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Table C16. Natural Gas Consumption, Total and per Capita, Ranked by State, 2018

Table C16. Natural Gas Consumption, Total and per Capita, Ranked by State, 2018


Rank
Natural Gas Consumption Natural Gas Consumption per Capita Natural Gas Consumption Natural Gas Consumption per Capita
State Billion Cubic Feet State Thousand Cubic
Feet
State Trillion Btu State Million Btu
1 Texas 4,439.8 Alaska 483.1 Texas 4,564.1 Alaska 471.0
2 California 2,136.9 Louisiana 390.7 California 2,207.4 Louisiana 399.3
3 Louisiana 1,820.6 Wyoming 284.5 Louisiana 1,860.7 Wyoming 302.7
4 Florida 1,477.1 Oklahoma 205.2 Pennsylvania 1,513.2 Oklahoma 211.8
5 Pennsylvania 1,457.8 Mississippi 193.3 Florida 1,511.1 Mississippi 198.4
6 New York 1,350.5 North Dakota 167.2 New York 1,393.7 North Dakota 180.5
7 Ohio 1,139.4 Texas 155.1 Ohio 1,212.3 Texas 159.4
8 Illinois 1,108.6 Alabama 153.4 Illinois 1,140.8 Alabama 157.7
9 Michigan 965.4 Iowa 140.7 Michigan 1,010.8 Iowa 149.3
10 Indiana 854.0 New Mexico 129.7 Indiana 894.2 New Mexico 134.4
11 Oklahoma 808.7 Indiana 127.6 Oklahoma 834.6 Indiana 133.5
12 New Jersey 770.3 Arkansas 119.9 New Jersey 799.6 West Virginia 123.5
13 Alabama 749.9 Pennsylvania 113.9 Alabama 770.9 Arkansas 121.9
14 Georgia 739.1 West Virginia 113.2 Georgia 759.8 Pennsylvania 118.2
15 Virginia 634.0 Kansas 106.3 Virginia 667.0 Kansas 110.4
16 North Carolina 582.4 South Dakota 101.8 North Carolina 599.3 South Dakota 108.7
17 Mississippi 576.4 Nevada 99.0 Mississippi 591.4 Ohio 103.8
18 Wisconsin 543.0 Delaware 98.9 Wisconsin 565.3 Delaware 103.0
19 Minnesota 490.5 Ohio 97.6 Colorado 525.1 Nevada 102.7
20 Colorado 487.1 Michigan 96.7 Minnesota 514.5 Nebraska 102.4
21 Iowa 443.1 Nebraska 96.6 Iowa 470.1 Michigan 101.2
22 Massachusetts 439.1 Rhode Island 96.2 Massachusetts 452.7 Rhode Island 99.0
23 Tennessee 391.8 Wisconsin 93.5 Tennessee 403.5 Wisconsin 97.3
24 Arizona 384.8 Minnesota 87.5 Arizona 400.6 Colorado 92.3
25 Arkansas 360.8 Illinois 87.1 Arkansas 366.9 Minnesota 91.8
26 Alaska 355.1 New Jersey 86.7 Kentucky 356.6 New Jersey 90.0
27 Kentucky 339.9 Colorado 85.6 Alaska 346.3 Illinois 89.7
28 South Carolina 328.3 Montana 82.1 South Carolina 336.8 Montana 85.6
29 Missouri 322.1 Connecticut 77.8 Washington 334.8 Utah 80.4
30 Kansas 309.6 Utah 77.3 Missouri 329.8 Connecticut 80.1
31 Washington 308.0 Kentucky 76.2 Kansas 321.4 Kentucky 79.9
32 Maryland 300.8 Virginia 74.6 Maryland 313.4 Virginia 78.5
33 Nevada 299.7 Georgia 70.3 Nevada 310.8 Georgia 72.3
34 Connecticut 277.9 Florida 69.5 Connecticut 286.0 New York 71.4
35 New Mexico 271.5 New York 69.1 New Mexico 281.2 Florida 71.1
36 Oregon 255.7 South Carolina 64.6 Oregon 271.3 South Carolina 66.2
37 Utah 243.8 Idaho 63.8 Utah 253.5 Idaho 66.2
38 West Virginia 204.3 Massachusetts 63.8 West Virginia 222.9 Massachusetts 65.8
39 Nebraska 185.9 Oregon 61.1 Nebraska 197.1 Oregon 64.9
40 Wyoming 164.3 Tennessee 57.9 Wyoming 174.9 Tennessee 59.6
41 North Dakota 126.7 North Carolina 56.1 North Dakota 136.9 North Carolina 57.7
42 Idaho 111.7 California 54.2 Idaho 115.8 Arizona 56.0
43 Rhode Island 101.8 Arizona 53.8 Rhode Island 104.7 California 55.9
44 Delaware 95.5 Missouri 52.6 Delaware 99.4 Missouri 53.9
45 South Dakota 89.5 Maryland 49.8 South Dakota 95.5 Maryland 51.9
46 Montana 87.0 District of Columbia 44.9 Montana 90.8 District of Columbia 46.5
47 New Hampshire 49.9 Washington 40.9 New Hampshire 51.5 Washington 44.5
48 Maine 46.5 New Hampshire 36.9 Maine 48.4 New Hampshire 38.0
49 District of Columbia 31.5 Maine 34.7 District of Columbia 32.6 Maine 36.1
50 Vermont 13.8 Vermont 22.0 Vermont 14.2 Vermont 22.8
51 Hawaii 3.3 Hawaii 2.3 Hawaii 3.2 Hawaii 2.2
United States 30,075.3 United States 92.1 United States 31,159.3 United States 95.4
Note: Natural gas includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas.
Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.