U.S. Natural Gas Demand For Electricity Can Only Grow

Even more so going forward, natural gas will be the main source of U.S. electricity, currently at 33% of all generation. Electricity accounts for a leading 35% of total U.S. gas demand, or a rising 9.6 trillion cubic feet consumed for power burn per year. Impressively, even though U.S. power consumption has been flat, our gas used to generate electricity is up 42% in the shale-era since 2008.

2019-03-26T09:44:12-05:00January 16th, 2019|National Market|