Highlights of the Report:
The January Natural Gas Monthly, with data through November 2014, has been released.
- For the first time since 1996, the United States did not receive any liquefied natural gas import cargoes from our trading partners in November 2014.
- Preliminary dry gas production for November 2014 is 2,186 billion cubic feet (Bcf) or 72.9 Bcf/day. For 2014, November is the highest dry production value in Bcf/day of the year. November’s 72.9 Bcf/day is a 0.9 increase from October’s revised 72.0 Bcf/day, and a 6.3% increase from last November’s 68.6 Bcf/day.
- Preliminary total consumption for November 2014 is 2,375 Bcf or 79.2 Bcf/day, an increase of 2.6% from last November’s 2316 or 77.2 Bcf/day.
- Residential consumption drove the total consumption increase: deliveries to residential consumers for November 2014 are 541 Bcf or 18 Bcf/day (an increase from last November’s 17.3 Bcf/day); industrial deliveries are 660 Bcf or 22 Bcf/day (an increase from last November’s 21.7 Bcf/day); and electric power deliveries are 599 Bcf or 20 Bcf/day (a slight increase from last November’s 19.9 Bcf/day).