State Profile
Utility Revenue (Millions) $1,085.1
Consumption (Billion Cubic Feet or BCF)

Consumption by Sector In-State

Customers 851,429
Industry Infrastructure
Utility Gas Efficiency Program Funding


AGA Survey and Statistics System; AGA-CEE Natural Gas Efficiency Programs Survey: Utility expenditures for gas efficiency programs exclude data that have not been released by participating companies at the state level; U.S. Energy Information Administration; and U.S. Department of Transportation.

Statewide Elected Officials Next Election: 2022
Kav Ivey (R)Governor
Will Ainsworth (R) Lieutenant Governor 
Steve Marshall (R)Attorney General
Legislature Next Election: 2022
Session Dates: 02/04/20- 05/19/20
Term: 4 year
President: Will Ainsworth
President Pro Tempore: Del Marsh
Senate Majority Leader: Greg Reed
Senate Minority Leader: Quinton Ross
Senate Member Breakdown
Democrats: 8
Republicans: 27
House of Representatives
Term: 4 year
Speaker of the House: Mac McCutcheon
Speaker Pro Tempore of the House: Victor Gaston
Majority Leader: Nathaniel Ledbetter
Minority Leader: Anthony Daniels
House of Representatives Member Breakdown
Democrats: 28
Republicans: 77
Alabama Public Service Commission Commissioners: Elected in statewide elections: 4 year term Chairperson: Elected in statewide elections: 4 year term
Current Commissioners:
Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh (R), President Elected to Commission in 2008; elected President in 2012; current term ends in 2022
Chris "Chip" Beeker (R), CommissionerElected in 2014; term ends in 2022
Jeremy H. Oden (R), Commissioner Appointed by Governor Robert Bentley in 2012; current term ends in 2022

Alabama’s energy plan was established by legislative action in 2007 and is set to be updated annually at the beginning of each legislative session. The goals and purpose of the plan are to expand fuel diversity, develop energy efficiency programs, incorporate efficiency measures into state buildings and encourage efficiency and renewable energy companies to locate in Alabama.

In 1995, the Alabama PSC approved the Cast Iron Main Replacement Factor as part of Mobile Gas’ general rate case. The program recovers the annual revenue requirement level of depreciation, taxes and return associated with cast iron main replacements. The tracking mechanism is applied to all rate classes and is updated annually for incremental investment in cast iron main replacements. Mobile Gas and Alabama Gas presently utilize a Rate Stabilization and Equalization Plan.

Alagasco owns and operates a network of public and private CNG stations in Alabama. Mobile Gas Service Corp. owns a CNG station in Mobile, AL which is currently limited to private use. •WEC Energy Corp. subsidiary Trillium CNG owns and operates stations in Auburn and Mobile.

Alabama Gas and Mobile Gas Service are regulated under Rate Stabilization and Equalization frameworks that adjust base rates annually. The tariffs of the major energy utilities include adjustment provisions to allow for recovery of changes in income taxes, and certain general and local taxes. Weather normalization clauses are also in place for these companies.