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Table C10. Energy Consumption by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2011

Table C10. Energy Consumption by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2011


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 1,745.5 California 1,556.1 Texas 6,087.6 California 3,000.5 Texas 12,206.6
2 California 1,516.1 Texas 1,555.5 Louisiana 2,679.7 Texas 2,818.0 California 7,858.4
3 Florida 1,230.5 New York 1,182.7 California 1,785.7 Florida 1,538.0 Florida 4,217.1
4 New York 1,070.1 Florida 971.6 Indiana 1,314.0 New York 1,015.0 Louisiana 4,055.3
5 Illinois 980.1 Illinois 789.1 Ohio 1,230.0 Illinois 979.1 Illinois 3,977.8
6 Ohio 937.4 Ohio 711.5 Illinois 1,229.5 New Jersey 956.8 Ohio 3,827.6
7 Pennsylvania 923.6 Pennsylvania 638.2 Pennsylvania 1,211.6 Pennsylvania 951.9 Pennsylvania 3,725.3
8 Michigan 762.4 New Jersey 631.5 Alabama 810.0 Ohio 948.6 New York 3,614.8
9 Georgia 745.9 Michigan 610.5 Kentucky 804.3 Georgia 944.0 Georgia 3,002.1
10 North Carolina 736.3 Virginia 607.7 Georgia 747.7 Louisiana 722.7 Indiana 2,869.2
11 Virginia 632.0 North Carolina 578.8 Iowa 745.9 Michigan 721.8 Michigan 2,802.7
12 New Jersey 576.0 Georgia 564.4 Michigan 708.1 Virginia 712.3 North Carolina 2,572.7
13 Tennessee 561.9 Maryland 428.0 Minnesota 655.0 North Carolina 702.6 New Jersey 2,438.5
14 Indiana 556.7 Missouri 413.6 Tennessee 624.6 Tennessee 627.6 Virginia 2,388.5
15 Missouri 536.9 Tennessee 387.0 Washington 585.9 Indiana 621.7 Tennessee 2,201.1
16 Washington 509.6 Washington 386.6 Wisconsin 581.8 Washington 598.2 Washington 2,080.2
17 Wisconsin 425.6 Indiana 376.9 Oklahoma 559.8 Missouri 567.4 Alabama 1,931.3
18 Massachusetts 424.4 Wisconsin 356.9 North Carolina 555.1 Alabama 487.2 Kentucky 1,911.4
19 Maryland 417.9 Arizona 345.5 South Carolina 528.9 Minnesota 472.4 Missouri 1,878.1
20 Minnesota 397.6 Minnesota 341.7 Florida 477.0 Kentucky 472.0 Minnesota 1,866.6
21 Arizona 394.7 Colorado 287.2 Virginia 436.5 Arizona 470.1 Wisconsin 1,789.2
22 Kentucky 381.8 Louisiana 281.4 Colorado 423.6 Oklahoma 462.8 South Carolina 1,610.3
23 Alabama 376.9 Massachusetts 277.8 Kansas 421.0 Massachusetts 458.0 Oklahoma 1,594.6
24 Louisiana 371.5 South Carolina 261.9 Mississippi 410.8 South Carolina 449.9 Iowa 1,512.6
25 South Carolina 369.7 Alabama 257.2 Arkansas 405.0 Maryland 434.3 Colorado 1,480.8
26 Colorado 353.0 Kentucky 253.3 Nebraska 371.9 Wisconsin 424.9 Arizona 1,431.5
27 Oklahoma 324.4 Oklahoma 247.6 Missouri 360.2 Colorado 416.9 Maryland 1,426.4
28 Oregon 263.5 Kansas 216.4 New York 346.9 Mississippi 359.9 Massachusetts 1,395.1
29 Arkansas 246.3 Iowa 207.9 Wyoming 322.4 Iowa 312.9 Mississippi 1,163.4
30 Iowa 245.9 Oregon 195.4 Alaska 315.4 Oregon 310.0 Kansas 1,162.5
31 Kansas 244.9 Connecticut 184.4 West Virginia 275.6 Arkansas 291.2 Arkansas 1,117.1
32 Connecticut 239.4 Arkansas 174.7 New Jersey 274.3 Kansas 280.2 Oregon 1,014.2
33 Mississippi 228.6 Mississippi 164.2 North Dakota 266.3 Utah 251.5 Nebraska 871.4
34 Utah 169.6 Utah 157.8 Oregon 245.3 Connecticut 237.4 Utah 797.2
35 West Virginia 168.6 Nebraska 135.8 New Mexico 238.0 New Mexico 203.4 Connecticut 741.6
36 Nebraska 160.8 New Mexico 126.7 Massachusetts 234.8 Nebraska 202.8 West Virginia 724.3
37 Nevada 156.1 Nevada 119.6 Arizona 221.2 Alaska 200.7 New Mexico 688.0
38 Idaho 124.9 District of Columbia 119.6 Utah 218.4 Nevada 197.4 Alaska 637.9
39 New Mexico 119.9 West Virginia 111.6 Idaho 183.8 West Virginia 168.5 Nevada 632.5
40 Montana 86.9 Idaho 85.3 Nevada 159.5 Hawaii 146.0 Wyoming 553.0
41 New Hampshire 86.8 Montana 78.3 South Dakota 152.9 Idaho 131.7 North Dakota 526.2
42 Maine 86.2 North Dakota 73.2 Maryland 146.1 Maine 123.0 Idaho 525.6
43 South Dakota 71.2 Alaska 68.2 Maine 139.6 Montana 119.0 Maine 412.5
44 North Dakota 68.4 Wyoming 67.6 Montana 113.4 North Dakota 118.3 Montana 397.5
45 Delaware 67.8 New Hampshire 66.6 Delaware 82.7 Wyoming 113.8 South Dakota 382.4
46 Rhode Island 60.0 Maine 63.7 Connecticut 80.4 New Hampshire 103.4 New Hampshire 292.1
47 Alaska 53.7 South Dakota 62.4 Hawaii 64.3 South Dakota 95.9 Hawaii 286.0
48 Wyoming 49.2 Delaware 58.9 New Hampshire 35.3 Delaware 62.2 Delaware 271.6
49 Vermont 46.0 Rhode Island 43.9 Vermont 23.7 Rhode Island 61.2 Rhode Island 183.9
50 District of Columbia 35.9 Hawaii 40.7 Rhode Island 18.8 Vermont 50.4 District of Columbia 180.3
51 Hawaii 35.1 Vermont 29.2 District of Columbia 2.9 District of Columbia 21.9 Vermont 149.3
United States 21,374.4 United States 17,951.9 United States 30,923.8 United States 27,137.2 United States 97,387.3
aEstimates for the United States include 11.1 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.