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    Natural Gas Monthly Data for September 2022


    December 4, 2022 - Thai News Service

     

      Highlights

      September 2022

      - In September 2022, dry natural gas production increased year over year for the month for the 18th consecutive month. The preliminary level for dry natural gas production in September 2022 was 2,997 billion cubic feet (Bcf), or 99.9 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d). This level was 5.0% (4.8 Bcf/d) higher than September 2021 (95.1 Bcf/d) and the highest level for any month since 1973, when we began tracking dry natural gas production. Gross withdrawals also increased from September 2021:

      o Gross withdrawals: 3,618 Bcf for the month, or a daily rate of 120.6 Bcf/d

      - A 5.7% increase compared with September 2021 (114.1 Bcf/d)

      - Highest daily rate of gross withdrawals for any month since 1980, the earliest year in this data set

      - Estimated natural gas consumption in September 2022 was 2,307 Bcf, or 76.9 Bcf/d. This level was 7.7% higher than September 2021 (71.4 Bcf/d) and the highest for the month since we began using the current methodology for consumption in 2001.

      - The year-over-year average daily rate of consumption of dry natural gas in September 2022 increased in two of the four consuming sectors and decreased in the other two. Deliveries of natural gas by consuming sector in September 2022 were as follows:

      o Residential deliveries: 114 Bcf for the month, or a daily rate of 3.8 Bcf/d

      - A 3.4% decrease compared with September 2021 (3.9 Bcf/d)

      - Lowest residential deliveries for the month since 2019

      o Commercial deliveries: 150 Bcf for the month, or a daily rate of 5.00 Bcf/d

      - A 0.3% decrease compared with September 2021 (5.01 Bcf/d)

      - Despite this decrease, second-highest commercial deliveries for the month since we began using the current methodology for commercial deliveries in 1997

      o Industrial deliveries: 664 Bcf for the month, or a daily rate of 22.1 Bcf/d

      - A 3.9% increase compared with September 2021 (21.3 Bcf/d)

      - Highest industrial deliveries for the month since we began using the current methodology for industrial deliveries in 2001

      o Electric power deliveries: 1,123 Bcf for the month, or a daily rate of 37.4 Bcf/d

      - A 12.9% increase compared with September 2021 (33.2 Bcf/d)

      - Highest electric power deliveries for the month since we began using the current methodology for electric power deliveries in 2001

      - Net natural gas imports (imports minus exports) were -292 Bcf, or -9.7 Bcf/d, in September 2022, making the United States a net natural gas exporter. The United States exported 2.2 times more natural gas than it imported in September 2022. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports in September 2022 were 3.5% higher than the daily rate of LNG exported in September 2021. The average daily rate of LNG exports was the highest for the month since 1997, when we began collecting LNG data. In September 2022, the United States exported 9.8 Bcf/d of LNG to 26 countries. Natural gas imports increased year over year while exports decreased year over year in September 2022:

      o Total imports: 234 Bcf for the month, or a daily rate of 7.8 Bcf/d

      - A 6.4% increase compared with September 2021 (7.3 Bcf/d)

      - Highest daily rate of natural gas imports for the month since 2016

      o Total exports: 526 Bcf for the month, or 17.5 Bcf/d

      - A 1.9% decrease compared with September 2021 (17.9 Bcf/d)

      - Despite this decrease, second-highest natural gas exports for the month since we began tracking them in 1973

      (U.S. Energy Information Administration)

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