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Table F17: Coal Consumption Estimates and Imports and Exports of Coal Coke, 2012

Table F17: Coal Consumption Estimates and Imports and Exports of Coal Coke, 2012




State
Coal Coal Coke
Residential a Commercial Industrial Electric Power Total Residential a Commercial Industrial Electric Power Total Imports Exports Imports Exports
Thousand Short Tons Trillion Btu Thousand Short Tons Trillion Btu
Alabama 0 2,646 23,020 25,666 0.0 72.1 474.1 546.2
Alaska 600 1 427 1,029 9.2 (s) 6.3 15.5
Arizona 0 421 21,461 21,882 0.0 8.8 411.9 420.6
Arkansas 0 194 17,023 17,217 0.0 4.6 291.6 296.2
California 0 1,323 539 1,863 0.0 30.7 13.2 43.8
Colorado 10 281 19,199 19,489 0.2 6.3 363.6 370.1
Connecticut 0 0 415 415 0.0 0.0 9.3 9.3
Delaware 0 0 682 682 0.0 0.0 17.4 17.4
Dist. of Col. 4 0 0 4 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.1
Florida 0 502 19,932 20,433 0.0 12.8 470.2 483.0
Georgia 5 853 20,836 21,694 0.1 21.7 413.7 435.5
Hawaii 0 50 753 803 0.0 1.1 15.4 16.6
Idaho 5 248 0 253 0.1 5.1 0.0 5.2
Illinois 128 4,749 48,509 53,386 2.9 113.5 852.8 969.2
Indiana 209 7,650 46,696 54,555 4.7 214.9 973.3 1,192.9
Iowa 212 3,345 20,747 24,305 4.9 63.6 354.1 422.6
Kansas 0 86 17,759 17,845 0.0 2.0 305.6 307.5
Kentucky 31 1,118 38,978 40,128 0.9 29.1 879.8 909.7
Louisiana 0 148 14,746 14,894 0.0 2.3 236.5 238.8
Maine 0 19 32 51 0.0 0.5 0.8 1.3
Maryland 22 906 6,930 7,858 0.6 20.4 171.4 192.4
Massachusetts 0 60 954 1,014 0.0 1.6 22.4 24.0
Michigan 78 2,299 29,669 32,046 1.8 60.0 559.7 621.6
Minnesota 3 1,131 13,384 14,518 0.1 21.4 236.4 257.9
Mississippi 0 113 5,240 5,354 0.0 2.6 79.8 82.5
Missouri 93 1,015 42,340 43,447 2.1 22.8 743.4 768.4
Montana 9 238 9,057 9,304 0.2 4.2 153.0 157.4
Nebraska 0 1,038 14,884 15,922 0.0 18.9 253.7 272.6
Nevada 0 299 2,258 2,556 0.0 6.9 45.9 52.9
New Hampshire 0 0 520 520 0.0 0.0 14.2 14.2
New Jersey 0 0 1,007 1,007 0.0 0.0 25.6 25.6
New Mexico 0 27 14,452 14,480 0.0 0.7 262.4 263.1
New York 0 889 2,228 3,117 0.0 23.6 48.7 72.3
North Carolina 120 661 20,876 21,657 3.2 17.2 514.2 534.6
North Dakota 73 6,554 22,795 29,422 1.3 94.1 311.0 406.3
Ohio 130 4,911 37,119 42,160 3.5 134.3 881.1 1,018.8
Oklahoma 0 628 18,317 18,945 0.0 12.0 315.6 327.5
Oregon 0 68 1,583 1,651 0.0 1.6 26.5 28.1
Pennsylvania 131 6,878 41,602 48,611 3.3 185.8 904.2 1,093.3
Rhode Island 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
South Carolina (s) 506 11,658 12,164 (s) 12.9 285.7 298.6
South Dakota 0 205 1,950 2,155 0.0 3.4 32.2 35.6
Tennessee 62 2,453 17,466 19,982 1.6 63.9 357.6 423.1
Texas 13 947 97,305 98,265 0.3 19.8 1,478.7 1,498.9
Utah 0 599 14,084 14,683 0.0 13.8 308.5 322.3
Vermont 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Virginia 51 2,469 6,497 9,017 1.4 67.4 153.4 222.2
Washington 0 114 2,502 2,617 0.0 2.2 40.6 42.8
West Virginia 0 1,976 29,571 31,547 0.0 53.1 706.0 759.1
Wisconsin 30 1,388 19,283 20,701 0.8 31.2 341.2 373.3
Wyoming 24 1,581 26,265 27,870 0.5 31.1 458.6 490.1

United States
2,045 63,589 823,551 889,185 43.7 1,515.8 15,821.3 17,380.7 1,135 974 28.1 24.2
aData are not collected by EIA and are assumed to be zero in the State Energy Data System. 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) = Physical unit value less than 0.5 or Btu value less than 0.05.