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Table C10. Energy Consumption by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2012

Table C10. Energy Consumption by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2012


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 1,599.0 Texas 1,553.9 Texas 6,258.4 California 2,943.2 Texas 12,281.9
2 California 1,472.4 California 1,481.0 Louisiana 2,628.2 Texas 2,870.6 California 7,640.7
3 Florida 1,146.3 New York 1,099.9 California 1,744.2 Florida 1,487.9 Florida 4,064.9
4 New York 1,023.6 Florida 957.2 Indiana 1,298.5 New York 1,050.5 Louisiana 3,908.6
5 Illinois 915.0 Illinois 764.4 Illinois 1,232.7 Illinois 951.7 Illinois 3,863.8
6 Pennsylvania 867.0 Ohio 675.5 Ohio 1,226.1 Pennsylvania 939.8 Ohio 3,686.4
7 Ohio 863.6 Pennsylvania 609.3 Pennsylvania 1,214.7 Ohio 921.3 Pennsylvania 3,630.8
8 Michigan 701.9 New Jersey 600.2 Alabama 839.3 Georgia 860.9 New York 3,513.4
9 North Carolina 676.3 Virginia 590.8 Kentucky 804.6 New Jersey 844.8 Georgia 2,790.8
10 Georgia 671.7 Michigan 580.6 Iowa 727.7 Virginia 747.3 Indiana 2,785.6
11 Virginia 579.7 North Carolina 572.4 Georgia 721.2 Michigan 717.0 Michigan 2,704.5
12 New Jersey 552.4 Georgia 537.0 Michigan 705.0 North Carolina 682.2 North Carolina 2,482.9
13 Indiana 520.0 Maryland 418.7 Minnesota 641.6 Louisiana 663.7 Virginia 2,355.6
14 Tennessee 497.9 Missouri 397.6 Tennessee 631.2 Washington 619.8 New Jersey 2,271.9
15 Missouri 491.1 Washington 375.1 Washington 582.1 Tennessee 606.3 Tennessee 2,097.2
16 Washington 479.6 Tennessee 361.8 Oklahoma 576.1 Indiana 605.7 Washington 2,056.7
17 Massachusetts 408.6 Indiana 361.5 Wisconsin 570.7 Missouri 551.7 Alabama 1,904.7
18 Maryland 401.0 Wisconsin 342.3 North Carolina 552.0 Alabama 482.3 Kentucky 1,870.6
19 Wisconsin 396.7 Arizona 340.7 South Carolina 529.6 Minnesota 478.4 Minnesota 1,824.3
20 Arizona 385.6 Minnesota 331.1 Florida 473.6 Arizona 463.5 Missouri 1,812.6
21 Minnesota 373.3 Louisiana 277.5 Virginia 437.6 Oklahoma 458.3 Wisconsin 1,733.9
22 Kentucky 361.3 Colorado 276.6 Kansas 428.0 Kentucky 452.4 South Carolina 1,571.2
23 South Carolina 339.9 Massachusetts 270.3 Colorado 425.1 Massachusetts 450.3 Oklahoma 1,568.8
24 Louisiana 339.2 South Carolina 259.1 Mississippi 421.2 South Carolina 442.7 Colorado 1,452.4
25 Alabama 338.1 Kentucky 252.3 Arkansas 391.8 Maryland 434.0 Iowa 1,449.6
26 Colorado 336.8 Alabama 245.0 Nebraska 384.8 Wisconsin 424.1 Arizona 1,407.0
27 Oklahoma 290.0 Oklahoma 244.4 Missouri 372.1 Colorado 413.9 Maryland 1,386.4
28 Oregon 246.4 Kansas 208.1 New York 339.3 Mississippi 368.6 Massachusetts 1,386.0
29 Connecticut 234.2 Iowa 199.6 Alaska 323.5 Oregon 306.7 Mississippi 1,133.4
30 Iowa 224.0 Oregon 187.7 Wyoming 317.8 Iowa 298.2 Kansas 1,126.6
31 Arkansas 221.7 Connecticut 183.3 North Dakota 280.4 Arkansas 280.6 Arkansas 1,064.3
32 Kansas 220.8 Arkansas 170.1 West Virginia 275.4 Kansas 269.8 Oregon 985.9
33 Mississippi 194.0 Utah 154.8 New Jersey 274.4 Utah 244.2 Nebraska 860.6
34 Utah 161.0 Mississippi 149.5 Massachusetts 256.8 Connecticut 232.8 Utah 792.2
35 West Virginia 158.7 Nebraska 131.9 Oregon 245.2 Nevada 206.2 Connecticut 730.3
36 Nevada 154.9 New Mexico 125.6 New Mexico 241.1 New Mexico 204.4 West Virginia 722.7
37 Nebraska 147.0 Nevada 117.7 Utah 232.2 Nebraska 196.9 New Mexico 687.0
38 Idaho 116.5 District of Columbia 111.9 Arizona 217.2 Alaska 189.5 Nevada 640.0
39 New Mexico 116.0 West Virginia 110.0 Idaho 186.7 West Virginia 178.5 Alaska 637.3
40 New Hampshire 81.3 Idaho 83.2 Nevada 161.2 Hawaii 143.5 North Dakota 552.9
41 Maine 81.2 Montana 75.3 South Dakota 149.0 North Dakota 134.5 Wyoming 546.9
42 Montana 80.5 North Dakota 73.8 Maryland 132.8 Idaho 132.9 Idaho 519.2
43 South Dakota 65.1 Alaska 69.7 Montana 119.4 Wyoming 120.0 Montana 391.7
44 North Dakota 64.3 New Hampshire 66.4 Maine 119.0 Maine 117.5 Maine 379.1
45 Delaware 62.3 Wyoming 64.0 Delaware 90.2 Montana 116.4 South Dakota 376.4
46 Rhode Island 59.8 Maine 61.4 Connecticut 80.0 South Dakota 101.2 New Hampshire 283.9
47 Alaska 54.6 South Dakota 61.1 Hawaii 63.5 New Hampshire 100.8 Hawaii 280.3
48 Wyoming 45.1 Delaware 56.7 New Hampshire 35.4 Delaware 64.4 Delaware 273.6
49 Vermont 37.3 Rhode Island 44.0 Vermont 19.1 Rhode Island 58.8 Rhode Island 181.6
50 Hawaii 35.3 Hawaii 38.0 Rhode Island 19.0 Vermont 49.5 District of Columbia 169.3
51 District of Columbia 34.8 Vermont 23.0 District of Columbia 2.8 District of Columbia 19.7 Vermont 128.9
United States 19,924.7 United States 17,342.7 United States 31,003.5 United States 26,700.0 United States 94,970.9
aEstimates for the United States include 4.0 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.