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Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2014

Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2014


Rank
Coal Natural Gas a Petroleum b Retail Electricity Sales
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,586.0 Texas 4,219.1 Texas 6,054.2 Texas 1,329.6
2 Indiana 1,221.5 California 2,417.5 California 3,371.6 California 895.9
3 Ohio 1,057.4 Louisiana 1,563.9 Louisiana 2,052.4 Florida 771.4
4 Pennsylvania 1,039.2 New York 1,386.6 Florida 1,610.8 Ohio 514.1
5 Illinois 1,017.9 Pennsylvania 1,257.1 New York 1,342.0 New York 502.8
6 Kentucky 913.5 Florida 1,246.7 Pennsylvania 1,230.1 Pennsylvania 500.5
7 West Virginia 816.5 Illinois 1,116.4 Illinois 1,220.3 Illinois 482.9
8 Missouri 780.7 Ohio 1,045.0 Ohio 1,147.8 Georgia 463.3
9 Michigan 618.5 Michigan 878.7 New Jersey 1,005.6 North Carolina 454.2
10 Alabama 575.9 New Jersey 798.6 Georgia 872.5 Virginia 382.5
11 Florida 557.9 Indiana 727.8 Michigan 870.8 Indiana 364.9
12 North Carolina 501.6 Georgia 666.8 North Carolina 832.4 Michigan 352.5
13 Wyoming 489.3 Oklahoma 665.8 Virginia 818.0 Tennessee 341.9
14 Georgia 482.7 Alabama 651.5 Indiana 789.2 Washington 314.4
15 Arizona 447.8 Colorado 499.7 Washington 715.9 Louisiana 309.2
16 Tennessee 427.5 Minnesota 489.9 Tennessee 698.9 Alabama 308.8
17 Wisconsin 417.1 Wisconsin 477.9 Missouri 635.7 Missouri 286.2
18 Iowa 401.2 North Carolina 460.9 Minnesota 607.8 South Carolina 278.5
19 North Dakota 399.2 Mississippi 440.0 Kentucky 597.3 Kentucky 269.0
20 Colorado 350.5 Virginia 437.3 Massachusetts 571.2 Arizona 260.3
21 Utah 344.1 Massachusetts 433.2 Wisconsin 564.8 New Jersey 252.0
22 Arkansas 339.2 Iowa 342.4 Oklahoma 556.2 Wisconsin 237.1
23 Oklahoma 336.1 Alaska 329.6 Alabama 519.7 Minnesota 234.5
24 Kansas 316.6 Washington 319.8 Arizona 515.0 Maryland 210.5
25 Minnesota 313.1 Arizona 315.4 South Carolina 500.9 Oklahoma 210.1
26 South Carolina 305.7 Tennessee 312.0 Maryland 484.5 Massachusetts 185.8
27 Virginia 278.2 Missouri 301.4 Colorado 483.0 Colorado 182.2
28 Nebraska 276.5 Kansas 289.7 Mississippi 440.1 Mississippi 168.6
29 New Mexico 215.3 Arkansas 274.8 Iowa 439.7 Oregon 161.5
30 Louisiana 210.0 Kentucky 261.2 Kansas 368.1 Iowa 161.1
31 Maryland 201.2 Nevada 259.4 Oregon 339.4 Arkansas 160.6
32 Montana 175.4 New Mexico 256.1 Arkansas 338.0 Kansas 138.4
33 Mississippi 116.5 Utah 252.7 Connecticut 322.2 Nevada 119.7
34 Nevada 79.2 Connecticut 240.6 Utah 286.2 West Virginia 111.6
35 Washington 76.5 South Carolina 235.9 New Mexico 246.5 Nebraska 103.1
36 New York 64.7 Oregon 225.6 Nebraska 242.6 Utah 102.5
37 California 39.5 Maryland 217.4 North Dakota 242.4 Connecticut 100.2
38 Oregon 34.2 Nebraska 179.5 Nevada 237.5 Idaho 79.3
39 South Dakota 33.1 West Virginia 161.7 Hawaii 236.6 New Mexico 78.9
40 New Jersey 30.7 Wyoming 141.8 Alaska 235.6 North Dakota 62.2
41 Massachusetts 29.9 Delaware 106.9 Maine 194.4 Wyoming 58.5
42 Alaska 18.2 Idaho 94.3 West Virginia 191.5 Montana 48.1
43 Hawaii 17.2 Rhode Island 91.3 Wyoming 175.3 South Dakota 42.2
44 New Hampshire 14.9 North Dakota 90.6 Montana 172.8 Maine 41.0
45 Delaware 10.2 South Dakota 83.5 Idaho 163.8 Delaware 38.7
46 Connecticut 9.1 Montana 79.3 New Hampshire 157.7 District of Columbia 38.2
47 Idaho 7.5 Maine 62.4 South Dakota 117.7 New Hampshire 37.3
48 Maine 2.1 New Hampshire 58.8 Delaware 100.3 Hawaii 32.3
49 District of Columbia (s) District of Columbia 35.3 Rhode Island 90.7 Rhode Island 26.1
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 10.8 Vermont 82.0 Alaska 21.0
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 2.8 District of Columbia 20.7 Vermont 19.0
United States 17,996.6 United States 27,513.2 United States 36,110.3 United States 12,845.2
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.