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Table F18: Coal Price and Expenditure Estimates and Imports and Exports of Coal Coke, 2012

Table F18: Coal Price and Expenditure Estimates and Imports and Exports of Coal Coke, 2012






State
Coal Coal Coke
Prices Expenditures Prices Expenditures
Residential Commercial Industrial Electric Power Total Residential Commercial Industrial Electric Power Total Imports Exports Imports Exports
Dollars per Million Btu Million Dollars Dollars per Million Btu Million Dollars
Alabama 5.25 3.01 3.30 378.5 1,425.2 1,803.7
Alaska 4.04 3.95 4.09 4.06 37.0 0.1 25.8 62.8
Arizona 3.14 2.07 2.09 27.6 852.5 880.1
Arkansas 3.49 2.25 2.27 16.1 655.4 671.4
California 3.54 1.89 3.05 108.7 24.9 133.6
Colorado 3.51 2.89 1.84 1.86 0.8 18.1 670.5 689.4
Connecticut 3.59 3.59 33.3 33.3
Delaware 3.35 3.35 58.3 58.3
Dist. of Col. 3.08 3.08 0.3 0.3
Florida 4.53 3.49 3.51 57.9 1,639.7 1,697.6
Georgia 5.02 4.28 3.47 3.51 0.7 92.8 1,436.1 1,529.6
Hawaii 3.59 1.89 2.01 4.1 29.2 33.3
Idaho 3.49 3.03 3.04 0.4 15.3 15.8
Illinois 2.79 4.21 1.93 2.20 8.0 477.5 1,647.7 2,133.3
Indiana 6.00 6.21 2.59 3.25 28.1 1,333.9 2,517.0 3,879.0
Iowa 2.78 2.61 1.48 1.66 13.6 165.8 524.1 703.5
Kansas 2.85 1.83 1.84 5.6 560.3 565.9
Kentucky 4.19 3.92 2.42 2.47 3.6 114.0 2,131.7 2,249.3
Louisiana 5.32 2.87 2.90 12.3 679.6 691.9
Maine 6.52 3.59 4.69 3.2 2.9 6.1
Maryland 3.11 2.89 3.62 3.54 1.9 58.9 620.6 681.4
Massachusetts 6.09 3.59 3.76 10.0 80.2 90.2
Michigan 5.37 5.86 2.78 3.09 9.9 351.4 1,556.6 1,917.9
Minnesota 4.25 3.29 1.98 2.09 0.2 70.3 467.5 538.1
Mississippi 4.65 4.45 4.46 12.1 355.4 367.6
Missouri 3.67 2.88 1.85 1.89 7.8 65.7 1,375.4 1,448.9
Montana 1.92 2.16 1.61 1.62 0.5 9.0 246.0 255.5
Nebraska 1.87 1.55 1.57 35.4 392.2 427.6
Nevada 3.29 2.55 2.65 22.8 117.1 139.8
New Hampshire 4.07 4.07 57.8 57.8
New Jersey 4.05 4.05 103.7 103.7
New Mexico 2.86 2.18 2.18 1.9 572.6 574.5
New York 4.70 3.12 3.63 110.8 151.9 262.7
North Carolina 5.15 4.11 3.77 3.79 16.5 70.5 1,938.2 2,025.2
North Dakota 2.89 4.33 1.49 2.15 3.7 407.5 462.7 873.8
Ohio 4.97 5.93 2.41 2.88 17.3 796.4 2,125.0 2,938.7
Oklahoma 3.88 1.97 2.04 46.3 621.5 667.8
Oregon 3.08 1.89 1.96 4.9 50.2 55.1
Pennsylvania 6.10 5.77 2.43 3.00 20.0 1,070.1 2,193.4 3,283.5
Rhode Island
South Carolina 5.39 4.35 3.97 3.98 (s) 56.1 1,133.5 1,189.5
South Dakota 2.76 2.19 2.25 9.4 70.6 79.9
Tennessee 5.37 4.09 2.61 2.85 8.6 261.4 934.3 1,204.3
Texas 3.99 3.95 1.88 1.91 1.4 78.5 2,785.6 2,865.4
Utah 2.67 1.92 1.96 36.7 593.4 630.2
Vermont
Virginia 3.79 5.04 3.61 4.04 5.1 339.7 553.3 898.2
Washington 5.87 1.89 2.10 12.9 76.8 89.7
West Virginia 5.36 2.54 2.74 283.2 1,793.8 2,077.0
Wisconsin 6.01 4.02 2.37 2.51 4.9 125.6 807.3 937.8
Wyoming 2.52 1.90 1.45 1.48 1.2 59.0 663.9 724.1

United States
4.38 4.78 2.39 2.60 191.2 7,238.1 37,814.7 45,244.0 13.64 8.65 383.8 209.1
— = No consumption. Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
– = No data reported. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.
Where shown, (s) = Expenditure value less than 0.05.