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Table C11. Energy Consumption by Source and Total Consumption per Capita, Ranked by State, 2010

Table C11. Energy Consumption by Source and Total Consumption per Capita, Ranked by State, 2010


Rank
Coal Natural Gas a Petroleum b Retail Electricity Sales Total Consumption per Capita
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Million Btu
1 Texas 1,608.6 Texas 3,458.9 Texas 5,841.2 Texas 1,223.1 Wyoming 948.1
2 Indiana 1,449.9 California 2,326.3 California 3,569.3 California 882.1 Alaska 898.5
3 Ohio 1,355.4 Louisiana 1,468.3 Louisiana 1,946.2 Florida 788.9 Louisiana 894.4
4 Pennsylvania 1,311.0 New York 1,224.4 Florida 1,804.1 Ohio 525.9 North Dakota 712.6
5 Illinois 1,069.1 Florida 1,180.5 New York 1,371.6 Pennsylvania 508.3 Iowa 489.3
6 Kentucky 1,009.8 Illinois 947.5 Pennsylvania 1,313.0 Illinois 493.9 Texas 466.1
7 West Virginia 847.5 Pennsylvania 889.2 Illinois 1,269.3 New York 493.5 South Dakota 464.9
8 Missouri 801.8 Ohio 809.7 Ohio 1,210.3 Georgia 480.0 Nebraska 461.1
9 Georgia 767.9 Michigan 758.7 New Jersey 1,113.6 North Carolina 465.4 Kentucky 454.7
10 Michigan 749.3 Oklahoma 697.3 Georgia 1,091.3 Virginia 388.3 Indiana 442.3
11 North Carolina 749.1 New Jersey 670.4 North Carolina 861.2 Indiana 361.7 Oklahoma 412.6
12 Alabama 718.7 Indiana 568.5 Virginia 852.6 Michigan 353.7 Alabama 409.5
13 Florida 637.4 Alabama 546.9 Michigan 850.6 Tennessee 353.2 Kansas 407.6
14 Tennessee 515.5 Georgia 541.8 Indiana 787.9 Kentucky 319.3 Montana 405.1
15 Iowa 493.6 Colorado 511.0 Washington 765.7 Alabama 310.0 Mississippi 400.4
16 Wyoming 484.2 Massachusetts 445.3 Tennessee 709.2 Washington 308.4 West Virginia 398.4
17 Wisconsin 458.4 Mississippi 438.1 Missouri 677.2 Missouri 293.7 Arkansas 385.3
18 Arizona 457.9 Minnesota 427.2 Kentucky 644.3 Louisiana 290.3 South Carolina 358.3
19 North Dakota 409.6 Virginia 385.9 Minnesota 633.3 South Carolina 281.4 Tennessee 354.0
20 South Carolina 405.0 Wisconsin 376.6 Massachusetts 605.7 New Jersey 270.2 Minnesota 351.6
21 Colorado 382.6 Arizona 336.6 Alabama 567.6 Arizona 248.5 Idaho 339.7
22 Kansas 360.2 Alaska 335.0 Wisconsin 557.4 Wisconsin 234.6 Ohio 332.3
23 Utah 356.1 Iowa 313.0 Arizona 533.6 Minnesota 231.3 New Mexico 329.2
24 Oklahoma 346.0 North Carolina 308.7 South Carolina 529.2 Maryland 222.9 Georgia 324.9
25 Virginia 345.7 Washington 295.0 Maryland 524.5 Oklahoma 197.4 Missouri 321.6
26 Minnesota 315.3 Kansas 288.0 Oklahoma 504.1 Massachusetts 194.9 Wisconsin 316.3
27 Arkansas 293.7 Missouri 282.1 Colorado 494.6 Colorado 180.6 Virginia 311.8
28 New Mexico 267.5 Arkansas 274.8 Mississippi 432.1 Mississippi 169.5 Maine 306.8
29 Maryland 266.1 Nevada 267.8 Iowa 429.8 Arkansas 164.4 District of Columbia 306.6
30 Louisiana 259.8 Tennessee 260.0 Kansas 393.0 Oregon 157.0 Illinois 306.5
31 Nebraska 254.6 New Mexico 246.1 Oregon 359.0 Iowa 155.1 Washington 302.0
32 Montana 203.3 Oregon 242.9 Arkansas 349.7 Kansas 137.9 Colorado 300.5
33 New York 167.1 Kentucky 239.0 Connecticut 343.4 Nevada 115.2 Pennsylvania 295.6
34 Mississippi 148.5 Utah 229.0 Alaska 276.8 West Virginia 109.3 Delaware 284.7
35 Washington 94.9 South Carolina 225.5 Utah 270.3 Connecticut 103.7 Michigan 283.3
36 Massachusetts 83.8 Maryland 213.8 New Mexico 254.6 Nebraska 101.8 North Carolina 283.0
37 Nevada 80.2 Connecticut 203.8 Nevada 246.0 Utah 95.7 New Jersey 278.1
38 New Jersey 72.0 Nebraska 169.6 Hawaii 238.6 Idaho 77.8 Utah 275.2
39 California 55.0 Wyoming 148.5 Nebraska 222.1 New Mexico 76.5 Maryland 256.0
40 Oregon 42.6 West Virginia 121.8 West Virginia 207.4 Wyoming 58.4 Oregon 254.6
41 South Dakota 39.1 Rhode Island 95.7 Maine 201.1 Montana 45.8 Nevada 238.9
42 New Hampshire 33.8 Idaho 85.1 Montana 171.1 North Dakota 44.2 Vermont 235.9
43 Delaware 30.3 Maine 81.0 Idaho 168.0 District of Columbia 40.5 Florida 232.6
44 Connecticut 28.7 Montana 72.9 Wyoming 167.6 Delaware 39.6 New Hampshire 224.4
45 Hawaii 17.1 South Dakota 71.9 New Hampshire 157.9 Maine 39.3 Arizona 218.2
46 Alaska 14.5 North Dakota 70.0 North Dakota 152.6 South Dakota 38.7 Massachusetts 213.1
47 Idaho 8.5 New Hampshire 62.6 South Dakota 118.5 New Hampshire 37.2 Connecticut 210.9
48 Maine 2.3 Delaware 56.1 Rhode Island 96.3 Hawaii 34.2 California 209.6
49 District of Columbia 0.1 District of Columbia 33.8 Delaware 94.0 Rhode Island 26.6 Hawaii 199.6
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 8.5 Vermont 81.8 Alaska 21.3 New York 192.2
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 2.7 District of Columbia 21.5 Vermont 19.1 Rhode Island 187.4
United States 20,869.1 United States 24,314.0 United States 37,081.7 United States 12,810.3 United States 315.9
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas.
bPetroleum products that are consumed; includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
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.