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Table C10. Energy Consumption by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2009

Table C10. Energy Consumption by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2009


Rank
Residential Sector Commercial Sector Industrial Sector Transportation Sector Total Consumption
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,611.5 California 1,578.7 Texas 5,502.2 California 3,129.5 Texas 11,297.4
2 California 1,527.3 Texas 1,459.6 Louisiana 2,079.2 Texas 2,724.2 California 8,005.5
3 Florida 1,294.3 New York 1,233.2 California 1,770.0 Florida 1,452.7 Florida 4,295.2
4 New York 1,128.0 Florida 1,061.6 Indiana 1,150.1 New York 1,091.3 New York 3,818.5
5 Illinois 943.9 Illinois 773.6 Ohio 1,124.4 Illinois 989.6 Illinois 3,815.1
6 Pennsylvania 918.6 Pennsylvania 685.2 Illinois 1,108.0 Pennsylvania 978.5 Pennsylvania 3,654.1
7 Ohio 906.0 Ohio 678.0 Pennsylvania 1,071.8 Georgia 952.9 Ohio 3,633.7
8 Michigan 753.8 New Jersey 623.6 Kentucky 811.1 Ohio 925.2 Louisiana 3,366.3
9 Georgia 723.2 Michigan 595.1 Alabama 788.5 New Jersey 901.6 Georgia 2,949.3
10 North Carolina 712.3 Virginia 589.7 Georgia 720.0 Virginia 745.5 Michigan 2,696.6
11 Virginia 610.6 North Carolina 578.3 Iowa 682.5 Michigan 735.9 Indiana 2,622.6
12 New Jersey 576.8 Georgia 553.3 Tennessee 666.5 North Carolina 708.2 North Carolina 2,545.4
13 Indiana 523.1 Maryland 403.5 Michigan 611.8 Louisiana 646.8 New Jersey 2,393.6
14 Tennessee 515.4 Missouri 397.8 Minnesota 576.7 Washington 611.5 Virginia 2,385.8
15 Missouri 507.3 Washington 389.8 Wisconsin 548.4 Indiana 592.3 Tennessee 2,136.0
16 Washington 502.4 Tennessee 362.5 North Carolina 546.7 Tennessee 591.6 Washington 2,032.9
17 Massachusetts 439.5 Indiana 357.2 Washington 529.2 Missouri 564.7 Alabama 1,906.8
18 Wisconsin 418.8 Minnesota 352.3 Oklahoma 518.6 Arizona 493.6 Kentucky 1,876.6
19 Minnesota 408.1 Arizona 352.1 South Carolina 516.0 Minnesota 472.4 Missouri 1,817.8
20 Maryland 403.7 Wisconsin 346.9 Florida 486.6 Alabama 469.2 Minnesota 1,809.5
21 Arizona 400.8 Colorado 291.8 Virginia 440.0 Maryland 466.9 Wisconsin 1,744.6
22 Alabama 383.2 Massachusetts 289.8 Colorado 409.9 Kentucky 465.2 South Carolina 1,581.0
23 Louisiana 358.1 Louisiana 282.2 Mississippi 388.9 South Carolina 456.4 Oklahoma 1,490.6
24 Kentucky 358.1 Alabama 266.0 Kansas 386.0 Massachusetts 453.7 Arizona 1,454.3
25 South Carolina 352.0 South Carolina 256.6 Arkansas 372.5 Wisconsin 430.4 Colorado 1,452.2
26 Colorado 332.7 Oklahoma 247.4 New York 366.0 Oklahoma 420.6 Maryland 1,429.3
27 Oklahoma 303.9 Kentucky 242.3 Missouri 348.1 Colorado 417.9 Massachusetts 1,426.0
28 Oregon 274.3 Oregon 208.3 Alaska 325.4 Mississippi 356.8 Iowa 1,418.5
29 Connecticut 262.4 Iowa 198.5 Nebraska 301.0 Oregon 331.8 Mississippi 1,138.7
30 Iowa 234.6 Connecticut 197.6 New Jersey 291.6 Iowa 302.9 Kansas 1,084.3
31 Mississippi 227.8 Kansas 197.1 Wyoming 290.2 Arkansas 289.0 Oregon 1,066.5
32 Arkansas 226.3 Arkansas 167.0 West Virginia 274.0 Kansas 276.0 Arkansas 1,054.8
33 Kansas 225.2 Mississippi 165.2 Oregon 252.1 Connecticut 244.9 Connecticut 788.4
34 Nevada 172.7 Utah 152.3 Massachusetts 243.1 Utah 235.6 Nebraska 759.1
35 West Virginia 165.2 Nebraska 134.3 New Mexico 227.4 Nevada 215.1 Utah 754.5
36 Utah 165.1 Nevada 128.6 North Dakota 210.1 New Mexico 202.4 West Virginia 715.6
37 Nebraska 153.1 District of Columbia 124.5 Arizona 207.8 Alaska 190.6 Nevada 707.6
38 Idaho 129.9 New Mexico 122.4 Utah 201.5 Nebraska 170.7 New Mexico 670.1
39 New Mexico 118.0 West Virginia 111.3 Nevada 191.1 West Virginia 165.1 Alaska 630.4
40 Maine 94.0 Idaho 84.3 Idaho 169.9 Hawaii 128.8 Wyoming 520.3
41 New Hampshire 88.1 Montana 77.6 Maryland 155.3 Idaho 125.0 Idaho 509.0
42 Montana 87.8 Maine 73.3 Montana 140.0 Maine 123.5 Maine 430.5
43 South Dakota 69.4 New Hampshire 69.7 Maine 139.7 Wyoming 121.1 North Dakota 426.8
44 Rhode Island 69.2 North Dakota 62.9 South Dakota 138.6 Montana 106.0 Montana 411.5
45 North Dakota 66.1 Wyoming 61.3 Connecticut 83.6 New Hampshire 105.8 South Dakota 359.9
46 Delaware 64.2 Alaska 61.0 Hawaii 63.3 South Dakota 91.5 New Hampshire 303.0
47 Alaska 53.4 South Dakota 60.4 Delaware 60.3 North Dakota 87.6 Hawaii 269.8
48 Vermont 48.3 Delaware 59.3 New Hampshire 39.4 Delaware 70.8 Delaware 254.7
49 Wyoming 47.7 Rhode Island 56.6 Rhode Island 29.6 Rhode Island 63.8 Rhode Island 219.3
50 Hawaii 35.7 Hawaii 42.1 Vermont 24.4 Vermont 53.5 District of Columbia 182.4
51 District of Columbia 34.8 Vermont 31.8 District of Columbia 3.9 District of Columbia 19.2 Vermont 158.1
United States 21,026.6 United States 17,895.6 United States a 28,559.0 United States 26,965.6 United States a 94,446.9
aIncludes -23.8 trillion Btu of net imports of coal coke that is not allocated to the States.
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.