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Natural Gas Rates in Newborn

^ Year over year, the average residential natural gas rate in Newborn decreased 0.36 percent. [Read More]

Natural Gas Usage in Newborn

^ Newborn residents used an estimated 0 million cubic feet of natural gas in July 2020. [Read More]

Natural Gas Customers in Newborn

^ There are an estimated 132 residential natural gas customers in the town of Newborn. [Read More]

Newborn, GA Natural Gas Prices

Natural Gas Rates in Newborn, GA

Residential Natural Gas Rates in Newborn

Residential natural gas prices in Newborn, GA (based on Georgia data) averaged $27.70 per thousand cubic feet in July 2020. This average rate was approximately 57.7% more than the U.S. average rate of $17.57 per thousand cubic feet for residential customers in that month. [1]

Year over year, the average residential natural gas rate in Newborn decreased 0.36 percent, from $27.80 per thousand cubic feet in July 2019 to $27.70 per thousand cubic feet in July 2020. [1]

*Prices listed as 0 (zero) are not available (N/A).


Industrial Natural Gas Rates in Newborn

Newborn, GA industrial natural gas prices in July 2020 (based on Georgia data) averaged $2.67 per thousand cubic feet, which was approximately 4.7% more than the average rate of $2.55 per thousand cubic feet in the United States overall that month. [1]

Year over year, the average industrial natural gas rate in Newborn decreased 30.83 percent, from $3.86 per thousand cubic feet in July 2019 to $2.67 per thousand cubic feet in July 2020. [1]

*Prices listed as 0 (zero) are not available (N/A).


Natural Gas Usage in Newborn, GA

Newborn Natural Gas Customers

Newborn Natural Gas Customers

An estimated 1,842,065 residential consumers use natural gas in Georgia, which is approximately 2.6% of the total number of residential natural gas consumers in the United States overall. [2]

Newborn: There are an estimated 132 residential natural gas customers in the town of Newborn. [3]


Residential Natural Gas Consumption in Newborn

Natural Gas Usage in Newborn

Residential natural gas usage in Georgia in July 2020 was 3,949 million cubic feet, or approximately 3.3% of the total residential consumption in the U.S. of 117,990 million cubic feet that month. [1]

Newborn residents used an estimated 0 million cubic feet of natural gas in July 2020, or less than 1 percent of the overall usage in Georgia that month. [3]


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Georgia Industrial Natural Gas Consumers

  • Industrial Natural Gas Consumers in GA
    • An estimated 2,432 industrial consumers use natural gas in Georgia, which is about 1.3% of the total number of industrial natural gas consumers in the United States. [2]
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Georgia Share of Natural Gas Usage

Georgia Share of Natural Gas Usage

  • How GA Compares to the U.S.
    • Georgia accounted for 2.46% of overall residential deliveries of natural gas in the United States in 2019. [2]
    • In 2019, Georgia accounted for 1.85% of total industrial deliveries of natural gas in the nation as a whole. [2]
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Georgia Industrial Natural Gas Prices

  • Industrial Natural Gas Prices in GA
    • Industrial natural gas consumers in the state of Georgia (as a whole) pay approximately 4.7% more than the average residential natural gas rate in the United States overall. [1]
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More about Newborn

About Newborn

Newborn (Georgia) is a town in Newton County with a population of approximately 696. [4]

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Newborn, GA Natural Gas

To learn more about natural gas rates in Newborn, GA, or for more resources related to natural gas in Newborn, visit the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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Five states accounted for 67% of 2013 U.S. dry natural gas production: Texas, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Oklahoma & Wyoming.

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References

1. ^ U.S. Energy Information Administation (EIA)

2. ^ U.S. Department of Energy

3. ^ EIA & United States Census Bureau

4. ^ United States Census Bureau