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Table C12. Total Energy Consumption, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy Consumption per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2012

Table C12. Total Energy Consumption, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy Consumption per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2012



Rank
Total Energy Consumption Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Energy Consumption per Real Dollar of GDP

State

Trillion Btu

State
Billion
Chained (2005) Dollars

State
Thousand Btu
per Chained (2005) Dollar
1 Texas 12,281.9 California 1,751.0 Louisiana 19.7
2 California 7,640.7 Texas 1,211.7 Wyoming 17.5
3 Florida 4,064.9 New York 1,038.5 North Dakota 14.3
4 Louisiana 3,908.6 Florida 672.3 Alaska 14.2
5 Illinois 3,863.8 Illinois 594.2 Mississippi 13.1
6 Ohio 3,686.4 Pennsylvania 511.3 West Virginia 12.8
7 Pennsylvania 3,630.8 New Jersey 438.2 Kentucky 12.7
8 New York 3,513.4 Ohio 435.1 Alabama 12.1
9 Georgia 2,790.8 North Carolina 392.9 Montana 11.7
10 Indiana 2,785.6 Virginia 385.8 Oklahoma 11.3
11 Michigan 2,704.5 Georgia 374.0 Arkansas 11.3
12 North Carolina 2,482.9 Massachusetts 353.7 Iowa 11.2
13 Virginia 2,355.6 Michigan 348.9 Indiana 10.9
14 New Jersey 2,271.9 Washington 325.2 South Dakota 10.5
15 Tennessee 2,097.2 Maryland 274.9 South Carolina 10.4
16 Washington 2,056.7 Indiana 255.4 Nebraska 10.3
17 Alabama 1,904.7 Minnesota 253.0 Idaho 10.2
18 Kentucky 1,870.6 Tennessee 240.5 Texas 10.1
19 Minnesota 1,824.3 Colorado 239.9 New Mexico 9.7
20 Missouri 1,812.6 Arizona 230.6 Kansas 9.5
21 Wisconsin 1,733.9 Wisconsin 225.1 Tennessee 8.7
22 South Carolina 1,571.2 Missouri 221.7 Ohio 8.5
23 Oklahoma 1,568.8 Louisiana 198.5 Maine 8.2
24 Colorado 1,452.4 Connecticut 197.2 Missouri 8.2
25 Iowa 1,449.6 Oregon 187.4 Michigan 7.8
26 Arizona 1,407.0 Alabama 157.3 Wisconsin 7.7
27 Maryland 1,386.4 South Carolina 150.6 Georgia 7.5
28 Massachusetts 1,386.0 Kentucky 146.8 Minnesota 7.2
29 Mississippi 1,133.4 Oklahoma 138.3 Pennsylvania 7.1
30 Kansas 1,126.6 Iowa 129.8 Utah 7.1
31 Arkansas 1,064.3 Kansas 118.5 Illinois 6.5
32 Oregon 985.9 Nevada 113.2 Washington 6.3
33 Nebraska 860.6 Utah 111.8 North Carolina 6.3
34 Utah 792.2 Arkansas 93.9 Virginia 6.1
35 Connecticut 730.3 District of Columbia 92.1 Arizona 6.1
36 West Virginia 722.7 Mississippi 86.4 Colorado 6.1
37 New Mexico 687.0 Nebraska 83.4 Florida 6.0
38 Nevada 640.0 New Mexico 70.7 Nevada 5.7
39 Alaska 637.3 Hawaii 61.9 Vermont 5.4
40 North Dakota 552.9 New Hampshire 56.7 Oregon 5.3
41 Wyoming 546.9 West Virginia 56.4 New Jersey 5.2
42 Idaho 519.2 Delaware 56.1 Maryland 5.0
43 Montana 391.7 Idaho 51.0 New Hampshire 5.0
44 Maine 379.1 Maine 46.0 Delaware 4.9
45 South Dakota 376.4 Alaska 44.7 Hawaii 4.5
46 New Hampshire 283.9 Rhode Island 43.8 California 4.4
47 Hawaii 280.3 North Dakota 38.7 Rhode Island 4.1
48 Delaware 273.6 South Dakota 36.0 Massachusetts 3.9
49 Rhode Island 181.6 Montana 33.4 Connecticut 3.7
50 District of Columbia 169.3 Wyoming 31.3 New York 3.4
51 Vermont 128.9 Vermont 23.9 District of Columbia 1.8
United States 94,970.9 United States 13,593.2 United States 7.0
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.