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Table C12. Total Energy Consumption Estimates, Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy
Consumption Estimates per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2014

Table C12. Total Energy Consumption Estimates, Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy Consumption Estimates per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2014



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

State

Trillion Btu

State
Billion
Chained (2009) Dollars

State
Thousand Btu
per Chained (2009) Dollar
1 Texas 12,899.5 California 2,103.0 Louisiana 20.0
2 California 7,620.1 Texas 1,457.2 Wyoming 14.2
3 Louisiana 4,279.4 New York 1,256.5 North Dakota 12.9
4 Florida 4,121.7 Florida 769.2 Alaska 12.4
5 Illinois 4,042.3 Illinois 669.4 Mississippi 12.2
6 Pennsylvania 3,902.4 Pennsylvania 603.7 West Virginia 11.2
7 Ohio 3,809.6 Ohio 523.3 Alabama 10.7
8 New York 3,742.9 New Jersey 505.0 Kentucky 10.4
9 Indiana 2,931.6 North Carolina 437.7 Oklahoma 10.3
10 Michigan 2,881.5 Georgia 433.8 Montana 10.3
11 Georgia 2,851.0 Virginia 426.5 Indiana 10.2
12 North Carolina 2,554.8 Massachusetts 419.0 Arkansas 10.2
13 Virginia 2,430.2 Michigan 414.1 Iowa 10.1
14 New Jersey 2,340.2 Washington 386.3 South Dakota 9.7
15 Tennessee 2,194.5 Maryland 319.5 South Carolina 9.4
16 Washington 2,011.9 Minnesota 289.1 Idaho 9.1
17 Alabama 1,958.2 Indiana 288.2 Texas 8.9
18 Minnesota 1,912.1 Colorado 279.4 Nebraska 8.7
19 Missouri 1,903.8 Tennessee 272.3 Kansas 8.7
20 Wisconsin 1,868.9 Wisconsin 265.5 Maine 8.3
21 Kentucky 1,770.7 Arizona 263.4 New Mexico 8.2
22 Oklahoma 1,679.9 Missouri 255.1 Tennessee 8.1
23 South Carolina 1,632.1 Connecticut 228.9 Missouri 7.5
24 Iowa 1,541.9 Louisiana 214.3 Ohio 7.3
25 Colorado 1,477.2 Oregon 200.8 Wisconsin 7.0
26 Massachusetts 1,437.6 Alabama 182.5 Michigan 7.0
27 Arizona 1,422.6 South Carolina 173.5 Minnesota 6.6
28 Maryland 1,400.6 Kentucky 170.9 Georgia 6.6
29 Mississippi 1,155.5 Oklahoma 162.4 Pennsylvania 6.5
30 Kansas 1,132.4 Iowa 152.6 Utah 6.3
31 Arkansas 1,114.4 Kansas 130.6 Illinois 6.0
32 Oregon 987.1 Utah 126.6 North Carolina 5.8
33 Nebraska 864.3 Nevada 123.7 Virginia 5.7
34 Utah 798.0 Arkansas 109.7 Arizona 5.4
35 West Virginia 752.9 District of Columbia 105.8 Florida 5.4
36 Connecticut 750.0 Nebraska 98.8 Nevada 5.3
37 New Mexico 679.1 Mississippi 94.6 Colorado 5.3
38 Nevada 660.3 New Mexico 82.8 Washington 5.2
39 North Dakota 640.1 Hawaii 69.4 Vermont 5.2
40 Alaska 603.1 West Virginia 67.3 Oregon 4.9
41 Wyoming 535.6 New Hampshire 65.0 Delaware 4.8
42 Idaho 519.9 Idaho 57.3 New Hampshire 4.8
43 Maine 410.5 Delaware 56.9 New Jersey 4.6
44 Montana 403.4 Rhode Island 49.9 Maryland 4.4
45 South Dakota 391.9 Maine 49.7 Rhode Island 4.1
46 New Hampshire 310.1 North Dakota 49.5 Hawaii 4.0
47 Hawaii 281.2 Alaska 48.6 California 3.6
48 Delaware 274.0 South Dakota 40.5 Massachusetts 3.4
49 Rhode Island 204.5 Montana 39.3 Connecticut 3.3
50 District of Columbia 178.9 Wyoming 37.6 New York 3.0
51 Vermont 139.9 Vermont 26.9 District of Columbia 1.7
United States 98,385.2 United States 15,961.7 United States 6.2
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.