Missouri Energy Bulletin Data Tool

Welcome to the Missouri Energy Bulletin Data Tool. Like the Energy Data Dashboard, this site is designed to provide access to external energy data. This tool includes links to information previously provided in the Missouri Energy Bulletin. All data within this tool are provided by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). As EIA updates the embedded visuals, these charts are updated automatically. This may lead to issues with visualizations if, for example, only some data are updated. Please refer to EIA for technical documentation. For additional information on how to access data previously provided through the Missouri Energy Bulletin, download our crosswalk file.

Crude Oil and Petroleum ProductsGasolineDiesel and Distillate Fuel OilNatural Gas and Heating/Cooling Degree-Days | Propane | Electricity

Crude Oil and Petroleum Products

For additional data, refer to This Week in Petroleum and the Weekly Petroleum Status Report, which are products provided by EIA.
Note: “SPR” stands for “Strategic Petroleum Reserve.”


Gasoline

Visit AAA for access to information about Missouri gasoline price averages by city and county. The Missouri Energy Bulletin provides data on prices for E-85 (conventional motor fuel containing 51-83% percent ethanol). Additional data are available from This Week in Petroleum and the Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Update, which includes information provided by EIA.


Diesel and Distillate Fuel Oil

Visit AAA for access to information about Missouri diesel price averages by city and county. The Missouri Energy Bulletin provides data on prices for B-20 (diesel fuel containing 6-20% biodiesel). Additional data are available from This Week in Petroleum and the Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Update, which includes information provided by EIA.


Natural Gas and Heating/Cooling Degree-Days

According to the most recent U.S. Census Bureau information, approximately 50.5 percent (1,219,002) of Missouri households use natural gas to heat their homes. Natural gas is also used to produce goods and electricity. Additional data are available from the Natural Gas Weekly Update and the Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report, which includes information provided by EIA.


Heating degree-days (HDD) are used to estimate energy consumption associated with cold weather events. Cooling degree-days (CDD) are used to estimate energy consumption associated with hot weather events. 


Propane

According to the most recent U.S. Census Bureau information, approximately 8.8 percent (211,908) of Missouri households use propane to heat their homes. Propane is also used to support commercial operations, produce goods, dry grain harvests and fuel vehicles.

The Missouri Energy Bulletin provides data on monthly propane prices during the non-heating season (April – September). Additional data are available from This Week in Petroleum, which includes information provided by EIA.

Electricity

EIA provides preliminary data on hourly electricity demand, generation and interchange for the Midcontinent Independent System Operator Inc. (MISO), Southwest Power Pool (SPP), Associated Electric Cooperative Inc. (AECI) and Southwestern Power Administration. These entities are balancing authorities that operate in Missouri. Additional data on electricity grid operations are available from EIA's Hourly Electric Grid Monitor.

MISO Hourly Data – Note that Ameren Missouri and Columbia Water & Light are in Zone 5
SPP Hourly Data – Note that Missouri utilities in SPP include The Empire District Electric Company (now Liberty), Kansas City Power & Light Company (now Evergy Missouri Metro), KCP&L Greater Missouri Operations Company (now Evergy Missouri West), City Utilities of Springfield and Independence Power & Light
AECI Hourly Data
Southwestern Power Administration Hourly Data