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Table C13. Energy Consumption per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2012

Table C13. Energy Consumption per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2012


Rank
Residential Sector Commercial Sector Industrial Sector Transportation Sector Total Consumption
State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu
1 North Dakota 91.6 District of Columbia 176.6 Louisiana 571.1 Alaska 259.4 Wyoming 948.5
2 West Virginia 85.5 Wyoming 111.0 Wyoming 551.2 Wyoming 208.0 Alaska 872.7
3 Kentucky 82.5 North Dakota 105.2 Alaska 443.0 North Dakota 191.7 Louisiana 849.3
4 Missouri 81.5 Alaska 95.4 North Dakota 399.9 Louisiana 144.2 North Dakota 788.4
5 Montana 80.1 Montana 74.9 Texas 240.1 Mississippi 123.4 Iowa 471.4
6 Indiana 79.5 South Dakota 73.3 Iowa 236.6 South Dakota 121.3 Texas 471.3
7 Nebraska 79.2 Virginia 72.2 Nebraska 207.4 Oklahoma 120.1 Nebraska 463.8
8 Wyoming 78.3 Kansas 72.1 Indiana 198.6 Montana 115.8 South Dakota 451.3
9 South Dakota 78.1 Maryland 71.1 Kentucky 183.7 Texas 110.2 Kentucky 427.1
10 Tennessee 77.1 Nebraska 71.1 South Dakota 178.7 Nebraska 106.1 Indiana 426.1
11 Kansas 76.5 New Jersey 67.7 Alabama 174.2 Kentucky 103.3 Oklahoma 411.1
12 Oklahoma 76.0 Missouri 66.0 Oklahoma 151.0 Hawaii 103.2 Alabama 395.4
13 Arkansas 75.2 Iowa 64.9 West Virginia 148.3 Alabama 100.1 Kansas 390.4
14 Alaska 74.8 Oklahoma 64.0 Kansas 148.3 New Mexico 98.1 Montana 389.5
15 Ohio 74.7 Delaware 61.8 Mississippi 141.0 Iowa 97.0 West Virginia 389.2
16 Louisiana 73.7 Minnesota 61.5 Arkansas 132.8 West Virginia 96.1 Mississippi 379.5
17 Idaho 73.0 Louisiana 60.3 Minnesota 119.3 New Jersey 95.3 Arkansas 360.8
18 Iowa 72.8 New Mexico 60.3 Montana 118.8 Arkansas 95.1 Minnesota 339.1
19 South Carolina 72.0 Wisconsin 59.8 Idaho 117.0 Tennessee 93.9 South Carolina 332.6
20 Illinois 71.1 Texas 59.6 New Mexico 115.7 South Carolina 93.7 New Mexico 329.7
21 Michigan 71.0 Illinois 59.4 South Carolina 112.1 Kansas 93.5 Idaho 325.4
22 Virginia 70.8 West Virginia 59.3 Ohio 106.1 Indiana 92.7 Tennessee 324.9
23 Alabama 70.2 Michigan 58.7 Wisconsin 99.7 Missouri 91.6 Ohio 319.1
24 Washington 69.6 North Carolina 58.7 Delaware 98.4 Virginia 91.3 Wisconsin 302.9
25 Minnesota 69.4 Ohio 58.5 Tennessee 97.8 Washington 89.9 Missouri 300.9
26 North Carolina 69.4 Arkansas 57.7 Illinois 95.8 Minnesota 88.9 Illinois 300.3
27 Wisconsin 69.3 Kentucky 57.6 Pennsylvania 95.2 Maine 88.5 Delaware 298.3
28 Maryland 68.1 New York 56.2 Maine 89.6 Georgia 86.8 Washington 298.3
29 Delaware 67.9 Tennessee 56.0 Washington 84.4 Utah 85.6 Virginia 287.7
30 Pennsylvania 67.9 Indiana 55.3 Colorado 81.9 Idaho 83.3 Maine 285.4
31 Georgia 67.7 South Carolina 54.9 Utah 81.3 Colorado 79.8 Pennsylvania 284.4
32 Connecticut 65.2 Washington 54.4 Georgia 72.7 Ohio 79.7 Georgia 281.5
33 Mississippi 65.0 Utah 54.2 Michigan 71.3 Vermont 79.1 Colorado 279.9
34 Colorado 64.9 Georgia 54.2 Oregon 62.9 Oregon 78.6 Utah 277.5
35 Oregon 63.2 Colorado 53.3 Missouri 61.8 California 77.5 Michigan 273.7
36 New Jersey 62.3 Idaho 52.1 Nevada 58.5 Florida 77.0 District of Columbia 267.2
37 New Hampshire 61.5 Arizona 52.0 North Carolina 56.6 New Hampshire 76.3 New Jersey 256.2
38 Massachusetts 61.5 Connecticut 51.0 Virginia 53.5 Nevada 74.9 North Carolina 254.7
39 Texas 61.4 Alabama 50.9 California 45.9 Wisconsin 74.1 Oregon 252.8
40 Maine 61.1 New Hampshire 50.2 Hawaii 45.7 Illinois 74.0 Maryland 235.6
41 Vermont 59.6 Mississippi 50.1 Massachusetts 38.6 Maryland 73.8 Nevada 232.4
42 Florida 59.3 Florida 49.5 Arizona 33.2 Pennsylvania 73.6 New Hampshire 214.8
43 Arizona 58.9 Oregon 48.1 New Jersey 30.9 Michigan 72.6 Arizona 214.8
44 Rhode Island 56.9 Pennsylvania 47.7 Vermont 30.5 Arizona 70.7 Florida 210.4
45 Utah 56.4 Maine 46.2 New Hampshire 26.8 Delaware 70.2 Massachusetts 208.6
46 Nevada 56.2 Nevada 42.7 Florida 24.5 North Carolina 70.0 Vermont 205.9
47 New Mexico 55.7 Rhode Island 41.9 Maryland 22.6 Massachusetts 67.8 Connecticut 203.3
48 District of Columbia 55.0 Massachusetts 40.7 Connecticut 22.3 Connecticut 64.8 Hawaii 201.6
49 New York 52.3 California 39.0 Rhode Island 18.1 Rhode Island 56.0 California 201.1
50 California 38.7 Vermont 36.7 New York 17.3 New York 53.7 New York 179.5
51 Hawaii 25.4 Hawaii 27.3 District of Columbia 4.5 District of Columbia 31.2 Rhode Island 172.9
United States 63.5 United States 55.3 United States 98.8 United States 85.1 United States 302.6
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.