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Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2014

Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2014


Rank
Residential Sector Commercial Sector Industrial Sector a Transportation Sector Total Consumption a
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,709.5 Texas 1,638.8 Texas 6,288.8 Texas 3,262.4 Texas 12,899.5
2 California 1,397.4 California 1,418.5 Louisiana 3,024.3 California 2,948.3 California 7,620.1
3 Florida 1,199.2 New York 1,134.8 California 1,855.9 Florida 1,480.3 Louisiana 4,279.4
4 New York 1,123.7 Florida 974.1 Pennsylvania 1,374.6 New York 1,093.7 Florida 4,121.7
5 Illinois 1,030.4 Illinois 820.1 Indiana 1,327.0 Illinois 966.8 Illinois 4,042.3
6 Pennsylvania 971.8 Ohio 709.4 Illinois 1,225.0 Ohio 929.2 Pennsylvania 3,902.4
7 Ohio 946.0 Pennsylvania 652.7 Ohio 1,225.0 Pennsylvania 903.4 Ohio 3,809.6
8 Michigan 787.8 Michigan 624.8 Alabama 848.4 New Jersey 861.1 New York 3,742.9
9 Georgia 742.8 New Jersey 621.6 Georgia 769.6 Georgia 789.8 Indiana 2,931.6
10 North Carolina 721.8 Virginia 615.6 Iowa 766.5 Michigan 722.3 Michigan 2,881.5
11 Virginia 642.5 North Carolina 576.7 Michigan 746.7 Virginia 720.5 Georgia 2,851.0
12 New Jersey 611.6 Georgia 548.8 Minnesota 663.3 North Carolina 715.1 North Carolina 2,554.8
13 Indiana 582.4 Tennessee 434.5 Kentucky 663.2 Louisiana 638.2 Virginia 2,430.2
14 Tennessee 562.1 Missouri 427.8 Oklahoma 606.0 Indiana 631.8 New Jersey 2,340.2
15 Missouri 560.3 Maryland 423.9 Wisconsin 591.8 Tennessee 606.9 Tennessee 2,194.5
16 Washington 481.7 Massachusetts 394.2 Tennessee 591.0 Washington 587.0 Washington 2,011.9
17 Wisconsin 450.2 Indiana 390.4 Washington 566.8 Missouri 552.4 Alabama 1,958.2
18 Massachusetts 448.9 Wisconsin 380.8 South Carolina 543.2 Oklahoma 483.1 Minnesota 1,912.1
19 Maryland 441.6 Washington 376.5 North Carolina 541.2 Alabama 468.7 Missouri 1,903.8
20 Minnesota 430.7 Minnesota 368.9 Florida 468.0 Arizona 464.3 Wisconsin 1,868.9
21 Kentucky 393.5 Arizona 337.5 Virginia 451.6 Kentucky 450.1 Kentucky 1,770.7
22 Arizona 386.3 Colorado 282.0 Colorado 429.1 Minnesota 449.1 Oklahoma 1,679.9
23 Alabama 378.7 Louisiana 268.2 Arkansas 406.2 Wisconsin 446.1 South Carolina 1,632.1
24 South Carolina 376.7 South Carolina 268.0 Mississippi 398.4 South Carolina 444.2 Iowa 1,541.9
25 Colorado 355.2 Oklahoma 265.8 New York 390.6 Massachusetts 432.4 Colorado 1,477.2
26 Louisiana 348.8 Kentucky 263.9 Kansas 378.4 Maryland 419.9 Massachusetts 1,437.6
27 Oklahoma 325.0 Alabama 262.4 Missouri 363.3 Colorado 410.8 Arizona 1,422.6
28 Iowa 253.1 Kansas 214.7 Nebraska 358.1 Mississippi 377.6 Maryland 1,400.6
29 Connecticut 249.4 Iowa 213.3 North Dakota 334.3 Iowa 309.0 Mississippi 1,155.5
30 Oregon 247.0 Connecticut 190.9 Alaska 329.0 Oregon 304.2 Kansas 1,132.4
31 Arkansas 247.0 Oregon 189.3 Wyoming 306.7 Kansas 299.6 Arkansas 1,114.4
32 Kansas 239.6 Arkansas 182.5 West Virginia 293.0 Arkansas 278.7 Oregon 987.1
33 Mississippi 217.5 Mississippi 162.0 Oregon 246.7 Utah 245.6 Nebraska 864.3
34 West Virginia 178.1 Utah 157.4 New Jersey 245.9 Connecticut 226.7 Utah 798.0
35 Nebraska 163.0 Nebraska 141.4 Utah 235.7 New Mexico 208.0 West Virginia 752.9
36 Utah 159.3 New Mexico 125.2 Arizona 234.5 Nevada 207.1 Connecticut 750.0
37 Nevada 153.5 Nevada 120.2 New Mexico 228.6 Nebraska 201.7 New Mexico 679.1
38 Idaho 120.0 District of Columbia 112.3 Nevada 179.4 West Virginia 169.6 Nevada 660.3
39 New Mexico 117.4 West Virginia 112.3 Idaho 177.7 Alaska 163.0 North Dakota 640.1
40 New Hampshire 97.1 Idaho 87.0 Massachusetts 162.2 North Dakota 145.6 Alaska 603.1
41 Maine 91.2 North Dakota 82.4 South Dakota 156.6 Hawaii 141.4 Wyoming 535.6
42 Montana 86.9 Montana 78.2 Maine 127.0 Idaho 135.2 Idaho 519.9
43 North Dakota 77.8 New Hampshire 70.6 Montana 125.3 Maine 129.6 Maine 410.5
44 South Dakota 73.0 South Dakota 64.3 Maryland 115.2 Wyoming 118.7 Montana 403.4
45 Delaware 66.9 Alaska 63.2 Delaware 87.2 Montana 113.1 South Dakota 391.9
46 Rhode Island 66.0 Maine 62.8 Connecticut 83.1 New Hampshire 100.4 New Hampshire 310.1
47 Wyoming 47.9 Wyoming 62.4 Hawaii 64.4 South Dakota 98.0 Hawaii 281.2
48 Alaska 47.8 Delaware 57.3 New Hampshire 42.0 Delaware 62.6 Delaware 274.0
49 Vermont 44.4 Rhode Island 51.5 Rhode Island 25.1 Rhode Island 61.8 Rhode Island 204.5
50 District of Columbia 38.6 Hawaii 38.8 Vermont 20.5 Vermont 48.4 District of Columbia 178.9
51 Hawaii 36.6 Vermont 26.6 District of Columbia 7.3 District of Columbia 20.7 Vermont 139.9
United States 21,525.4 United States 18,147.5 United States 31,667.9 United States 27,044.5 United States 98,385.2
aEstimates for the United States include -21.6 trillion Btu of net imports of coal coke that is not allocated to the states.
Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.cfm.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.