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Table C1. Energy Consumption Overview: Estimates by Energy Source and End-Use Sector, 2014
(Trillion Btu)

Table C1. Energy Consumption Overview: Estimates by Energy Source and End-Use Sector, 2014 (Trillion Btu)






State





Total
Energy b
Sources End-Use Sectors a
Fossil Fuels

Nuclear
Electric
Power



Renewable
Energy e
Net
Interstate
Flow of
Electricity f


Net
Electricity
Imports g




Residential




Commercial




Industrial b




Transportation


Coal

Natural
Gas c


Petroleum d


Total
Alabama 1,958.2 575.9 651.5 497.4 1,724.9 431.4 277.0 -475.0 0.0 378.7 262.4 848.4 468.7
Alaska 603.1 18.2 329.6 233.6 581.4 0.0 21.8 0.0 0.0 47.8 63.2 329.0 163.0
Arizona 1,422.6 447.8 315.4 493.3 1,256.6 338.0 141.3 -313.5 0.2 386.3 337.5 234.5 464.3
Arkansas 1,114.4 339.2 274.8 325.8 939.8 151.4 122.0 -98.8 0.0 247.0 182.5 406.2 278.7
California 7,620.1 39.5 2,417.5 3,245.5 5,702.4 177.7 876.8 821.3 42.0 1,397.4 1,418.5 1,855.9 2,948.3
Colorado 1,477.2 350.5 495.4 467.9 1,313.8 0.0 131.3 32.0 (s) 355.2 282.0 429.1 410.8
Connecticut 750.0 9.1 240.6 310.0 559.7 165.7 43.8 -21.5 2.3 249.4 190.9 83.1 226.7
Delaware 274.0 10.2 106.8 96.6 213.7 0.0 7.9 52.5 0.0 66.9 57.3 87.2 62.6
Dist. of Col. 178.9 (s) 35.3 19.9 55.2 0.0 1.2 122.5 0.0 38.6 112.3 7.3 20.7
Florida 4,121.7 557.9 1,246.7 1,545.7 3,350.3 291.5 313.7 166.2 0.0 1,199.2 974.1 468.0 1,480.3
Georgia 2,851.0 482.7 666.1 836.3 1,985.1 340.7 284.8 240.5 0.0 742.8 548.8 769.6 789.8
Hawaii 281.2 17.2 0.2 233.4 250.8 0.0 30.4 0.0 0.0 36.6 38.8 64.4 141.4
Idaho 519.9 7.5 94.3 158.9 260.7 0.0 154.7 104.6 (s) 120.0 87.0 177.7 135.2
Illinois 4,042.3 1,017.9 1,105.5 1,180.8 3,304.2 1,023.5 240.7 -526.0 0.0 1,030.4 820.1 1,225.0 966.8
Indiana 2,931.6 1,221.5 724.7 763.6 2,709.8 0.0 155.6 66.1 0.2 582.4 390.4 1,327.0 631.8
Iowa 1,541.9 401.2 311.3 425.5 1,137.9 43.4 406.2 -45.7 0.0 253.1 213.3 766.5 309.0
Kansas 1,132.4 316.6 289.7 358.8 965.1 89.5 150.2 -72.4 0.0 239.6 214.7 378.4 299.6
Kentucky 1,770.7 913.5 261.2 579.5 1,754.1 0.0 90.0 -73.4 0.0 393.5 263.9 663.2 450.1
Louisiana 4,279.4 210.0 1,563.3 2,037.1 3,810.4 181.1 158.1 129.9 0.0 348.8 268.2 3,024.3 638.2
Maine 410.5 2.1 62.4 188.3 252.8 0.0 157.3 -15.0 15.4 91.2 62.8 127.0 129.6
Maryland 1,400.6 201.2 216.6 461.2 879.0 150.0 77.1 293.9 0.6 441.6 423.9 115.2 419.9
Massachusetts 1,437.6 29.9 433.2 547.9 1,011.0 60.3 87.7 273.8 4.8 448.9 394.2 162.2 432.4
Michigan 2,881.5 618.5 878.7 832.2 2,329.4 326.8 208.6 -3.2 19.9 787.8 624.8 746.7 722.3
Minnesota 1,912.1 313.1 489.8 582.3 1,385.2 132.9 262.1 108.8 23.0 430.7 368.9 663.3 449.1
Mississippi 1,155.5 116.5 440.0 425.7 982.2 107.2 73.0 -6.9 0.0 217.5 162.0 398.4 377.6
Missouri 1,903.8 780.7 301.2 612.3 1,694.1 97.0 94.4 18.3 0.0 560.3 427.8 363.3 552.4
Montana 403.4 175.4 79.3 169.3 423.9 0.0 137.3 -154.4 -3.3 86.9 78.2 125.3 113.1
Nebraska 864.3 276.5 179.2 236.3 692.0 105.7 140.7 -74.0 (s) 163.0 141.4 358.1 201.7
Nevada 660.3 79.2 259.4 229.5 568.2 0.0 77.3 14.6 0.1 153.5 120.2 179.4 207.1
New Hampshire 310.1 14.9 58.8 151.8 225.5 106.3 60.6 -83.2 0.9 97.1 70.6 42.0 100.4
New Jersey 2,340.2 30.7 798.0 970.4 1,799.2 329.5 94.0 116.7 0.8 611.6 621.6 245.9 861.1
New Mexico 679.1 215.3 256.1 239.9 711.3 0.0 46.8 -79.1 0.1 117.4 125.2 228.6 208.0
New York 3,742.9 64.7 1,386.6 1,296.4 2,747.6 450.1 430.2 60.0 54.9 1,123.7 1,134.8 390.6 1,093.7
North Carolina 2,554.8 501.6 460.9 798.8 1,761.3 428.5 200.7 164.3 0.0 721.8 576.7 541.2 715.1
North Dakota 640.1 399.2 85.5 238.5 723.1 0.0 110.8 -199.7 5.8 77.8 82.4 334.3 145.6
Ohio 3,809.6 1,057.4 1,044.3 1,106.4 3,208.0 170.3 151.3 280.0 0.0 946.0 709.4 1,225.0 929.2
Oklahoma 1,679.9 336.1 665.8 542.0 1,543.9 0.0 170.1 -34.1 0.0 325.0 265.8 606.0 483.1
Oregon 987.1 34.2 225.6 328.6 588.4 0.0 486.2 -88.0 0.5 247.0 189.3 246.7 304.2
Pennsylvania 3,902.4 1,039.2 1,257.1 1,190.5 3,486.7 823.3 214.9 -624.4 1.9 971.8 652.7 1,374.6 903.4
Rhode Island 204.5 0.0 91.3 87.5 178.8 0.0 7.5 17.6 0.6 66.0 51.5 25.1 61.8
South Carolina 1,632.1 305.7 235.9 480.2 1,021.7 548.2 147.6 -85.4 0.0 376.7 268.0 543.2 444.2
South Dakota 391.9 33.1 83.5 113.9 230.5 0.0 139.1 22.3 0.0 73.0 64.3 156.6 98.0
Tennessee 2,194.5 427.5 312.0 672.2 1,411.7 289.4 187.6 305.9 0.0 562.1 434.5 591.0 606.9
Texas 12,899.5 1,586.0 4,219.1 5,947.6 11,752.7 410.9 606.8 130.6 -1.4 1,709.5 1,638.8 6,288.8 3,262.4
Utah 798.0 344.1 252.7 278.6 875.4 0.0 29.2 -106.6 (s) 159.3 157.4 235.7 245.6
Vermont 139.9 0.0 10.8 79.5 90.4 52.9 35.4 -76.9 38.1 44.4 26.6 20.5 48.4
Virginia 2,430.2 278.2 437.0 785.1 1,500.3 316.1 162.4 451.5 0.0 642.5 615.6 451.6 720.5
Washington 2,011.9 76.5 319.8 696.0 1,092.3 99.3 947.9 -101.9 -25.7 481.7 376.5 566.8 587.0
West Virginia 752.9 816.5 161.7 185.2 1,163.3 0.0 55.9 -466.2 0.0 178.1 112.3 293.0 169.6
Wisconsin 1,868.9 417.1 477.9 542.7 1,437.7 98.8 177.2 155.2 0.0 450.2 380.8 591.8 446.1
Wyoming 535.6 489.3 141.8 172.9 804.0 0.0 55.4 -323.7 (s) 47.9 62.4 306.7 118.7

United States
98,385.2 17,996.6 27,451.7 34,999.1 80,425.8 8,337.6 9,440.3 0.0 181.6 21,525.4 18,147.5 31,667.9 27,044.5
aEnd-use sector estimates include electricity sales and associated electrical system energy losses. gElectricity traded with Canada and Mexico. Calculated by converting net imports in kilowatthours by 3,412 Btu per
kilowatthour.
bU.S. total energy and U.S. industrial sector include -21.6 trillion Btu of net imports of coal coke that is not allocated to the
states.
Where shown, (s) = Value less than +0.05 and greater than -0.05 trillion Btu.
cExcludes supplemental gaseous fuels. Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
dExcludes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Fuel ethanol is included in "Renewable Energy." Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.cfm.
eIncludes: Conventional hydroelectric power, biomass (wood and biomass waste, fuel ethanol, and losses and
co-products from fuel ethanol production), geothermal, solar thermal and photovoltaic, and wind energy.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.
fIncludes the energy losses associated with the generation, transmission, and distribution of the electricity flowing across
state lines. A positive number indicates that more electricity came into the state than went out of the state during the year.