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Table F18: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2021

Table F18: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2021



State

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total
Billion Cubic Feet Trillion Btu
Alabama 32 26 244 25 390 717 33.2 26.5 251.6 25.9 402.4 739.5
Alaska 22 17 328 (s) 26 393 21.1 16.4 321.1 0.5 25.5 384.6
Arizona 40 33 20 19 358 469 41.2 34.4 20.6 19.3 369.4 485.0
Arkansas 34 57 108 5 149 353 34.3 57.9 109.5 5.3 153.5 360.5
California 449 240 719 47 646 2,101 464.8 248.3 743.7 48.5 667.5 2,172.8
Colorado 135 59 178 10 116 499 143.0 62.5 188.0 10.7 126.5 530.7
Connecticut 50 55 23 7 163 298 51.3 56.8 23.2 7.2 168.3 306.8
Delaware 12 15 33 1 24 84 12.0 16.1 34.2 0.7 24.8 87.8
Dist. of Col. 12 15 0 1 0 27 11.9 15.2 0.0 1.2 0.0 28.3
Florida 19 63 132 20 1,317 1,551 19.9 64.6 135.5 21.0 1,350.1 1,591.2
Georgia 127 53 162 8 404 753 130.1 54.5 166.4 8.1 415.2 774.3
Hawaii 1 2 (s) (s) 0 3 0.6 1.9 0.1 (s) 0.0 2.6
Idaho 31 20 38 6 37 133 31.4 20.8 38.7 6.4 37.9 135.2
Illinois 388 223 259 19 171 1,060 401.1 230.3 267.2 19.7 177.3 1,095.6
Indiana 131 89 390 12 205 827 138.3 93.5 411.8 13.0 216.8 873.4
Iowa 62 51 228 8 42 390 66.0 54.4 243.4 8.1 45.9 417.8
Kansas 60 41 145 14 23 283 62.3 42.5 149.9 14.4 23.1 292.2
Kentucky 47 36 128 30 108 349 49.2 37.8 134.4 31.8 112.6 365.9
Louisiana 36 33 1,214 225 317 1,825 37.0 33.2 1,236.7 229.0 325.7 1,861.5
Maine 3 9 22 2 19 55 3.1 9.4 22.8 1.9 20.1 57.2
Maryland 77 69 19 28 99 291 79.8 71.7 19.4 28.8 102.7 302.4
Massachusetts 123 103 48 7 112 393 126.5 106.4 49.0 7.7 114.8 404.3
Michigan 296 161 164 26 252 899 313.4 170.9 173.2 27.3 265.4 950.1
Minnesota 131 102 152 16 94 495 137.6 107.7 160.6 16.4 101.6 523.8
Mississippi 21 19 134 33 353 561 21.9 19.8 138.1 33.8 363.3 576.9
Missouri 101 62 64 5 55 288 103.6 63.8 65.7 4.7 56.1 293.9
Montana 21 25 28 3 6 82 22.3 26.1 29.6 3.0 5.9 87.0
Nebraska 36 32 96 4 11 180 38.7 33.8 102.5 4.4 12.0 191.4
Nevada 45 31 18 5 196 294 46.5 31.8 18.2 4.8 203.9 305.2
New Hampshire 7 9 9 (s) 32 58 7.7 9.6 9.4 0.3 33.1 60.1
New Jersey 232 150 60 8 221 672 241.4 156.0 62.6 8.2 228.8 697.0
New Mexico 36 27 121 11 82 276 36.7 27.8 124.6 11.5 84.4 285.0
New York 446 298 90 37 449 1,319 459.9 307.4 92.8 37.9 463.4 1,361.2
North Carolina 72 57 122 5 361 617 74.5 58.6 126.4 4.9 373.1 637.6
North Dakota 11 14 108 35 16 184 11.9 14.8 115.2 38.0 16.4 196.3
Ohio 273 169 330 51 389 1,211 292.8 182.0 354.1 54.3 412.7 1,295.9
Oklahoma 64 44 308 44 265 724 65.5 45.0 316.6 45.1 272.8 745.0
Oregon 46 30 58 8 148 290 48.9 31.4 61.5 8.4 155.6 305.7
Pennsylvania 226 154 514 53 852 1,801 235.2 160.4 534.2 55.4 882.1 1,867.4
Rhode Island 19 11 8 2 62 103 19.1 11.6 8.7 2.4 63.7 105.5
South Carolina 33 26 100 3 178 340 34.2 26.7 102.9 2.9 183.4 350.1
South Dakota 12 11 49 6 11 90 13.4 12.4 52.6 6.2 12.1 96.8
Tennessee 72 59 154 18 99 401 74.6 61.0 160.2 19.2 98.6 413.6
Texas 211 181 2,391 228 1,626 4,637 215.8 185.3 2,443.8 233.0 1,661.6 4,739.5
Utah 72 44 58 12 76 262 75.0 46.1 61.2 12.9 79.2 274.4
Vermont 4 7 2 (s) (s) 13 3.9 7.8 2.1 (s) (s) 13.8
Virginia 81 71 118 14 382 666 86.3 75.7 125.1 14.6 398.4 700.0
Washington 90 58 81 13 112 352 97.2 62.5 87.7 13.6 121.8 382.8
West Virginia 24 23 159 34 20 258 25.8 24.5 171.5 36.4 20.9 279.1
Wisconsin 132 101 148 4 150 535 138.8 105.8 155.6 4.3 155.0 559.5
Wyoming 13 12 107 13 8 153 13.6 13.0 112.7 13.8 8.3 161.4

United States
4,716 3,298 10,187 1,184 11,230 30,615 4,914.2 3,434.3 10,536.4 1,226.9 11,613.7 31,725.5
aTransportation use of natural gas to operate pipelines 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.