Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Gas Deliveries Increase for 1st 10 Months of '94

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Gas Deliveries Increase for 1st 10 Months of '94

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U.S. and Oklahoma natural gas deliveries to all consumers were higher for the first 10 months of 1994 compared with the same period in 1993, according to Energy Information Administration's Natural Gas Monthly.

September deliveries, however, dropped compared with those for the previous month.

Oklahoma deliveries to all consumers for the first 10 months of 1994 totaled 355.1 billion cubic feet, up 4 percent from 340.9 bcf the previous year. State deliveries in September totaling 33.5 bcf were down 15 percent from 39.5 bcf in August, according to the administration.

The Energy Information Administration is the independent statistical and analytical agency within the U.S. Department of Energy.

U.S. natural gas deliveries to all consumers totaled 13.9 trillion cubic feet for the first 10 months of 1994. Total deliveries were up 4 percent compared with the same period a year earlier. September deliveries totaled 1.17 tcf, down 7 percent from 1.26 tcf in August.

In Oklahoma, the industrial sector continued to account for the majority of natural gas deliveries for the first 10 months of 1994 _ 43 percent. During that period, natural gas deliveries to the industrial sector totaled 151.79 bcf _ up 15 percent from a year ago.

September deliveries to the sector rose 7 percent to 15 bcf from September 1993 but decreased 9 percent from 16.5 bcf the previous month.

During September, electric utility companies received slightly more natural gas deliveries than the industrial sector. Deliveries to electric utilities during the month totaled 15.26 bcf, down 17 percent from September 1993 and down 24 percent from 20.08 in August 1994.

For the first 10 months of 1994, natural gas deliveries to electric utilities were up 1 percent to 118.9 bcf.

Deliveries to the residential consumers in Oklahoma accounted for 15 percent of total deliveries for the first 10 months of last year. Deliveries to the sector totaled 54.5 bcf, down 7 percent from 58. …

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