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Natural Gas Rates in Baton Rouge

^ Year over year, the average residential natural gas rate in Baton Rouge increased 31.67 percent. [Read More]

Natural Gas Usage in Baton Rouge

^ Baton Rouge residents used an estimated 60 million cubic feet of natural gas in July 2022. [Read More]

Natural Gas Customers in Baton Rouge

^ There are an estimated 46,960 residential natural gas customers in the city of Baton Rouge. [Read More]

Baton Rouge, LA Natural Gas Prices

Natural Gas Rates in Baton Rouge, LA

Residential Natural Gas Rates in Baton Rouge

Residential natural gas prices in Baton Rouge, LA (based on Louisiana data) averaged $25.32 per thousand cubic feet in July 2022. This average rate was approximately INF% more than the U.S. average rate of $ per thousand cubic feet for residential customers in the most recent month with data. [1]

Year over year, the average residential natural gas rate in Baton Rouge increased 31.67 percent, from $19.23 per thousand cubic feet in July 2021 to $25.32 per thousand cubic feet in July 2022. [1]

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Industrial Natural Gas Rates in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge, LA industrial natural gas prices in July 2022 (based on Louisiana data) averaged $8.69 per thousand cubic feet, which was approximately 6.8% more than the average rate of $8.14 per thousand cubic feet in the United States overall in the most recent month with data. [1]

Year over year, the average industrial natural gas rate in Baton Rouge increased 153.35 percent, from $3.43 per thousand cubic feet in July 2021 to $8.69 per thousand cubic feet in July 2022. [1]

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Natural Gas Usage in Baton Rouge, LA

Baton Rouge Natural Gas Customers

Baton Rouge Natural Gas Customers

An estimated 927,647 residential consumers use natural gas in Louisiana, which is approximately 1.3% of the total number of residential natural gas consumers in the United States overall. [2]

Baton Rouge: There are an estimated 46,960 residential natural gas customers in the city of Baton Rouge. [3]


Residential Natural Gas Consumption in Baton Rouge

Natural Gas Usage in Baton Rouge

Residential natural gas usage in Louisiana in July 2022 was 1,176 million cubic feet, or approximately INF% of the total residential consumption in the U.S. of million cubic feet that month. [1]

Baton Rouge residents used an estimated 60 million cubic feet of natural gas in July 2022, or about 5 percent of the overall usage in Louisiana that month. [3]


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Louisiana Industrial Natural Gas Consumers

  • Industrial Natural Gas Consumers in LA
    • An estimated 971 industrial consumers use natural gas in Louisiana, which is about 0.5% of the total number of industrial natural gas consumers in the United States. [2]
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Louisiana Share of Natural Gas Usage

Louisiana Share of Natural Gas Usage

  • How LA Compares to the U.S.
    • Louisiana accounted for 0.77% of overall residential deliveries of natural gas in the United States in 2021. [2]
    • In 2021, Louisiana accounted for 13% of total industrial deliveries of natural gas in the nation as a whole. [2]
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Louisiana Industrial Natural Gas Prices

  • Industrial Natural Gas Prices in LA
    • Industrial natural gas consumers in the state of Louisiana (as a whole) pay approximately 6.8% more than the average residential natural gas rate in the United States overall. [1]
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More about Baton Rouge

About Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge (Louisiana) is a city in East Baton Rouge County with a population of approximately 229,493. [4]

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Baton Rouge, LA Natural Gas

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

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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