NJ Stats: State Electric Generation from Natural Gas, 2013

Rank State Thousand Megawatthours 
1 Texas 203,798
2 Florida 138,966
3 California 119,523
4 New York 54,354
5 Louisiana 52,510
6 Pennsylvania 49,938
7 Alabama 46,586
8 Georgia 40,330
9 Mississippi 31,777
10 Oklahoma 30,056
11 Arizona 29,685
12 North Carolina 27,983
13 New Jersey 27,077
14 Nevada 24,767
15 Virginia 22,651
16 Ohio 21,694
17 Massachusetts 21,257
18 Connecticut 15,780
19 Oregon 14,363
20 Michigan 12,341
21 Arkansas 12,139
22 South Carolina 11,834
23 Washington 11,424
24 Colorado 10,709
25 Indiana 9,032
26 New Mexico 8,975
27 Wisconsin 8,102
28 Illinois 6,828
29 Utah 6,606
30 Minnesota 6,301
31 Rhode Island 6,139
32 Delaware 5,931
33 Tennessee 5,017
34 Maine 4,873
35 Missouri 4,400
36 New Hampshire 4,100
37 Alaska 3,421
38 Idaho 3,392
39 Maryland 2,888
40 Kansas 1,980
41 Iowa 1,430
42 Kentucky 1,418
43 Montana 614
44 Wyoming 512
45 South Dakota 502
46 Nebraska 437
47 West Virginia 270
48 North Dakota 54
49 Vermont 3
50 Hawaii 0


The 50 State Average
is 22,495 Thousand Megawatthours. New Jersey is 20.4% above the 50-State Average.

Source:
U.S. Energy Information Administration. “Table 3.10 Net Generation from Natural Gas.” Electric Power Annual. March 23, 2015. Accessed July 2015. http://www.eia.gov/electricity/annual/html/epa_03_10.html