||Production Estimate (Trillion British Thermal Unit)
||Share of Production in Utah
|Natural Gas - Marketed||535.4||48%|
|Nuclear Electric Power||N/A||N/A|
|Other Renewable Energy||20.8||2%|
As of January 2015, the average price of electricity in Utah was 7.96 cents per kilowatt-hour for commercial and 5.63 cents per kilowatt-hour for industrial, well below the national averages.
Rocky Mountain Power (RMP), a subsidiary of Pacificorp, is Utah’s primary electric service provider, accounting for over 80% of electricity sales in the state of Utah. RMP consistently ranks among the lowest-cost electricity producers in the United States. Please visit the RMP website to view rate schedules or contact the Ogden Business team for more information about specific load profiles.
Rocky Mountain Power
201 South Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Rocky Mountain Power Website
As of January 2015, the average price of City Gate natural gas in Utah was $6.35 per thousand cubic feet, which is currently above the national average.
Dominion Energy is Utah’s primary natural gas provider. Large industrial users may purchase natural gas supplies and transport the gas under a free arrangement with the utility. Please visit the Dominion website to view rate schedules or contact the Ogden Business team.
P.O. Box 45360
Salt Lake City, UT 84145
Dominion Energy Website
The Ogden City Public Utilities Division provides water, sanitary sewer, and stormwater service throughout the city. Please view the rate sheet for more information.