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Table F18: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2019

Table F18: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2019



State

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total
Billion Cubic Feet Trillion Btu
Alabama 31 25 230 23 419 728 31.5 25.6 236.6 23.8 430.7 748.1
Alaska 18 15 302 (s) 24 359 17.7 14.4 297.4 0.3 24.4 354.3
Arizona 42 35 19 17 356 469 43.4 35.8 19.2 17.5 367.8 483.7
Arkansas 34 55 109 8 160 365 34.2 55.8 110.1 7.7 163.3 371.1
California 465 256 808 47 568 2,144 480.5 264.7 835.6 48.9 587.6 2,217.2
Colorado 143 62 175 10 131 521 154.0 66.7 189.2 11.1 146.1 567.1
Connecticut 52 58 25 7 143 285 53.8 59.4 25.3 6.9 147.7 293.1
Delaware 12 16 34 1 28 90 12.1 16.3 35.3 0.6 29.1 93.4
Dist. of Col. 12 16 0 2 0 31 12.5 16.7 0.0 2.4 0.0 31.6
Florida 17 63 120 22 1,321 1,543 16.9 64.8 122.7 22.3 1,351.5 1,578.2
Georgia 123 54 156 7 427 767 126.5 55.0 160.1 7.6 438.1 787.4
Hawaii 1 3 (s) 0 0 3 0.5 2.5 0.1 0.0 0.0 3.1
Idaho 31 21 39 7 31 129 31.8 21.7 40.0 7.7 32.0 133.2
Illinois 438 247 268 29 170 1,152 452.3 255.3 276.8 29.5 176.5 1,190.4
Indiana 143 88 427 11 222 891 150.2 92.8 448.7 11.6 233.9 937.2
Iowa 71 58 250 12 46 437 75.9 61.6 265.6 12.6 49.9 465.7
Kansas 68 41 143 24 28 304 71.1 43.1 148.7 25.2 28.8 316.9
Kentucky 49 37 127 14 112 339 51.2 39.2 132.8 15.0 117.9 356.1
Louisiana 36 33 1,364 161 342 1,935 36.8 33.7 1,392.9 164.4 352.1 1,979.8
Maine 3 10 21 1 9 45 3.2 10.3 21.8 1.2 9.8 46.3
Maryland 82 76 18 25 96 298 85.6 79.8 19.2 26.5 100.2 311.3
Massachusetts 135 122 49 10 113 428 139.3 125.3 50.3 10.3 116.1 441.4
Michigan 332 182 179 28 276 998 351.3 192.3 189.6 29.7 291.6 1,054.4
Minnesota 145 113 162 13 87 520 151.8 119.1 170.6 13.6 94.1 549.2
Mississippi 22 20 134 26 361 564 22.7 20.5 138.2 26.9 371.9 580.2
Missouri 111 68 65 8 68 320 112.8 69.3 66.8 8.4 69.8 327.1
Montana 24 28 28 3 5 88 25.1 29.2 29.1 3.5 5.7 92.6
Nebraska 42 35 90 7 12 186 44.5 37.9 96.0 7.6 12.9 198.9
Nevada 48 35 21 5 193 302 49.9 36.6 21.5 5.7 201.7 315.5
New Hampshire 8 10 10 (s) 25 54 8.3 10.5 10.1 0.2 26.3 55.3
New Jersey 239 156 65 8 292 760 248.8 161.8 67.7 8.0 303.0 789.3
New Mexico 42 30 108 12 103 296 43.7 30.6 111.5 12.7 106.6 305.1
New York 474 323 91 26 379 1,292 488.9 333.2 93.4 27.1 390.4 1,333.0
North Carolina 68 57 119 4 304 552 70.1 59.1 122.9 4.4 313.0 569.4
North Dakota 13 15 76 17 15 136 14.5 17.1 83.5 19.1 15.8 150.0
Ohio 290 177 320 30 364 1,181 309.5 189.3 341.0 32.0 386.1 1,257.9
Oklahoma 68 49 324 56 337 834 70.0 50.3 334.2 57.9 349.3 861.8
Oregon 48 32 57 6 144 287 50.5 34.1 60.1 6.0 151.4 302.0
Pennsylvania 237 162 497 43 673 1,610 245.9 168.0 516.2 44.3 696.8 1,671.3
Rhode Island 20 12 9 2 52 95 20.5 12.8 9.1 2.2 53.0 97.6
South Carolina 29 25 95 2 183 334 29.7 25.6 97.5 2.4 187.7 342.9
South Dakota 15 13 46 7 9 90 16.0 14.5 49.9 7.1 9.9 97.4
Tennessee 69 56 148 11 119 403 71.6 58.7 154.1 11.5 118.7 414.6
Texas 228 198 2,290 159 1,787 4,663 234.1 203.2 2,349.9 163.6 1,828.8 4,779.6
Utah 76 47 60 13 67 264 79.5 49.6 62.9 13.6 70.2 275.8
Vermont 4 7 2 (s) (s) 14 4.3 7.6 2.5 (s) (s) 14.4
Virginia 82 71 107 14 409 683 86.5 75.3 112.9 14.7 428.6 718.0
Washington 90 61 78 13 106 348 97.6 66.2 85.2 14.1 115.2 378.2
West Virginia 24 24 132 24 16 220 25.9 25.6 143.0 26.0 17.5 238.0
Wisconsin 152 102 163 4 148 568 159.1 106.6 170.7 4.7 151.3 592.4
Wyoming 14 13 112 13 3 155 15.1 14.0 120.0 13.9 3.4 166.4

United States
5,016 3,513 10,268 995 11,287 31,079 5,229.4 3,658.9 10,638.4 1,033.6 11,674.5 32,234.9
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.