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Table C13. Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2013

Table C13. Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2013


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 101.4 District of Columbia 171.4 Louisiana 553.4 Alaska 234.4 Wyoming 918.1
2 West Virginia 93.9 North Dakota 118.0 Wyoming 530.1 Wyoming 195.5 Louisiana 828.4
3 Missouri 89.0 Wyoming 108.1 Alaska 439.9 North Dakota 192.9 Alaska 826.0
4 Nebraska 87.6 Alaska 85.4 North Dakota 400.7 Louisiana 142.6 North Dakota 813.1
5 Kentucky 87.6 South Dakota 77.1 Texas 248.1 Mississippi 123.0 Iowa 490.4
6 South Dakota 86.9 Montana 75.8 Iowa 241.7 Oklahoma 117.8 Texas 488.4
7 Indiana 86.7 Nebraska 75.1 Indiana 201.7 Montana 116.3 Nebraska 466.5
8 Wyoming 84.4 Virginia 74.0 Nebraska 199.3 Texas 116.0 South Dakota 461.7
9 Montana 84.0 Kansas 72.6 South Dakota 184.8 South Dakota 112.9 Indiana 441.4
10 Oklahoma 83.8 Maryland 71.5 Alabama 175.1 Nebraska 104.4 Oklahoma 421.2
11 Iowa 82.0 Iowa 69.8 Kentucky 162.0 Hawaii 100.2 Kentucky 414.3
12 Tennessee 81.9 Missouri 68.0 Oklahoma 152.5 Kentucky 100.1 Kansas 401.6
13 Arkansas 81.6 New Jersey 67.4 West Virginia 151.7 Kansas 99.2 Alabama 399.5
14 Kansas 81.5 Oklahoma 67.0 Kansas 148.3 Alabama 97.1 West Virginia 398.0
15 Ohio 79.0 Minnesota 66.0 Arkansas 134.8 Iowa 96.9 Montana 395.3
16 Idaho 78.9 Tennessee 65.9 Mississippi 134.4 New Mexico 96.5 Mississippi 381.6
17 Illinois 78.5 Kentucky 64.6 Montana 119.2 Maine 96.3 Arkansas 369.4
18 Michigan 78.2 Wisconsin 64.3 Minnesota 117.3 New Jersey 95.1 Minnesota 343.0
19 Wisconsin 77.5 Illinois 62.4 New Mexico 113.7 South Carolina 94.9 South Carolina 333.5
20 Minnesota 77.0 Delaware 61.1 Idaho 111.4 Indiana 94.4 New Mexico 329.9
21 Virginia 75.8 Texas 60.7 South Carolina 110.5 Arkansas 93.4 Tennessee 328.7
22 Louisiana 74.2 Michigan 60.7 Ohio 105.1 West Virginia 91.8 Idaho 328.3
23 Alabama 74.2 West Virginia 60.6 Pennsylvania 103.1 Tennessee 91.8 Ohio 323.7
24 South Carolina 73.7 New Mexico 60.3 Maine 101.3 Missouri 89.7 Wisconsin 314.1
25 Pennsylvania 72.8 Ohio 60.0 Wisconsin 100.6 Virginia 88.7 Illinois 311.2
26 Maryland 72.7 Arkansas 59.7 Delaware 97.8 Utah 86.1 Missouri 307.2
27 Washington 71.0 Indiana 58.6 Illinois 96.6 Washington 85.0 Maine 306.4
28 Delaware 70.7 Louisiana 58.1 Tennessee 89.2 Idaho 83.5 Pennsylvania 296.9
29 Mississippi 70.6 New York 57.6 Utah 83.3 Minnesota 82.7 Delaware 296.6
30 North Carolina 70.3 North Carolina 56.4 Washington 81.5 Georgia 82.4 Washington 292.4
31 New Hampshire 70.2 Utah 56.3 Colorado 79.1 Ohio 79.5 Virginia 291.5
32 Colorado 69.6 Washington 54.9 Georgia 75.4 Vermont 78.4 Michigan 287.2
33 Connecticut 69.2 Idaho 54.6 Michigan 74.3 Oregon 76.7 Utah 286.2
34 Georgia 68.8 South Carolina 54.4 Oregon 62.7 Colorado 76.3 Georgia 279.7
35 Vermont 68.1 Colorado 54.2 Missouri 60.4 California 75.7 Colorado 279.2
36 Massachusetts 67.5 Mississippi 53.6 Nevada 59.5 New Hampshire 75.1 District of Columbia 263.3
37 New Jersey 67.3 New Hampshire 53.2 North Carolina 56.4 Florida 74.8 New Jersey 259.7
38 Alaska 66.3 Alabama 53.1 Virginia 53.0 Nevada 74.4 North Carolina 256.3
39 Oregon 65.7 Georgia 53.1 California 47.2 Michigan 74.1 Oregon 253.7
40 Maine 64.4 Connecticut 52.6 Hawaii 43.5 Illinois 73.7 Maryland 236.4
41 Texas 63.6 Arizona 52.2 Massachusetts 36.2 North Carolina 73.2 Nevada 235.4
42 Rhode Island 62.9 Florida 49.4 Arizona 31.8 Maryland 72.6 New Hampshire 228.9
43 Utah 60.4 Pennsylvania 49.4 New Hampshire 30.3 Wisconsin 71.8 Massachusetts 215.0
44 Arizona 60.0 Oregon 48.6 New Jersey 30.0 Pennsylvania 71.7 Arizona 213.2
45 Florida 59.6 Rhode Island 46.6 Vermont 25.3 Arizona 69.3 Vermont 213.2
46 New Mexico 59.3 Maine 44.3 Florida 24.3 Massachusetts 68.0 Florida 208.1
47 Nevada 58.1 Nevada 43.5 Connecticut 22.7 Delaware 67.0 Connecticut 207.8
48 District of Columbia 57.0 Massachusetts 43.4 Maryland 19.7 Connecticut 63.3 California 199.9
49 New York 54.4 Vermont 41.4 New York 19.1 Rhode Island 55.3 Hawaii 196.7
50 California 38.5 California 38.6 Rhode Island 19.0 New York 52.9 New York 184.1
51 Hawaii 25.3 Hawaii 27.7 District of Columbia 4.5 District of Columbia 30.5 Rhode Island 183.8
United States 66.9 United States 56.5 United States 99.1 United States 84.3 United States 306.9
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.