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Table E13. Transportation Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2011
(Million Dollars)

Table E13. Transportation Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2011 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy



Retail
Electricity




Total
Energy



Coal


Natural
Gas
Petroleum


Total

Aviation
Gasoline

Distillate
Fuel Oil
Jet
Fuel a

LPG b

Lubricants
Motor
Gasoline c

Residual
Fuel Oil


Total
Alabama 1.4 11.1 3,374.6 304.0 9.6 159.7 8,578.2 73.3 12,510.5 12,511.9 12,511.9
Alaska 0.2 25.3 1,375.6 2,733.2 0.2 30.9 1,040.7 7.6 5,213.6 5,213.8 5,213.8
Arizona 17.5 32.7 3,205.0 491.8 21.3 114.0 8,580.1 12,444.9 12,462.4 12,462.4
Arkansas 0.2 12.9 2,715.9 133.0 11.9 142.0 4,684.4 7,700.1 7,700.3 (s) 7,700.3
California 111.8 60.5 12,327.6 12,374.8 102.4 921.6 53,144.0 3,909.9 82,840.8 82,952.6 67.2 83,019.9
Colorado 2.7 20.4 2,308.2 1,306.2 8.2 132.3 7,003.6 10,779.0 10,781.7 4.9 10,786.6
Connecticut 0.9 13.2 1,152.7 202.3 6.4 81.3 5,165.7 6.2 6,627.9 6,628.8 19.0 6,647.7
Delaware (s) 8.3 227.5 12.5 0.3 20.9 1,463.9 0.5 1,733.7 1,733.8 1,733.8
Dist. of Col. 4.1 0.1 63.2 0.2 17.7 385.2 466.4 470.6 32.5 503.0
Florida 0.3 72.2 6,032.4 4,603.0 30.6 264.6 27,027.2 1,215.9 39,245.9 39,246.2 7.5 39,253.8
Georgia 5.7 19.3 4,744.6 2,239.5 36.6 203.0 15,097.8 1,066.6 23,407.5 23,413.3 13.5 23,426.8
Hawaii 5.6 658.4 1,407.1 1.4 24.5 1,931.6 102.0 4,130.4 4,130.4 4,130.4
Idaho 0.3 11.2 1,187.1 83.8 5.4 45.4 2,287.5 3,620.4 3,620.6 3,620.6
Illinois 3.8 18.3 6,391.5 3,244.9 59.2 497.6 15,963.5 26,175.0 26,178.9 35.2 26,214.0
Indiana 0.4 15.3 5,062.1 1,147.7 24.2 227.5 9,815.6 14.7 16,307.1 16,307.5 2.0 16,309.5
Iowa 10.5 2,710.2 86.6 23.0 171.5 5,399.1 8,400.8 8,400.8 8,400.8
Kansas 0.1 24.4 2,195.9 377.6 8.2 198.3 4,272.6 7,077.0 7,077.2 7,077.2
Kentucky (s) 5.1 3,755.7 1,270.2 16.8 170.3 7,390.4 12,608.5 12,608.6 12,608.6
Louisiana 0.1 15.4 5,292.8 2,402.5 7.1 236.9 7,538.6 620.0 16,113.3 16,113.4 0.9 16,114.3
Maine (s) 8.5 766.8 168.1 1.6 43.3 2,341.0 49.9 3,379.1 3,379.1 3,379.1
Maryland 1.2 6.6 2,180.6 345.3 8.4 101.9 9,132.0 27.0 11,801.9 11,803.0 49.4 11,852.4
Massachusetts 3.5 8.4 1,839.8 908.9 3.4 152.3 9,566.9 19.3 12,499.0 12,502.5 21.9 12,524.4
Michigan 2.3 17.7 3,276.9 407.9 39.4 485.6 14,916.9 22.7 19,167.1 19,169.4 0.5 19,169.9
Minnesota 0.2 15.1 2,766.5 1,209.3 14.1 261.6 8,514.0 7.0 12,787.6 12,787.8 1.6 12,789.4
Mississippi (s) 11.0 2,539.3 788.4 5.0 103.4 5,275.6 60.3 8,783.1 8,783.1 8,783.1
Missouri (s) 15.3 4,170.0 458.6 34.0 306.4 10,192.4 15,176.7 15,176.7 1.5 15,178.3
Montana (s) 7.0 1,302.1 121.2 1.0 64.5 1,685.2 3,180.9 3,180.9 3,180.9
Nebraska 0.3 7.4 2,418.7 107.8 3.8 114.3 2,796.4 5,448.4 5,448.7 5,448.7
Nevada 3.8 10.3 1,212.4 393.5 6.3 27.4 3,686.1 5,336.0 5,339.7 0.7 5,340.4
New Hampshire 0.1 4.6 366.9 81.1 1.1 19.7 2,370.9 2,844.4 2,844.5 2,844.5
New Jersey 0.7 12.3 3,705.5 5,725.7 8.7 234.2 14,159.3 695.0 24,540.7 24,541.4 33.1 24,574.6
New Mexico 3.2 7.2 1,969.0 160.6 5.5 70.1 3,110.4 5,322.8 5,326.0 5,326.0
New York 19.4 6.9 4,571.2 1,995.2 18.5 349.7 18,959.7 480.3 26,381.5 26,400.9 400.9 26,801.8
North Carolina 0.3 23.5 4,013.0 231.3 156.1 208.6 14,785.1 26.4 19,444.0 19,444.3 0.5 19,444.8
North Dakota (s) 7.6 1,305.1 130.5 7.2 49.8 1,440.3 2,940.5 2,940.5 2,940.5
Ohio 0.9 22.4 6,832.8 1,709.4 35.7 468.5 17,040.2 26,108.9 26,109.8 2.3 26,112.1
Oklahoma 3.0 29.7 4,278.7 1,058.6 12.7 255.4 5,898.0 11,533.2 11,536.2 11,536.2
Oregon 0.9 20.6 2,626.9 579.1 20.2 174.1 5,192.8 121.3 8,735.0 8,735.9 2.0 8,737.9
Pennsylvania 1.1 18.5 6,221.5 1,056.1 27.1 431.3 17,666.5 42.6 25,463.6 25,464.7 75.0 25,539.8
Rhode Island 0.8 0.7 268.3 97.8 0.6 23.0 1,297.3 3.8 1,691.5 1,692.3 3.8 1,696.1
South Carolina (s) 11.2 2,768.4 140.7 12.1 85.7 8,443.5 240.4 11,702.1 11,702.1 11,702.1
South Dakota (s) 5.1 854.4 77.8 6.1 51.3 1,495.4 2,490.0 2,490.0 2,490.0
Tennessee 0.2 18.2 4,145.0 1,567.7 25.5 222.2 10,577.9 16,556.5 16,556.6 0.2 16,556.8
Texas 18.5 108.0 19,403.7 7,881.2 64.8 627.6 40,205.3 1,811.4 70,102.0 70,120.5 6.9 70,127.4
Utah 3.0 9.8 2,070.0 783.8 7.7 63.6 3,717.3 6,652.2 6,655.2 3.2 6,658.4
Vermont (s) 1.3 273.9 30.1 0.6 17.1 1,127.2 1,450.3 1,450.3 1,450.3
Virginia 0.7 14.0 4,075.3 1,617.2 10.7 174.1 13,342.9 91.5 19,325.7 19,326.5 15.5 19,341.9
Washington 4.8 27.8 3,590.4 2,089.4 33.7 164.7 9,633.6 1,021.6 16,561.2 16,566.0 0.6 16,566.6
West Virginia (s) 3.7 1,206.0 26.9 2.2 82.2 2,901.4 4,222.3 4,222.3 0.4 4,222.7
Wisconsin 0.4 9.4 2,925.9 256.1 28.3 171.8 8,665.9 12,057.4 12,057.8 12,057.8
Wyoming 0.2 4.4 1,436.4 54.2 1.0 49.5 1,054.7 2,600.4 2,600.6 2,600.6

United States
219.2 856.1 166,162.3 66,680.2 975.9 9,315.1 457,961.9 11,737.3 713,689.0 713,908.1 802.7 714,710.9
aIncludes kerosene-type jet fuel only; naphtha-type jet fuel is included in "Industrial Sector, Other
Petroleum."
Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.05 million dollars.
bLiquefied petroleum gases. Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
cMotor gasoline as it is consumed; includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.cfm.
— = No consumption, including cases where adjustments were made. See explanation of adjustments in
Section 7 of the Technical Notes.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.