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Table C16. Natural gas consumption estimates, total and per capita, ranked by state, 2022

Table C16. Natural gas consumption estimates, total and per capita, ranked by state, 2022


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 4,889.4 Alaska 606.9 Texas 4,982.3 Alaska 597.2
2 California 2,058.9 Louisiana 443.6 California 2,130.9 Louisiana 452.0
3 Louisiana 2,035.0 Wyoming 280.4 Louisiana 2,073.7 Wyoming 296.7
4 Pennsylvania 1,868.8 North Dakota 241.0 Pennsylvania 1,937.9 North Dakota 255.0
5 Florida 1,619.2 Mississippi 205.7 Florida 1,659.7 Mississippi 211.7
6 New York 1,359.9 Oklahoma 188.4 Ohio 1,424.2 Oklahoma 194.8
7 Ohio 1,336.0 Texas 162.8 New York 1,403.4 Texas 165.9
8 Illinois 1,102.6 Alabama 150.5 Illinois 1,150.0 West Virginia 160.6
9 Michigan 1,029.5 West Virginia 147.8 Michigan 1,088.2 Alabama 155.2
10 Indiana 871.3 Pennsylvania 144.1 Indiana 916.6 Pennsylvania 149.4
11 Georgia 789.9 New Mexico 138.6 Georgia 812.8 Iowa 146.1
12 Alabama 763.6 Iowa 136.9 Alabama 787.2 New Mexico 142.9
13 Oklahoma 757.1 Arkansas 127.7 Oklahoma 782.8 Indiana 134.2
14 New Jersey 727.4 Indiana 127.5 New Jersey 755.0 Arkansas 130.5
15 North Carolina 724.7 Ohio 113.6 North Carolina 747.2 Ohio 121.1
16 Virginia 634.9 South Dakota 105.4 Virginia 666.0 South Dakota 113.5
17 Mississippi 604.6 Kansas 105.1 Mississippi 622.2 Kansas 108.5
18 Wisconsin 594.6 Michigan 102.6 Wisconsin 621.9 Michigan 108.5
19 Minnesota 506.5 Wisconsin 100.9 Minnesota 533.9 Wisconsin 105.6
20 Colorado 503.2 Nebraska 95.7 Colorado 530.4 Nebraska 101.1
21 Arizona 454.0 Nevada 91.3 Arizona 468.0 Nevada 95.1
22 Alaska 445.0 Minnesota 88.6 Iowa 467.5 Minnesota 93.4
23 Iowa 438.1 Illinois 87.6 Tennessee 440.0 Illinois 91.4
24 Tennessee 427.6 Colorado 86.2 Alaska 437.9 Colorado 90.8
25 Massachusetts 419.9 Kentucky 85.2 Massachusetts 432.5 Kentucky 89.3
26 Arkansas 389.1 Delaware 85.2 Kentucky 402.7 Delaware 88.0
27 Kentucky 384.2 Rhode Island 83.3 Arkansas 397.7 Rhode Island 85.8
28 Washington 351.0 Connecticut 82.7 Washington 381.9 Connecticut 85.1
29 South Carolina 350.7 Utah 81.2 South Carolina 361.3 Utah 84.9
30 Missouri 315.6 Montana 79.6 Missouri 322.5 Montana 83.7
31 Kansas 308.6 New Jersey 78.5 Kansas 318.7 New Jersey 81.5
32 Maryland 298.9 Virginia 73.2 Maryland 310.6 Virginia 76.7
33 Connecticut 298.3 Florida 72.8 Connecticut 307.2 Florida 74.6
34 New Mexico 292.9 Georgia 72.4 Nevada 302.3 Georgia 74.5
35 Nevada 290.1 Idaho 71.5 New Mexico 302.0 Idaho 73.2
36 Oregon 279.2 New York 69.1 Oregon 297.6 New York 71.3
37 Utah 274.6 North Carolina 67.8 Utah 287.0 Oregon 70.2
38 West Virginia 262.3 South Carolina 66.4 West Virginia 284.8 North Carolina 69.9
39 Nebraska 188.3 Oregon 65.9 Nebraska 199.0 South Carolina 68.4
40 North Dakota 187.7 Arizona 61.6 North Dakota 198.6 Arizona 63.5
41 Wyoming 163.1 Tennessee 60.7 Wyoming 172.5 Tennessee 62.4
42 Idaho 138.6 Massachusetts 60.1 Idaho 141.9 Massachusetts 61.9
43 South Dakota 95.9 California 52.7 South Dakota 103.2 California 54.6
44 Rhode Island 91.1 Missouri 51.1 Montana 94.0 Missouri 52.2
45 Montana 89.4 Maryland 48.5 Rhode Island 93.8 Maryland 50.4
46 Delaware 86.8 Washington 45.1 Delaware 89.7 Washington 49.1
47 Maine 60.0 District of Columbia 43.5 Maine 62.6 Maine 45.0
48 New Hampshire 58.1 Maine 43.2 New Hampshire 60.1 District of Columbia 45.0
49 District of Columbia 29.2 New Hampshire 41.6 District of Columbia 30.2 New Hampshire 43.0
50 Vermont 13.5 Vermont 20.8 Vermont 14.0 Vermont 21.7
51 Hawaii 3.0 Hawaii 2.1 Hawaii 2.7 Hawaii 1.9
United States 32,261.8 United States 96.8 United States 33,410.9 United States 100.3
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.
Data Source: Table by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System based on population data from the U.S. Census Bureau. See Technical Notes. http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/