 8 10 8 (s) 43 69 8.1 9.9 8.6 0.2 44.0 70.8
New Jersey 237 163 55 7 283 746 248.4 171.0 58.0 6.9 295.0 779.3
New Mexico 33 25 105 9 78 251 34.4 26.0 109.2 9.2 81.2 260.0
New York 452 311 83 36 472 1,354 467.0 321.4 86.1 37.0 486.0 1,397.4
North Carolina 65 55 105 4 269 499 66.8 57.1 108.8 4.6 278.7 516.0
North Dakota 11 12 52 14 7 96 11.5 13.4 56.3 15.5 7.0 103.7
Ohio 285 167 288 20 208 969 305.3 178.3 308.3 21.8 220.7 1,034.5
Oklahoma 59 42 277 47 254 680 62.1 43.9 289.9 49.7 266.7 712.4
Oregon 37 26 55 5 114 236 38.4 26.6 56.6 4.9 118.3 244.8
Pennsylvania 236 152 415 43 438 1,284 247.4 159.6 435.9 45.7 456.2 1,344.7
Rhode Island 20 12 9 3 50 94 20.6 12.4 8.9 3.3 51.4 96.5
South Carolina 27 23 84 3 136 274 28.2 24.2 87.0 2.7 140.1 282.2
South Dakota 12 10 45 6 6 79 12.4 11.0 47.3 6.2 6.5 83.3
Tennessee 67 53 115 8 70 313 69.7 54.9 119.1 8.5 70.2 322.4
Texas 211 178 2,017 98 1,624 4,127 218.8 183.9 2,087.8 101.2 1,675.7 4,267.4
Utah 59 36 66 14 56 231 61.3 37.4 68.8 15.0 58.5 240.9
Vermont 4 6 2 (s) (s) 12 3.9 6.1 2.1 0.1 (s) 12.2
Virginia 85 69 93 8 243 499 89.6 72.4 97.9 8.6 256.9 525.3
Washington 72 50 77 13 97 308 76.5 53.1 81.5 13.4 103.5 328.0
West Virginia 25 23 86 29 13 176 27.3 24.8 94.6 32.0 14.1 192.8
Wisconsin 127 90 137 4 101 458 132.8 94.4 143.1 3.7 103.0 477.0
Wyoming 12 13 99 14 1 139 12.3 13.7 105.2 14.5 1.3 147.0

United States
4,610 3,199 9,121 706 9,613 27,249 4,791.0 3,323.4 9,451.4 735.2 9,945.3 28,246.4
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.