United States Natural Gas
(Data shown is for 2015, the latest year with complete data in all categoreies)
| ||Million Cubic Ft |
|Global Rank |
| ||368,704,000 ||4th in the world |
| ||32,914,647 ||1st in the world |
| ||27,243,858 ||1st in the world |
|+ 5,670,789 || |
|2,718,094 || |
|1,783,512 || |
| ||934,582 || |
Gas Reserves in the United States
See also: List of countries by Gas Reserves
The United States holds 322 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of proven gas reserves as of 2017, ranking 4th in the world and accounting for about
5% of the world's total natural gas reserves of 6,923 Tcf.
The United States has proven reserves equivalent to 11.9 times its annual consumption. This means it has about 12 years of gas left (at current consumption levels and excluding unproven reserves).
United States Gas Reserves
Global Rank: 4th
| Share of World's Gas: 4.65 %
12 years of natural gas left
(at current consumption levels)
History of Gas Reserves in the United States
Gas Consumption in the United States
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- The United States consumes 27,110,271 million cubic feet (MMcf) of natural gas per year as of the year 2017.
- The United States ranks 1st in the world for natural gas consumption, accounting for about 20.5% of the world's total consumption of 132,290,211 MMcf.
- The United States consumes 82,204 cubic feet of natural gas per capita every year (based on the 2017 population of 329,791,231 people), or 225 cubic feet per capita per day.
Gas Production in the United States
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- The United States produces
32,914,647 million cubic feet (MMcf) of natural gas per year (as of 2015) ranking 1st in the world.
- The United States imports 3% of its natural gas consumption (934,582 MMcf in 2015).
History of Gas Consumption and Production