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Table C11. Energy Consumption by Source, Ranked by State, 2012

Table C11. Energy Consumption by Source, Ranked by State, 2012


Rank
Coal Natural Gas a Petroleum b Retail Electricity Sales
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,498.9 Texas 3,992.0 Texas 6,015.3 Texas 1,247.0
2 Indiana 1,192.9 California 2,456.3 California 3,384.3 California 885.8
3 Pennsylvania 1,093.3 Louisiana 1,576.0 Louisiana 1,740.5 Florida 752.9
4 Ohio 1,018.8 Florida 1,348.4 Florida 1,594.6 Ohio 520.2
5 Illinois 969.2 New York 1,261.0 New York 1,321.6 Pennsylvania 493.7
6 Kentucky 909.7 Pennsylvania 1,079.5 Illinois 1,210.8 Illinois 489.8
7 Missouri 768.4 Illinois 948.5 Pennsylvania 1,209.1 New York 488.5
8 West Virginia 759.1 Ohio 869.9 Ohio 1,169.3 Georgia 446.9
9 Michigan 621.6 Michigan 803.6 New Jersey 1,011.7 North Carolina 437.0
10 Alabama 546.2 Oklahoma 712.8 Georgia 952.5 Virginia 367.8
11 North Carolina 534.6 Alabama 682.0 Virginia 827.5 Indiana 358.9
12 Wyoming 490.1 New Jersey 671.0 Michigan 823.0 Michigan 357.6
13 Florida 483.0 Indiana 658.0 North Carolina 790.8 Tennessee 328.9
14 Georgia 435.5 Georgia 625.0 Washington 770.3 Washington 315.2
15 Tennessee 423.1 Mississippi 479.9 Indiana 753.9 Kentucky 303.8
16 Iowa 422.6 Colorado 460.7 Tennessee 693.0 Alabama 294.1
17 Arizona 420.6 Massachusetts 430.9 Missouri 645.7 Louisiana 289.1
18 North Dakota 406.3 Minnesota 427.5 Minnesota 627.6 Missouri 281.3
19 Wisconsin 373.3 Virginia 424.1 Kentucky 614.4 South Carolina 265.4
20 Colorado 370.1 Wisconsin 410.3 Alabama 557.8 New Jersey 256.5
21 Oklahoma 327.5 North Carolina 367.9 Massachusetts 555.5 Arizona 256.1
22 Utah 322.3 Alaska 347.2 Oklahoma 547.4 Wisconsin 234.8
23 Kansas 307.5 Arizona 339.1 Wisconsin 527.2 Minnesota 232.0
24 South Carolina 298.6 Arkansas 300.2 Arizona 517.4 Maryland 211.0
25 Arkansas 296.2 Iowa 299.3 South Carolina 496.8 Oklahoma 202.5
26 Nebraska 272.6 Nevada 281.4 Maryland 486.9 Massachusetts 188.7
27 New Mexico 263.1 Tennessee 281.2 Colorado 481.5 Colorado 183.2
28 Minnesota 257.9 Washington 271.7 Mississippi 431.4 Mississippi 165.1
29 Louisiana 238.8 Kansas 267.9 Iowa 416.2 Arkansas 159.9
30 Virginia 222.2 Missouri 258.9 Kansas 398.8 Oregon 159.3
31 Maryland 192.4 South Carolina 250.5 Oregon 346.2 Iowa 156.0
32 Montana 157.4 New Mexico 250.5 Arkansas 331.2 Kansas 137.5
33 Mississippi 82.5 Connecticut 236.3 Connecticut 315.5 Nevada 120.0
34 New York 72.3 Utah 232.6 Utah 283.6 Nebraska 105.2
35 Nevada 52.9 Kentucky 231.3 New Mexico 259.6 West Virginia 105.1
36 California 43.8 Oregon 220.6 Alaska 257.0 Utah 101.4
37 Washington 42.8 Maryland 216.7 Hawaii 242.3 Connecticut 100.8
38 South Dakota 35.6 Nebraska 161.8 Nebraska 241.7 Idaho 81.0
39 Oregon 28.1 Wyoming 158.6 Nevada 221.7 New Mexico 79.1
40 New Jersey 25.6 West Virginia 140.0 North Dakota 204.8 Wyoming 57.9
41 Massachusetts 24.0 Delaware 104.4 West Virginia 191.5 North Dakota 50.2
42 Delaware 17.4 Rhode Island 98.4 Maine 177.4 Montana 47.3
43 Hawaii 16.6 Idaho 90.3 Montana 172.0 South Dakota 40.0
44 Alaska 15.5 North Dakota 77.5 Wyoming 171.7 Maine 39.4
45 New Hampshire 14.2 Montana 75.2 Idaho 162.0 Delaware 39.3
46 Connecticut 9.3 New Hampshire 74.4 New Hampshire 142.9 District of Columbia 38.4
47 Idaho 5.2 South Dakota 71.5 South Dakota 121.7 New Hampshire 37.1
48 Maine 1.3 Maine 70.5 Delaware 102.7 Hawaii 32.9
49 District of Columbia 0.1 District of Columbia 29.4 Rhode Island 80.3 Rhode Island 26.3
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 8.3 Vermont 76.0 Alaska 21.9
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 2.8 District of Columbia 16.6 Vermont 18.8
United States 17,380.7 United States 26,133.6 United States 35,691.4 United States 12,608.5
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.