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Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2013

Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2013


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 1,685.9 Texas 1,609.9 Texas 6,574.8 Texas 3,073.5 Texas 12,944.1
2 California 1,480.0 California 1,483.8 Louisiana 2,562.0 California 2,907.8 California 7,684.1
3 Florida 1,168.3 New York 1,134.2 California 1,812.4 Florida 1,466.0 Florida 4,077.9
4 New York 1,072.1 Florida 968.2 Indiana 1,325.5 New York 1,042.8 Illinois 4,011.5
5 Illinois 1,011.9 Illinois 804.4 Pennsylvania 1,318.2 Illinois 950.4 Louisiana 3,835.0
6 Pennsylvania 930.0 Ohio 694.9 Illinois 1,244.7 Ohio 920.3 Pennsylvania 3,795.0
7 Ohio 914.3 Pennsylvania 630.8 Ohio 1,216.0 Pennsylvania 916.0 Ohio 3,745.4
8 Michigan 773.6 Virginia 612.1 Alabama 846.5 New Jersey 847.1 New York 3,625.3
9 North Carolina 692.1 Michigan 600.7 Georgia 753.3 Georgia 823.2 Indiana 2,900.0
10 Georgia 688.1 New Jersey 600.7 Iowa 747.3 Virginia 733.4 Michigan 2,843.2
11 Virginia 626.6 North Carolina 555.8 Michigan 735.8 Michigan 733.1 Georgia 2,795.4
12 New Jersey 599.4 Georgia 530.8 Kentucky 712.9 North Carolina 720.5 North Carolina 2,524.1
13 Indiana 569.6 Tennessee 428.0 Minnesota 636.3 Louisiana 660.2 Virginia 2,410.7
14 Missouri 538.3 Maryland 424.6 Oklahoma 587.8 Indiana 620.0 New Jersey 2,314.5
15 Tennessee 531.9 Missouri 411.2 Tennessee 579.8 Tennessee 596.2 Tennessee 2,135.9
16 Washington 494.9 Indiana 385.0 Wisconsin 577.6 Washington 593.0 Washington 2,039.3
17 Massachusetts 452.6 Washington 382.8 Washington 568.6 Missouri 542.3 Alabama 1,931.4
18 Wisconsin 445.1 Wisconsin 369.1 North Carolina 555.7 Alabama 469.5 Minnesota 1,859.8
19 Maryland 431.5 Minnesota 358.0 South Carolina 527.4 Arizona 459.8 Missouri 1,857.0
20 Minnesota 417.3 Arizona 346.2 Florida 475.4 Massachusetts 456.2 Kentucky 1,822.7
21 Arizona 398.1 Massachusetts 290.9 Virginia 438.6 Oklahoma 453.9 Wisconsin 1,804.0
22 Kentucky 385.2 Colorado 285.6 Kansas 429.5 South Carolina 452.9 Oklahoma 1,622.8
23 Colorado 367.1 Kentucky 284.4 Colorado 417.0 Minnesota 448.2 South Carolina 1,591.4
24 Alabama 358.5 Louisiana 269.1 Mississippi 402.2 Kentucky 440.2 Iowa 1,516.5
25 South Carolina 351.6 South Carolina 259.5 Arkansas 398.8 Maryland 430.9 Colorado 1,471.8
26 Louisiana 343.6 Oklahoma 258.1 New York 376.3 Wisconsin 412.2 Massachusetts 1,442.6
27 Oklahoma 323.0 Alabama 256.8 Nebraska 372.5 Colorado 402.2 Arizona 1,414.8
28 Oregon 258.1 Iowa 215.7 Missouri 365.2 Mississippi 368.1 Maryland 1,403.8
29 Iowa 253.7 Kansas 210.1 Alaska 324.3 Oregon 301.3 Kansas 1,163.1
30 Connecticut 249.1 Oregon 190.9 Wyoming 309.2 Iowa 299.7 Mississippi 1,141.8
31 Arkansas 241.3 Connecticut 189.2 North Dakota 290.1 Kansas 287.3 Arkansas 1,093.0
32 Kansas 236.1 Arkansas 176.6 West Virginia 281.2 Arkansas 276.3 Oregon 996.7
33 Mississippi 211.2 Utah 163.5 New Jersey 267.3 Utah 250.0 Nebraska 871.8
34 Utah 175.3 Mississippi 160.3 Oregon 246.4 Connecticut 228.0 Utah 830.6
35 West Virginia 174.1 Nebraska 140.4 Massachusetts 242.8 Nevada 207.6 Connecticut 748.1
36 Nebraska 163.8 New Mexico 125.8 Utah 241.8 New Mexico 201.5 West Virginia 737.8
37 Nevada 162.1 Nevada 121.3 New Mexico 237.4 Nebraska 195.1 New Mexico 688.5
38 Idaho 127.3 West Virginia 112.3 Arizona 210.7 Alaska 172.8 Nevada 657.1
39 New Mexico 123.9 District of Columbia 111.3 Idaho 179.6 West Virginia 170.2 Alaska 609.0
40 New Hampshire 92.8 Idaho 88.1 Nevada 166.1 Hawaii 141.2 North Dakota 588.6
41 Maine 85.6 North Dakota 85.4 South Dakota 156.3 North Dakota 139.6 Wyoming 535.5
42 Montana 85.2 Montana 76.9 Maine 134.6 Idaho 134.6 Idaho 529.5
43 South Dakota 73.5 New Hampshire 70.4 Montana 121.0 Maine 128.0 Maine 407.1
44 North Dakota 73.4 South Dakota 65.2 Maryland 116.8 Montana 118.1 Montana 401.2
45 Rhode Island 66.2 Wyoming 63.1 Delaware 90.5 Wyoming 114.0 South Dakota 390.4
46 Delaware 65.4 Alaska 63.0 Connecticut 81.9 New Hampshire 99.4 New Hampshire 302.8
47 Wyoming 49.2 Maine 58.9 Hawaii 61.2 South Dakota 95.4 Hawaii 277.1
48 Alaska 48.9 Delaware 56.6 New Hampshire 40.1 Delaware 62.0 Delaware 274.5
49 Vermont 42.7 Rhode Island 49.0 Rhode Island 20.0 Rhode Island 58.3 Rhode Island 193.6
50 District of Columbia 37.0 Hawaii 39.0 Vermont 15.8 Vermont 49.2 District of Columbia 170.9
51 Hawaii 35.7 Vermont 26.0 District of Columbia 2.9 District of Columbia 19.8 Vermont 133.6
United States 21,182.0 United States 17,894.3 United States 31,378.9 United States 26,689.4 United States 97,144.7
aEstimates for the United States include -17.4 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.