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Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2012
(Million Dollars)

Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2012 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy



Retail
Electricity




Total
Energy e




Coal a


Natural
Gas b
Petroleum Biomass


Total e

Distillate
Fuel Oil


Kerosene


LPG c


Total


Wood d
Alabama 446.8 2.6 0.4 126.9 129.9 27.3 604.1 3,491.4 4,095.5
Alaska 181.1 217.6 1.3 19.6 238.4 12.8 432.3 386.3 818.6
Arizona 550.8 0.7 (s) 111.5 112.1 17.0 680.0 3,718.4 4,398.4
Arkansas 309.6 0.6 0.1 117.3 118.1 39.3 467.0 1,664.7 2,131.7
California 4,368.3 11.0 9.1 780.3 800.5 221.6 5,390.3 13,821.6 19,211.9
Colorado 958.2 2.0 0.1 248.1 250.3 55.3 1,263.8 2,087.9 3,351.7
Connecticut 581.7 1,591.0 2.5 202.4 1,795.9 30.0 2,407.6 2,212.6 4,620.2
Delaware 130.5 58.7 1.7 87.8 148.3 5.3 284.1 614.0 898.1
Dist. of Col. 136.2 31.6 (s) 31.6 0.1 167.9 245.9 413.9
Florida 263.6 2.2 0.6 224.2 227.0 59.8 550.4 12,806.8 13,357.2
Georgia 1,585.1 1.5 0.8 331.1 333.4 49.9 1,968.4 5,996.3 7,964.7
Hawaii 25.4 (s) (s) 81.6 81.6 2.0 109.0 1,022.9 1,132.0
Idaho 197.6 21.8 0.1 73.5 95.4 22.9 316.0 707.2 1,023.1
Illinois 2,980.4 10.3 1.2 430.7 442.2 46.9 3,469.5 5,335.1 8,804.6
Indiana 1,032.8 37.8 3.1 299.1 340.0 40.6 1,413.4 3,469.9 4,883.3
Iowa 528.4 20.1 0.3 334.0 354.4 18.5 901.4 1,513.4 2,414.7
Kansas 510.7 1.2 0.1 156.3 157.5 15.1 683.4 1,551.1 2,234.5
Kentucky 438.8 12.6 3.4 180.5 196.6 57.5 692.9 2,460.7 3,153.6
Louisiana 367.2 0.2 (s) 51.6 51.8 9.7 428.7 2,514.4 2,943.1
Maine 23.7 698.1 26.4 179.7 904.2 72.8 1,000.7 656.8 1,657.5
Maryland 856.1 396.4 5.0 219.8 621.1 40.9 1,518.2 3,424.6 4,942.8
Massachusetts 1,524.4 1,986.6 5.2 230.8 2,222.5 52.0 3,798.9 3,029.3 6,828.2
Michigan 3,005.8 72.2 2.6 632.1 706.9 62.5 3,775.2 4,871.0 8,646.2
Minnesota 874.1 130.1 0.9 398.2 529.2 46.9 1,450.3 2,504.5 3,954.8
Mississippi 187.2 (s) 0.4 149.7 150.1 22.6 359.9 1,846.7 2,206.6
Missouri 1,018.0 7.2 0.7 291.8 299.7 87.5 1,405.3 3,491.8 4,897.1
Montana 153.7 13.5 (s) 136.2 149.6 18.9 322.2 481.8 804.0
Nebraska 271.6 2.8 0.1 134.9 137.7 8.7 418.0 972.3 1,390.3
Nevada 375.9 8.9 0.4 62.3 71.7 10.7 458.3 1,433.8 1,892.2
New Hampshire 88.2 376.6 7.3 304.5 688.4 42.1 818.7 713.4 1,532.1
New Jersey 2,122.3 728.0 1.8 153.8 883.6 55.9 3,061.8 4,523.8 7,585.5
New Mexico 282.6 0.1 (s) 142.6 142.7 41.0 466.3 769.4 1,235.7
New York 4,639.5 3,633.2 61.4 605.6 4,300.2 98.6 9,038.2 8,929.7 17,968.0
North Carolina 688.9 123.8 17.6 454.0 595.3 69.0 1,353.2 5,962.7 7,315.9
North Dakota 71.3 21.8 0.1 118.5 140.4 1.5 213.2 406.3 619.6
Ohio 2,486.1 200.5 7.6 433.7 641.8 71.1 3,199.1 6,148.5 9,347.6
Oklahoma 544.4 1.1 0.2 130.6 131.9 22.6 698.9 2,168.3 2,867.1
Oregon 486.2 59.1 5.5 54.0 118.6 94.6 699.4 1,848.7 2,548.1
Pennsylvania 2,365.8 2,113.4 32.4 540.2 2,686.1 122.8 5,174.7 6,741.6 11,916.3
Rhode Island 227.0 449.8 1.1 32.1 482.9 7.1 717.0 449.6 1,166.6
South Carolina 302.6 17.0 3.4 118.0 138.4 16.1 457.0 3,338.1 3,795.1
South Dakota 90.1 16.8 (s) 92.2 109.0 5.6 204.7 448.4 653.1
Tennessee 535.4 6.5 3.0 134.4 143.9 31.4 710.7 4,015.6 4,726.3
Texas 1,793.3 0.4 0.1 458.1 458.5 50.1 2,301.9 15,087.7 17,389.6
Utah 520.3 4.0 (s) 36.6 40.6 6.2 567.1 912.4 1,479.4
Vermont 50.4 243.1 9.0 175.7 427.8 43.5 521.7 356.3 878.0
Virginia 874.8 326.3 11.8 274.6 612.7 66.3 1,553.8 4,822.9 6,376.7
Washington 948.3 108.0 1.0 205.8 314.7 104.3 1,367.3 3,028.3 4,395.6
West Virginia 242.6 29.8 2.7 93.8 126.3 73.5 442.3 1,102.7 1,545.0
Wisconsin 1,043.4 111.9 1.1 405.1 518.1 68.2 1,629.7 2,905.4 4,535.1
Wyoming 96.8 3.4 (s) 59.6 63.1 6.7 166.6 267.5 434.1

United States
44,384.0 13,913.9 233.6 11,315.4 25,463.0 2,253.5 72,100.5 163,280.5 235,380.9
aConsumption data are no longer collected and are assumed to be zero in the State Energy Data System. — = No consumption.
bNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.05 million dollars.
cLiquefied petroleum gases, includes ethane and olefins. Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
dWood and wood-derived fuels. Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.cfm.
eThere are no direct fuel costs for geothermal, photovoltaic, or solar thermal energy. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.