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^ Residential natural gas prices in Ohio in April 2019 averaged $9.90 per thousand cubic feet, about 9.3% less than the average U.S. rate [Read More]

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Natural Gas Customers in OH

^ Ohio has an estimated 3,336,219 residential natural gas consumers, or approximately 4.8% of the total number in the nation [Read More]

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Natural Gas Rates in Ohio

Residential Natural Gas Rates in Ohio

Residential natural gas prices in Ohio in April 2019 averaged $9.90 per thousand cubic feet, which was approximately 9.3% less than the national average rate of $10.92 per thousand cubic feet (April 2019). [1]

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Industrial Natural Gas Rates in Ohio

In April 2019, industrial natural gas prices in Ohio averaged $6.22 per thousand cubic feet, or about 54.7% more than the average rate of $4.02 per thousand cubic feet in the U.S. overall that month. [1]

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Natural Gas Usage in Ohio

Residential Natural Gas Consumption in Ohio

Residential Natural Gas Consumption in Ohio

Residential natural gas usage in OH in April 2019 was 19,144 million cubic feet, or approximately 5.9% of the total residential consumption in the U.S. of 327,124 million cubic feet that month. [1]

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Industrial Natural Gas Consumption in Ohio

In April 2019, industrial natural gas usage in OH totaled 22,527 million cubic feet, which was about 3.4% of the industrial natural gas used in the U.S. in its entirety (667,363 million cubic feet) that month. [1]

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More Ohio Natural Gas Statistics

Ohio Natural Gas Consumers

Ohio Natural Gas Consumers

  • Natural Gas Consumers in OH [2]
    • An estimated 3,336,219 residential consumers use natural gas in OH, which is about 4.8% of the total number of residential natural gas consumers in the U.S.
    • There are an estimated 5,817 industrial natural gas consumers in OH, or approximately 3.1% of the total number of industrial natural gas consumers in the U.S overall.

Ohio Share of Natural Gas Usage

  • How OH Compares to the U.S. [3]
    • Ohio accounted for 5.86% of overall residential deliveries of natural gas in the United States in 2017.
    • In 2017, Ohio accounted for 3.49% of total industrial deliveries of natural gas in the United States.
    • The state of Ohio accounted for 4.96% of total commercial deliveries of natural gas in the United States in 2017.

Ohio Natural Gas Prices

  • Natural Gas Prices in OH [1]
    • Residential natural gas consumers in the state of Ohio (as a whole) pay approximately 9.3% less than the average residential natural gas rate in the United States overall.
    • Industrial natural gas consumers in Ohio pay about 54.7% more than the average industrial natural gas rate in the United States overall.

Household Income in Ohio

Household Income: OH vs. Nation

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Summary for Ohio


  • How Household Income in Ohio Compares to the U.S.
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  • How Residential Natural Gas Prices in OH Compare to the U.S.
    • In April 2019, residential natural gas prices in Ohio averaged approximately $9.90 per thousand cubic feet, which was about 9.3 percent less than the average residenial cost in the United States overall ($10.92 per thousand cubic feet). [1]

Income Breakdown in Ohio [4]

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More about Ohio

About Ohio

The state of Ohio ranks 6th in the United States with an approximate population of 11,536,504. [4]

OH Gas Rates

Natural Gas in OH

To learn more about natural gas rates in Ohio, or for additional resources related to natural gas (or other utilities) in OH, visit the U.S. Energy Information Administration.


Did you know?

Natural gas is odorless, so a chemical that smells like sulfur is added. This allows it to be detected in cases where leaks occur.

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References

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

2. ^ U.S. Department of Energy

3. ^ U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

4. ^ United States Census Bureau