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Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2011
(Million Dollars)

Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2011 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy



Retail
Electricity




Total
Energy f



Coal


Natural
Gas a
Petroleum Biomass


Total f
Distillate
Fuel Oil

Kerosene

LPG b
Motor
Gasoline c
Residual
Fuel Oil

Total d
Wood and
Waste e
Alabama 310.9 164.6 0.3 63.1 6.3 234.3 4.0 549.2 2,331.4 2,880.6
Alaska 36.0 146.0 268.7 3.1 14.9 21.0 307.8 1.8 491.7 430.9 922.6
Arizona 326.0 168.7 0.1 36.7 17.7 223.1 2.6 551.7 2,802.8 3,354.5
Arkansas 355.9 86.2 (s) 28.7 10.2 125.1 5.8 486.7 911.1 1,397.8
California 2,038.0 1,205.8 4.6 216.1 40.6 1,467.2 49.6 3,554.8 16,018.1 19,572.9
Colorado 8.2 437.8 138.1 0.5 62.7 6.1 207.4 8.0 661.4 1,878.0 2,539.4
Connecticut 380.2 325.3 1.5 92.5 6.2 0.8 426.2 4.3 810.7 2,037.9 2,848.6
Delaware 142.3 23.7 0.3 26.6 1.0 51.6 0.8 194.7 453.2 647.8
Dist. of Col. 0.2 206.8 16.4 0.1 (s) 41.8 58.3 (s) 265.2 1,157.0 1,422.2
Florida 607.8 350.1 1.9 180.1 132.4 1.2 665.7 9.4 1,282.9 9,039.8 10,322.6
Georgia 1.1 594.9 148.4 3.3 81.5 9.7 242.9 7.6 846.5 4,631.3 5,477.8
Hawaii 80.6 42.3 (s) 59.9 2.1 104.4 4.2 189.1 1,090.4 1,279.5
Idaho 0.5 136.4 62.2 0.1 22.6 3.5 0.3 88.7 3.3 228.8 382.9 611.7
Illinois 9.1 1,783.0 130.5 0.8 62.5 27.1 1.9 222.8 6.8 2,021.7 4,361.2 6,382.9
Indiana 25.5 611.0 78.0 1.5 67.3 90.8 237.6 11.5 885.6 2,115.5 3,001.2
Iowa 16.4 391.7 95.2 0.3 67.1 308.2 471.1 3.6 882.8 949.3 1,832.1
Kansas 285.5 39.2 0.2 27.1 7.7 (s) 74.2 2.2 361.9 1,370.4 1,732.3
Kentucky 4.9 302.6 54.7 0.9 43.6 6.3 105.5 8.3 421.4 1,589.3 2,010.7
Louisiana 242.8 134.7 0.1 23.0 6.0 163.8 1.4 408.0 2,050.4 2,458.4
Maine 77.1 352.0 6.2 147.3 2.9 22.6 531.0 13.3 621.3 493.9 1,115.2
Maryland 2.1 694.6 197.9 3.7 87.0 5.0 0.5 294.0 10.5 1,001.3 3,467.9 4,469.2
Massachusetts 946.9 523.1 1.0 67.2 21.5 39.0 651.8 7.5 1,606.2 2,546.8 4,152.9
Michigan 20.5 1,495.0 175.9 1.5 56.0 11.3 9.7 254.4 16.6 1,786.5 3,989.0 5,775.4
Minnesota 2.6 703.9 150.2 0.5 67.4 94.6 13.1 325.8 7.6 1,040.0 1,929.9 2,969.9
Mississippi 161.8 92.2 0.1 51.8 4.5 148.6 3.3 313.6 1,302.2 1,615.8
Missouri 9.3 622.4 62.6 0.5 72.8 8.0 143.9 12.7 788.2 2,490.9 3,279.1
Montana 0.5 193.4 16.3 0.1 24.8 2.2 0.4 43.7 2.7 240.4 446.0 686.3
Nebraska 214.8 27.5 0.1 12.1 11.6 51.3 1.5 267.6 729.8 997.5
Nevada 248.3 51.4 0.2 16.2 2.5 0.9 71.1 1.6 320.9 814.4 1,135.4
New Hampshire 101.9 153.1 1.7 107.4 7.7 25.1 295.0 6.1 402.9 628.8 1,031.8
New Jersey 1,824.1 350.4 2.3 46.1 9.5 14.0 422.2 13.5 2,259.8 5,267.6 7,527.4
New Mexico 174.7 33.0 (s) 30.3 3.0 66.3 5.9 247.0 840.1 1,087.1
New York 0.6 2,713.2 1,467.9 26.8 184.9 27.4 776.0 2,483.0 17.3 5,214.1 12,079.4 17,293.5
North Carolina 20.8 481.0 210.3 4.1 182.8 55.3 0.1 452.6 10.0 964.5 3,779.9 4,744.4
North Dakota 4.3 76.8 146.7 0.1 34.3 1.9 1.9 185.0 0.2 266.3 370.1 636.4
Ohio 23.7 1,380.0 319.8 2.0 86.0 14.4 0.5 422.7 10.3 1,836.8 4,534.9 6,371.7
Oklahoma 361.1 74.0 0.6 34.2 20.9 129.7 3.3 494.1 1,489.9 1,984.0
Oregon 291.4 70.7 1.9 32.9 4.8 2.8 113.2 14.1 418.7 1,284.3 1,703.0
Pennsylvania 22.5 1,471.0 514.7 5.7 218.8 13.4 4.6 757.1 20.7 2,271.4 4,365.4 6,636.8
Rhode Island 144.5 79.0 0.1 10.2 1.5 4.9 95.7 1.0 241.3 452.7 694.0
South Carolina 214.1 77.2 0.7 64.1 4.8 0.1 146.9 2.3 363.3 2,007.5 2,370.8
South Dakota 77.5 31.9 (s) 20.4 1.7 (s) 54.1 0.8 132.4 344.9 477.2
Tennessee 8.9 471.5 145.6 1.2 58.6 7.8 213.1 4.6 698.1 2,980.0 3,678.1
Texas 1.1 1,304.1 639.4 2.8 168.5 42.5 4.5 857.7 7.9 2,170.9 11,315.4 13,486.3
Utah 285.1 73.8 0.1 48.1 3.8 125.7 0.9 411.8 775.4 1,187.2
Vermont 29.5 98.1 1.4 85.9 1.0 5.8 192.2 6.8 228.5 281.1 509.6
Virginia 10.6 622.9 158.9 4.0 155.5 15.8 1.2 335.5 15.9 984.9 3,742.9 4,727.8
Washington 587.5 168.5 0.6 66.5 16.0 (s) 251.6 15.1 854.2 2,203.3 3,057.5
West Virginia 232.5 58.8 0.5 20.6 4.2 84.0 10.6 327.2 632.5 959.7
Wisconsin 15.3 698.9 116.3 0.5 68.8 8.2 193.9 10.2 918.3 2,403.0 3,321.3
Wyoming 1.3 85.1 52.3 (s) 32.5 84.9 169.7 1.0 257.1 335.8 593.0

United States
246.2 28,367.0 10,222.4 90.6 3,535.8 1,259.2 931.9 16,040.3 390.9 45,044.5 135,926.5 180,970.9
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural
gas.
— = No consumption.
bLiquefied petroleum gases. Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.05 million dollars.
cMotor gasoline as it is consumed; includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Notes: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding. · The commercial sector
includes commercial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and commercial electricity-only plants.
dIncludes small amounts of petroleum coke not shown separately. Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.cfm.
eWood, wood-derived fuels, and biomass waste. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.
fThere are no direct fuel costs for hydroelectric, geothermal, wind, photovoltaic, or solar thermal energy.