Kansas Energy Stats

Kansas possesses a built-in advantage over other states when it comes to meeting your energy needs. With one of the largest natural gas fields in the world, Kansas is among the nation's leading producers of natural gas. Our statewide power costs are typically less than the national average.

Average Electric Prices Industrial Customers



Residential


Commercial

Industrial

Transportation

All Sectors


2013

2012

2013

2012

2013

2012

2013

2012

2013

2012

Kansas

11.56

11.24

9.54

9.24

7.07

7.09

-

-

9.57

9.33

New York

18.84

17.62

15.23

15.06

6.29

6.70

13.63

14.20

15.62

15.15

Illinois

10.25

11.37

7.88

7.99

5.73

5.80

5.44

6.15

7.99

8.40

Missouri

10.52

10.17

7.72

8.20

6.14

5.89

7.90

6.97

8.96

8.53

California

16.39

15.32

14.57

13.41

11.17

10.49

7.68

7.17

14.57

13.53

Oklahoma

9.62

9.51

7.71

7.32

5.34

5.09

-

-

7.81

7.54

U.S. Total

12.12

11.88

10.29

10.09

6.82

6.67

10.28

10.21

10.08

9.84

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Electricity Data Browser

Average Natural Gas Prices to Industrial Customers 2013 Chart