The state's natural gas was supplied by 20 companies whose average 2002 residential rates ranged from
Hastings Utilities' $5.15 to Kinder Morgan's $9.94 per thousand cubic feet. Commercial rates ranged
from the Metropolitan Utilities District of Omaha's $4.37 to the City of Falls City's $12.95. Rates
for natural gas used by electric utilities ranged from the Metropolitan Utilities District of Omaha's $3.49
to Stuart Gas Co.'s $6.97. Industrial rates ranged from the City of Wisner's $3.75 to the City of
Notes: An archive is available. Divide the price by ten
(10) to obtain the price per hundred cubic feet (ccf) or the
approximate price per therm.
Nebraska's Natural Gas Prices by Company and by Sector 2002
(Average Price per Thousand Cubic Feet Including Taxes)
Sources:Natural Gas Annual and Form EIA-176, Annual Report of Natural
and Supplemental Gas Supply and Disposition. Energy Information Administration,
Washington, DC. Nebraska Energy Office, Lincoln, NE.
Notes: NA = Not Applicable. Organizations, groups, companies, or individuals
in the agency's links pages are for information only and are not an endorsement by the
State of Nebraska or the Nebraska Energy Office and its management or staff.