​​​​​​​​​​​​​Natural Gas Prices

The price of natural gas is influenced by the market forces of supply and demand. This price, along with other recoverable expenses, are reflected in the monthly charge for the quantity of natural gas consumed.

​​​​​​Purchased Gas Adjustment/Gas Supply Rate ($/Ccf)

Beaumont

PGA Storage Total Filed with RRC
0.56800
0.00050
0.56850

Houston-Conroe

PGA Storage Total Filed with RRC
0.51959
0.00153
0.52112

East Texas

PGA Storage Total Filed with RRC
0.55656
0.00049
0.55705

North East Texas

PGA Storage Total Filed with RRC
0.47406
0.00163
0.47569

South Texas (14.65 Pressure Base)

PGA Storage Total Filed with RRC
0.61374
0.00135
0.61509

South Texas (14.95 Pressure Base)

PGA Storage Total Filed with RRC
0.62635
0.00138
0.62773

Tyler

PGA Storage Total Filed with RRC
0.47151
0.00162
0.47313

Texas Coast (14.65 Pressure Base)

PGA Storage Total Filed with RRC
  N/A N/AN/A

Texas Coast (14.95 Pressure Base)

PGA Storage Total Filed with RRC
0.51959
0.00153
​​0.52112

​​​​​​​​Learn what you're paying for

Natural Gas Prices - Where Your Dollar Goes

Every dollar on your natural gas bill can be divided into three parts: Cost of natural gas; operations, maintenance and delivery; and taxes.*

  • ​CenterPoint Energy passes its cost of gas - about 42 cents - on to you without markup.
  • About 49 cents goes towards the cost of bringing gas to your home, maintaining a safe and reliable system and investing in new infrastructure and technology.
  • Taxes account for the remaining nine cents.
​*The costs listed are averages across CenterPoint Energy Resources Corporation service territories in the south and are for illustration purposes only. Specific costs are found on page 2 of your natural gas bill. 

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