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Table C16. Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, Total and per Capita, Ranked by State, 2019

Table C16. Natural Gas Consumption Estimates, Total and per Capita, Ranked by State, 2019


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 4,663.0 Alaska 489.3 Texas 4,779.6 Alaska 483.0
2 California 2,144.3 Louisiana 415.5 California 2,217.2 Louisiana 425.0
3 Louisiana 1,935.3 Wyoming 267.1 Louisiana 1,979.8 Wyoming 286.9
4 Pennsylvania 1,610.1 Oklahoma 210.6 Pennsylvania 1,671.3 Oklahoma 217.6
5 Florida 1,542.7 Mississippi 189.3 Florida 1,578.2 North Dakota 196.4
6 New York 1,291.7 North Dakota 178.7 New York 1,333.0 Mississippi 194.8
7 Ohio 1,181.1 Texas 160.9 Ohio 1,257.9 Texas 164.9
8 Illinois 1,152.4 Alabama 148.3 Illinois 1,190.4 Alabama 152.4
9 Michigan 997.6 New Mexico 141.0 Michigan 1,054.4 Iowa 147.4
10 Indiana 890.9 Iowa 138.3 Indiana 937.2 New Mexico 145.3
11 Oklahoma 834.2 Indiana 132.4 Oklahoma 861.8 Indiana 139.2
12 Georgia 767.4 Pennsylvania 125.8 New Jersey 789.3 West Virginia 132.6
13 New Jersey 759.7 West Virginia 122.3 Georgia 787.4 Pennsylvania 130.6
14 Alabama 727.8 Arkansas 120.7 Alabama 748.1 Arkansas 122.8
15 Virginia 683.2 Kansas 104.5 Virginia 718.0 South Dakota 109.8
16 Wisconsin 568.5 South Dakota 101.3 Wisconsin 592.4 Kansas 108.8
17 Mississippi 563.8 Ohio 101.0 Mississippi 580.2 Ohio 107.5
18 North Carolina 552.3 Michigan 99.9 North Carolina 569.4 Michigan 105.6
19 Colorado 520.7 Nevada 97.9 Colorado 567.1 Nebraska 102.9
20 Minnesota 520.1 Wisconsin 97.6 Minnesota 549.2 Nevada 102.1
21 Arizona 468.7 Nebraska 96.2 Arizona 483.7 Wisconsin 101.7
22 Iowa 436.9 Minnesota 92.2 Iowa 465.7 Colorado 98.5
23 Massachusetts 428.1 Delaware 91.9 Massachusetts 441.4 Minnesota 97.4
24 Tennessee 402.5 Illinois 91.0 Tennessee 414.6 Delaware 95.7
25 Arkansas 364.6 Colorado 90.4 Washington 378.2 Illinois 94.0
26 Alaska 359.0 Rhode Island 89.6 Arkansas 371.1 Rhode Island 92.2
27 Washington 348.3 New Jersey 85.4 Kentucky 356.1 New Jersey 88.8
28 Kentucky 339.5 Montana 82.4 Alaska 354.3 Montana 86.5
29 South Carolina 333.9 Utah 82.3 South Carolina 342.9 Utah 86.1
30 Missouri 319.7 Virginia 79.8 Missouri 327.1 Virginia 83.9
31 Kansas 304.4 Connecticut 79.8 Kansas 316.9 Connecticut 82.2
32 Nevada 302.5 Kentucky 75.9 Nevada 315.5 Kentucky 79.6
33 Maryland 298.2 Idaho 72.3 Maryland 311.3 Idaho 74.4
34 New Mexico 296.0 Georgia 72.2 New Mexico 305.1 Georgia 74.1
35 Oregon 286.8 Florida 71.8 Oregon 302.0 Florida 73.4
36 Connecticut 284.6 Oregon 68.0 Connecticut 293.1 Oregon 71.6
37 Utah 263.7 New York 66.4 Utah 275.8 New York 68.5
38 West Virginia 219.6 South Carolina 64.7 West Virginia 238.0 South Carolina 66.5
39 Nebraska 185.9 Arizona 64.3 Nebraska 198.9 Arizona 66.3
40 Wyoming 154.9 Massachusetts 62.1 Wyoming 166.4 Massachusetts 64.0
41 North Dakota 136.5 Tennessee 58.9 North Dakota 150.0 Tennessee 60.7
42 Idaho 129.3 California 54.4 Idaho 133.2 California 56.2
43 Rhode Island 94.8 North Carolina 52.6 Rhode Island 97.6 North Carolina 54.2
44 South Dakota 89.9 Missouri 52.1 South Dakota 97.4 Missouri 53.3
45 Delaware 89.8 Maryland 49.2 Delaware 93.4 Maryland 51.4
46 Montana 88.2 Washington 45.7 Montana 92.6 Washington 49.7
47 New Hampshire 53.6 District of Columbia 43.1 New Hampshire 55.3 District of Columbia 44.6
48 Maine 44.6 New Hampshire 39.4 Maine 46.3 New Hampshire 40.7
49 District of Columbia 30.5 Maine 33.1 District of Columbia 31.6 Maine 34.4
50 Vermont 13.9 Vermont 22.2 Vermont 14.4 Vermont 23.0
51 Hawaii 3.3 Hawaii 2.3 Hawaii 3.1 Hawaii 2.2
United States 31,078.7 United States 94.7 United States 32,234.9 United States 98.2
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.