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Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2013

Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2013


Rank
Coal Natural Gas a Petroleum b Retail Electricity Sales
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,597.4 Texas 4,137.4 Texas 6,259.5 Texas 1,292.5
2 Indiana 1,198.6 California 2,483.5 California 3,370.7 California 892.3
3 Pennsylvania 1,126.1 Louisiana 1,501.1 Louisiana 1,714.7 Florida 757.2
4 Ohio 1,104.5 New York 1,321.6 Florida 1,592.7 Ohio 512.8
5 Illinois 1,026.9 Florida 1,245.2 New York 1,280.2 New York 504.6
6 Kentucky 914.8 Pennsylvania 1,146.6 Illinois 1,234.4 Pennsylvania 499.0
7 Missouri 806.5 Illinois 1,073.9 Pennsylvania 1,208.8 Illinois 483.8
8 West Virginia 771.2 Ohio 946.4 Ohio 1,168.0 Georgia 445.3
9 Michigan 658.2 Michigan 832.1 New Jersey 1,002.7 North Carolina 442.8
10 Alabama 565.1 New Jersey 713.4 Georgia 918.4 Virginia 377.1
11 Wyoming 520.7 Oklahoma 683.1 Michigan 862.4 Indiana 359.9
12 Florida 505.2 Indiana 683.1 North Carolina 823.5 Michigan 351.6
13 North Carolina 493.8 Georgia 635.5 Virginia 816.6 Tennessee 330.8
14 Arizona 454.9 Alabama 628.5 Indiana 784.7 Washington 316.9
15 Wisconsin 454.6 Colorado 486.2 Washington 731.4 Alabama 299.8
16 Georgia 426.2 Minnesota 478.8 Tennessee 688.6 Louisiana 292.8
17 Iowa 402.4 Massachusetts 454.5 Missouri 632.1 Kentucky 289.2
18 Tennessee 399.8 Wisconsin 450.2 Minnesota 608.9 Missouri 284.6
19 North Dakota 393.2 North Carolina 445.0 Kentucky 588.9 South Carolina 268.2
20 Colorado 363.5 Virginia 433.7 Massachusetts 571.1 Arizona 258.2
21 Utah 355.2 Mississippi 428.4 Oklahoma 532.8 New Jersey 254.7
22 Oklahoma 335.9 Arizona 340.6 Alabama 530.0 Wisconsin 235.9
23 Arkansas 327.1 Iowa 335.6 Wisconsin 525.6 Minnesota 234.2
24 Kansas 326.8 Alaska 333.0 Arizona 514.0 Maryland 211.2
25 Nebraska 293.0 Washington 328.0 South Carolina 503.7 Oklahoma 204.5
26 Virginia 290.5 Kansas 289.0 Maryland 487.5 Massachusetts 188.6
27 Minnesota 267.7 Arkansas 288.2 Colorado 474.3 Colorado 182.3
28 South Carolina 257.3 Tennessee 286.1 Mississippi 434.2 Mississippi 166.4
29 New Mexico 256.4 Nevada 282.3 Iowa 427.1 Oregon 162.6
30 Louisiana 228.1 Missouri 281.5 Kansas 414.2 Iowa 159.5
31 Maryland 183.2 Utah 258.9 Oregon 339.5 Arkansas 159.3
32 Montana 166.1 New Mexico 253.0 Arkansas 329.7 Kansas 136.0
33 Mississippi 97.8 Oregon 244.3 Connecticut 319.6 Nevada 120.1
34 Washington 75.0 Connecticut 240.1 Utah 290.2 West Virginia 107.1
35 New York 68.7 South Carolina 236.9 New Mexico 257.5 Nebraska 104.8
36 Nevada 64.8 Kentucky 236.1 Alaska 242.6 Utah 104.0
37 Massachusetts 42.2 Maryland 209.4 Nebraska 239.0 Connecticut 101.8
38 Oregon 38.9 Nebraska 179.6 Hawaii 236.0 Idaho 82.5
39 California 38.2 Wyoming 156.2 Nevada 227.1 New Mexico 78.7
40 South Dakota 34.2 West Virginia 151.3 North Dakota 221.6 Wyoming 58.2
41 New Jersey 25.9 Idaho 107.1 West Virginia 191.1 North Dakota 54.7
42 Delaware 18.3 Delaware 100.7 Maine 188.6 Montana 47.9
43 New Hampshire 16.8 North Dakota 88.7 Montana 172.6 South Dakota 41.7
44 Hawaii 15.3 Rhode Island 88.6 Idaho 163.6 Maine 40.4
45 Alaska 14.8 South Dakota 84.5 Wyoming 161.7 Delaware 38.7
46 Idaho 8.0 Montana 82.3 New Hampshire 147.1 District of Columbia 37.8
47 Connecticut 7.7 Maine 65.9 South Dakota 117.4 New Hampshire 37.7
48 Maine 1.7 New Hampshire 55.6 Delaware 98.8 Hawaii 32.4
49 District of Columbia (s) District of Columbia 33.8 Rhode Island 80.9 Rhode Island 26.5
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 9.7 Vermont 77.7 Alaska 21.4
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 2.9 District of Columbia 15.7 Vermont 19.1
United States 18,038.8 United States 26,858.0 United States 35,820.0 United States 12,710.0
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas.
bPetroleum products that are consumed; include fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.05 trillion Btu.
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.