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Natural Gas Rates in Syracuse

^ Year over year, the average residential natural gas rate in Syracuse increased 10.57 percent. [Read More]

Natural Gas Usage in Syracuse

^ Syracuse residents used an estimated 61 million cubic feet of natural gas in March 2020. [Read More]

Natural Gas Customers in Syracuse

^ There are an estimated 8,369 residential natural gas customers in the city of Syracuse. [Read More]

Syracuse, UT Natural Gas Prices

Natural Gas Rates in Syracuse, UT

Residential Natural Gas Rates in Syracuse

Residential natural gas prices in Syracuse, UT (based on Utah data) averaged $8.37 per thousand cubic feet in March 2020. This average rate was approximately 15.1% less than the U.S. average rate of $9.86 per thousand cubic feet for residential customers in that month. [1]

Year over year, the average residential natural gas rate in Syracuse increased 10.57 percent, from $7.57 per thousand cubic feet in March 2019 to $8.37 per thousand cubic feet in March 2020. [1]

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


Industrial Natural Gas Rates in Syracuse

Syracuse, UT industrial natural gas prices in February 2020 (based on Utah data) averaged $8.20 per thousand cubic feet, which was approximately 144.8% more than the average rate of $3.35 per thousand cubic feet in the United States overall that month. [1]

Year over year, the average industrial natural gas rate in Syracuse decreased 100 percent, from $5.34 per thousand cubic feet in March 2019 to $0.00 per thousand cubic feet in March 2020. [1]

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


Natural Gas Usage in Syracuse, UT

Syracuse Natural Gas Customers

Syracuse Natural Gas Customers

An estimated 950,644 residential consumers use natural gas in Utah, which is approximately 1.4% of the total number of residential natural gas consumers in the United States overall. [2]

Syracuse: There are an estimated 8,369 residential natural gas customers in the city of Syracuse. [3]


Residential Natural Gas Consumption in Syracuse

Natural Gas Usage in Syracuse

Residential natural gas usage in Utah in March 2020 was 6,919 million cubic feet, or approximately 1.3% of the total residential consumption in the U.S. of 524,047 million cubic feet that month. [1]

Syracuse residents used an estimated 61 million cubic feet of natural gas in March 2020, or about 1 percent of the overall usage in Utah that month. [3]


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Utah Industrial Natural Gas Consumers

  • Industrial Natural Gas Consumers in UT
    • An estimated 350 industrial consumers use natural gas in Utah, which is about 0.2% of the total number of industrial natural gas consumers in the United States. [2]
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Utah Share of Natural Gas Usage

Utah Share of Natural Gas Usage

  • How UT Compares to the U.S.
    • Utah accounted for 1.35% of overall residential deliveries of natural gas in the United States in 2018. [2]
    • In 2018, Utah accounted for 0.48% of total industrial deliveries of natural gas in the nation as a whole. [2]
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Utah Industrial Natural Gas Prices

  • Industrial Natural Gas Prices in UT
    • Industrial natural gas consumers in the state of Utah (as a whole) pay approximately 144.8% more than the average residential natural gas rate in the United States overall. [1]
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More about Syracuse

About Syracuse

Syracuse (Utah) is a city in Davis County with a population of approximately 24,331. [4]

UT Natural Gas

Syracuse, UT Natural Gas

To learn more about natural gas rates in Syracuse, UT, or for more resources related to natural gas in Syracuse, 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