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Table F18: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2020

Table F18: Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, 2020



State

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation a
Electric
Power

Total
Billion Cubic Feet Trillion Btu
Alabama 28 23 219 25 396 691 29.0 23.6 225.4 26.3 408.6 712.9
Alaska 21 17 318 (s) 23 379 20.7 16.3 313.2 0.4 22.9 373.6
Arizona 42 32 19 18 389 500 42.6 32.5 19.6 19.0 399.8 513.5
Arkansas 30 53 105 6 135 330 30.7 53.4 106.3 6.3 138.7 335.4
California 458 233 726 42 616 2,075 474.0 240.5 750.3 43.8 635.5 2,144.0
Colorado 137 57 172 11 140 518 146.0 61.2 184.2 11.9 154.0 557.4
Connecticut 49 52 23 7 158 289 50.1 54.0 23.7 7.1 162.7 297.6
Delaware 11 15 35 1 29 90 11.3 15.4 36.3 0.6 30.4 94.0
Dist. of Col. 11 15 0 1 0 27 11.6 15.6 0.0 0.8 0.0 28.0
Florida 17 57 123 22 1,359 1,578 17.8 58.7 126.3 22.1 1,394.3 1,619.2
Georgia 120 51 153 8 427 758 123.1 52.4 157.0 7.7 439.6 779.8
Hawaii 1 2 (s) (s) 0 2 0.6 1.6 0.1 (s) 0.0 2.3
Idaho 31 20 38 7 30 126 31.5 20.5 39.5 6.8 31.0 129.4
Illinois 396 215 261 21 234 1,126 410.9 223.7 270.7 21.9 239.8 1,167.0
Indiana 134 81 377 9 229 831 140.7 85.6 396.7 9.9 242.0 874.9
Iowa 64 51 235 10 43 403 68.3 54.2 250.5 10.7 47.4 431.1
Kansas 62 40 146 20 24 292 64.5 41.2 150.6 20.4 24.7 301.4
Kentucky 46 34 121 24 103 328 48.3 35.6 127.3 24.9 107.6 343.8
Louisiana 32 30 1,286 181 356 1,885 32.7 30.3 1,311.7 184.3 365.4 1,924.4
Maine 3 9 23 1 10 45 3.1 9.3 23.6 1.1 10.1 47.2
Maryland 77 70 17 25 95 285 80.4 72.9 17.8 26.5 99.2 296.7
Massachusetts 120 110 46 9 105 389 123.9 112.9 47.1 8.8 107.9 400.7
Michigan 304 160 159 23 301 948 322.6 170.2 168.2 24.7 317.7 1,003.4
Minnesota 130 102 141 11 86 469 136.8 106.7 147.8 11.7 93.0 496.0
Mississippi 21 18 133 30 391 593 21.2 18.8 136.5 30.9 402.9 610.3
Missouri 100 60 64 5 68 297 102.2 61.7 65.0 5.1 69.9 303.9
Montana 22 26 28 3 3 82 23.4 27.5 29.5 3.5 3.6 87.5
Nebraska 37 32 95 6 11 181 39.5 33.7 101.3 6.7 11.6 192.8
Nevada 46 26 19 5 203 299 47.7 26.8 20.0 5.2 211.0 310.7
New Hampshire 7 9 9 (s) 26 52 7.6 9.3 9.6 0.2 26.9 53.6
New Jersey 223 138 59 7 226 653 232.6 143.8 61.1 7.4 234.1 678.9
New Mexico 36 25 109 13 100 284 37.5 26.2 112.4 13.6 102.3 292.0
New York 437 289 87 28 423 1,264 451.8 298.6 89.5 28.5 436.8 1,305.3
North Carolina 64 52 115 5 303 540 66.2 53.9 119.1 5.0 313.4 557.6
North Dakota 12 15 76 27 16 146 12.8 15.6 81.4 29.4 16.5 155.8
Ohio 272 162 304 44 373 1,155 291.1 173.5 325.7 47.3 396.2 1,233.8
Oklahoma 61 42 328 45 335 811 62.6 43.7 337.6 46.0 345.8 835.7
Oregon 45 28 56 7 131 268 48.0 29.9 59.3 7.5 137.2 281.9
Pennsylvania 221 148 472 48 829 1,718 230.1 154.0 490.3 49.5 859.2 1,783.0
Rhode Island 18 11 8 2 58 98 18.8 11.1 8.6 2.3 60.1 101.0
South Carolina 29 24 95 2 183 333 30.0 24.6 98.1 2.1 188.5 343.3
South Dakota 13 12 46 5 9 85 14.2 12.8 49.1 5.6 9.5 91.2
Tennessee 66 53 146 17 105 387 68.4 54.8 152.3 18.1 105.0 398.6
Texas 204 173 2,301 192 1,739 4,609 209.0 176.5 2,354.9 196.1 1,773.4 4,710.1
Utah 74 44 58 12 67 256 77.4 46.1 60.4 12.9 69.8 266.6
Vermont 4 7 2 (s) (s) 13 4.0 7.3 2.3 (s) (s) 13.6
Virginia 75 68 110 11 450 713 79.7 71.5 116.6 11.6 469.0 748.4
Washington 87 56 78 12 95 327 94.6 60.2 84.7 12.7 102.7 355.0
West Virginia 23 21 149 29 21 244 24.9 23.4 162.2 32.1 22.4 265.1
Wisconsin 138 92 154 4 160 548 145.1 96.4 161.2 4.4 164.7 571.8
Wyoming 13 12 113 13 6 157 13.9 13.2 121.6 14.4 6.0 169.1

United States
4,674 3,170 9,955 1,056 11,620 30,476 4,875.6 3,303.6 10,304.3 1,095.8 12,011.0 31,590.2
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.