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Table C13. Energy Consumption per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2011

Table C13. Energy Consumption per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2011


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 99.8 District of Columbia 193.1 Louisiana 585.8 Alaska 277.3 Wyoming 974.7
2 West Virginia 90.9 Wyoming 119.2 Wyoming 568.2 Wyoming 200.7 Louisiana 886.5
3 Missouri 89.4 North Dakota 106.9 Alaska 435.7 North Dakota 172.8 Alaska 881.3
4 Tennessee 87.8 Alaska 94.1 North Dakota 388.9 Louisiana 158.0 North Dakota 768.4
5 Kentucky 87.4 Montana 78.4 Iowa 243.4 Oklahoma 122.3 Iowa 493.6
6 Nebraska 87.3 South Dakota 75.8 Texas 237.5 Mississippi 120.9 Texas 476.2
7 Montana 87.1 Kansas 75.4 Nebraska 201.9 Montana 119.3 Nebraska 473.0
8 Wyoming 86.6 Virginia 75.0 Indiana 201.6 South Dakota 116.4 South Dakota 464.3
9 South Dakota 86.5 Nebraska 73.7 South Dakota 185.6 Nebraska 110.1 Indiana 440.3
10 Oklahoma 85.7 Maryland 73.3 Kentucky 184.2 Texas 109.9 Kentucky 437.7
11 Indiana 85.4 New Jersey 71.5 Alabama 168.6 New Jersey 108.3 Oklahoma 421.4
12 Kansas 85.3 Missouri 68.8 West Virginia 148.6 Kentucky 108.1 Kansas 405.0
13 Arkansas 83.8 Iowa 67.9 Oklahoma 147.9 Hawaii 105.9 Alabama 402.0
14 Ohio 81.2 Oklahoma 65.4 Kansas 146.7 Iowa 102.1 Montana 398.4
15 Louisiana 81.2 Delaware 64.9 Mississippi 138.0 Alabama 101.4 Mississippi 390.7
16 Iowa 80.3 Minnesota 63.9 Arkansas 137.8 Arkansas 99.1 West Virginia 390.5
17 South Carolina 79.1 Wisconsin 62.5 Minnesota 122.5 Tennessee 98.1 Arkansas 380.2
18 Idaho 78.8 Michigan 61.8 Idaho 116.0 New Mexico 97.8 Minnesota 349.1
19 Alabama 78.5 Ohio 61.7 New Mexico 114.5 Kansas 97.6 South Carolina 344.6
20 Virginia 78.0 Louisiana 61.5 Montana 113.6 South Carolina 96.3 Tennessee 343.9
21 Michigan 77.2 Illinois 61.4 South Carolina 113.2 Georgia 96.2 Idaho 331.9
22 Mississippi 76.8 New Mexico 61.0 Ohio 106.6 Indiana 95.4 Ohio 331.6
23 North Carolina 76.3 Texas 60.7 Maine 105.1 Missouri 94.4 New Mexico 331.0
24 Illinois 76.2 New York 60.6 Wisconsin 101.9 Maine 92.6 Wisconsin 313.4
25 Georgia 76.0 Tennessee 60.5 Tennessee 97.6 West Virginia 90.8 Missouri 312.5
26 Delaware 74.7 West Virginia 60.2 Illinois 95.6 Utah 89.4 Maine 310.5
27 Washington 74.7 North Carolina 60.0 Pennsylvania 95.1 Minnesota 88.3 Illinois 309.3
28 Wisconsin 74.5 Arkansas 59.4 Delaware 91.1 Virginia 87.9 Georgia 305.9
29 Minnesota 74.4 Kentucky 58.0 Washington 85.9 Washington 87.7 Washington 304.9
30 Alaska 74.2 Indiana 57.8 Colorado 82.8 Idaho 83.1 Delaware 299.1
31 Vermont 73.5 Georgia 57.5 Utah 77.6 Ohio 82.2 Virginia 294.7
32 Pennsylvania 72.5 Washington 56.7 Georgia 76.2 Colorado 81.5 Pennsylvania 292.3
33 Maryland 71.6 Colorado 56.1 Michigan 71.7 Florida 80.6 District of Columbia 291.2
34 Colorado 69.0 Utah 56.1 Oregon 63.4 Vermont 80.4 Colorado 289.4
35 Oregon 68.1 South Carolina 56.0 Missouri 59.9 Oregon 80.1 Michigan 283.8
36 Texas 68.1 Mississippi 55.1 Nevada 58.6 California 79.6 Utah 283.3
37 Connecticut 66.8 Idaho 53.9 North Carolina 57.5 New Hampshire 78.5 New Jersey 276.0
38 New Hampshire 65.9 Alabama 53.5 Virginia 53.9 Illinois 76.1 North Carolina 266.6
39 New Jersey 65.2 Arizona 53.4 California 47.4 Pennsylvania 74.7 Oregon 262.2
40 Maine 64.9 Connecticut 51.4 Hawaii 46.6 Wisconsin 74.4 Maryland 244.3
41 Florida 64.5 Florida 50.9 Vermont 37.8 Maryland 74.4 Vermont 238.3
42 Massachusetts 64.2 New Hampshire 50.5 Massachusetts 35.5 Michigan 73.1 Nevada 232.5
43 Arizona 61.0 Oregon 50.5 Arizona 34.2 North Carolina 72.8 New Hampshire 221.6
44 Utah 60.3 Pennsylvania 50.1 New Jersey 31.0 Arizona 72.7 Arizona 221.3
45 District of Columbia 58.0 Maine 47.9 New Hampshire 26.8 Nevada 72.6 Florida 221.0
46 New Mexico 57.7 Vermont 46.5 Maryland 25.0 Massachusetts 69.3 Massachusetts 211.1
47 Nevada 57.4 Nevada 44.0 Florida 25.0 Delaware 68.4 California 208.5
48 Rhode Island 57.1 Massachusetts 42.1 Connecticut 22.4 Connecticut 66.2 Hawaii 207.5
49 New York 54.9 Rhode Island 41.8 Rhode Island 17.9 Rhode Island 58.3 Connecticut 206.8
50 California 40.2 California 41.3 New York 17.8 New York 52.0 New York 185.4
51 Hawaii 25.5 Hawaii 29.5 District of Columbia 4.7 District of Columbia 35.4 Rhode Island 175.0
United States 68.6 United States 57.6 United States 99.2 United States 87.1 United States 312.6
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.