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Table CT1. Energy Consumption Estimates for Major Energy Sources in Physical Units, 1960-2011, South Dakota

Table CT1. Energy Consumption Estimates for Major Energy Sources in Physical Units, 1960-2011, South Dakota







Year




Coal



Natural
Gas a
Petroleum


Nuclear
Electric Power


Hydro-
electric
Power f



Fuel
Ethanol g

Distillate
Fuel Oil

Jet
Fuel b


LPG c

Motor
Gasoline d

Residual
Fuel Oil


Other e


Total
Thousand
Short Tons
Billion
Cubic Feet

Thousand Barrels

Million Kilowatthours

Thousand Barrels
1960 374 25 2,941 1,145 1,370 8,561 102 1,999 16,118 0 1,156 NA
1961 360 26 3,066 1,164 1,422 8,671 68 1,903 16,294 0 1,142 NA
1962 370 27 3,184 1,254 1,502 9,070 198 1,750 16,959 0 1,502 NA
1963 342 25 3,335 1,290 1,565 9,113 276 2,113 17,692 0 2,909 NA
1964 307 28 3,819 1,333 1,449 8,822 122 2,083 17,629 0 3,094 NA
1965 310 27 3,766 1,111 1,541 8,955 71 1,437 16,881 0 3,872 NA
1966 294 28 4,035 1,161 1,656 9,131 88 1,444 17,514 9 4,849 NA
1967 313 28 3,792 1,282 2,050 9,184 70 1,134 17,514 67 4,930 NA
1968 304 29 3,784 1,532 2,213 9,500 127 1,358 18,515 -3 5,645 NA
1969 320 34 3,742 1,390 2,554 9,467 195 1,235 18,583 0 6,350 NA
1970 338 36 4,375 1,173 2,712 9,903 328 1,175 19,666 0 6,579 NA
1971 335 32 4,610 1,207 2,675 10,244 211 1,221 20,168 0 7,778 NA
1972 312 34 4,536 1,138 3,149 10,771 343 1,290 21,226 0 7,432 NA
1973 385 31 4,243 1,071 2,922 10,989 234 1,518 20,977 0 4,837 NA
1974 446 32 3,691 1,102 2,780 10,702 133 1,143 19,550 0 5,661 NA
1975 1,888 33 3,841 1,056 2,930 10,636 218 1,104 19,784 0 7,927 NA
1976 2,838 39 3,334 1,011 3,027 10,944 307 1,217 19,840 0 7,052 NA
1977 2,732 36 3,013 1,083 3,773 11,298 284 974 20,425 0 5,294 NA
1978 3,004 35 3,718 1,334 3,192 11,417 283 1,233 21,177 0 6,831 NA
1979 2,771 26 6,359 1,326 2,453 10,772 221 1,089 22,219 0 6,359 NA
1980 2,827 24 4,801 1,311 2,530 9,688 122 909 19,362 0 5,818 NA
1981 2,759 22 4,414 1,136 1,779 9,192 158 808 17,487 0 5,306 19
1982 2,746 25 5,076 1,138 2,231 9,060 51 922 18,477 0 5,426 33
1983 2,409 23 4,473 956 2,245 8,952 136 813 17,574 0 5,526 74
1984 2,719 25 5,106 1,024 1,019 8,885 91 1,079 17,204 0 5,722 93
1985 2,703 25 5,154 1,019 1,241 9,279 36 1,114 17,843 0 5,333 98
1986 2,281 23 6,239 516 1,567 9,004 60 1,077 18,463 0 5,736 138
1987 1,101 21 6,326 669 2,358 9,016 55 934 19,359 0 5,386 144
1988 2,591 24 6,450 875 1,579 9,175 85 1,141 19,304 0 5,286 141
1989 2,541 26 5,889 1,024 3,623 9,126 66 1,038 20,765 0 4,583 163
1990 2,571 25 5,939 1,097 3,691 8,986 60 1,054 20,828 0 3,934 142
1991 2,863 26 5,827 367 1,794 9,119 67 1,001 18,175 0 3,828 325
1992 2,670 27 5,495 1,272 1,930 9,345 143 1,125 19,310 0 3,612 424
1993 2,696 31 6,134 1,190 2,591 9,565 115 876 20,472 0 2,591 471
1994 3,036 31 6,516 1,305 2,298 9,839 87 862 20,908 0 5,129 540
1995 2,537 34 6,255 1,463 2,294 10,007 14 1,050 21,082 0 6,010 506
1996 1,852 37 6,537 1,014 2,908 10,148 40 1,361 22,008 0 7,978 357
1997 2,442 36 6,129 697 2,627 10,165 64 1,582 21,264 0 9,012 399
1998 2,316 33 5,874 819 2,151 10,440 101 1,512 20,897 0 5,758 458
1999 2,649 36 6,080 770 1,988 10,337 88 2,123 21,385 0 6,677 509
2000 2,815 38 6,036 1,024 2,597 10,304 133 1,964 22,057 0 5,716 555
2001 2,599 37 6,317 967 2,071 10,204 106 1,285 20,951 0 3,432 522
2002 2,358 42 6,792 919 3,022 10,599 104 1,242 22,677 0 4,354 591
2003 2,543 44 6,268 [R ] 769 2,618 10,307 46 1,528 21,535 [R ] 0 4,276 585
2004 2,574 42 6,555 776 2,441 10,389 93 1,367 21,621 0 3,598 553
2005 2,158 43 6,850 996 2,202 10,273 62 2,010 22,393 0 3,075 673
2006 2,340 41 6,844 945 2,171 10,217 29 1,863 22,069 0 3,397 631
2007 1,964 54 7,791 880 2,409 10,330 35 1,244 22,688 0 2,917 827
2008 2,562 65 7,215 [R ] 659 2,683 10,075 45 [R ] 1,357 22,033 [R ] 0 2,993 954
2009 2,238 66 7,252 [R ] 707 2,737 10,768 23 [R ] 1,108 [R ] 22,594 [R ] 0 4,432 981
2010 2,333 73 [R ] 7,517 [R ] 718 2,045 10,577 [R ] 2 [R ] 1,136 [R ] 21,995 [R ] 0 5,239 1,003
2011 1,956 74 7,977 608 1,864 10,593 39 1,110 22,191 0 6,608 969
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. gIncludes denaturant. Pre-2005 estimates are not comparable to those for later years. See Section 5 of Technical Notes.
bThrough 2004, includes kerosene-type and naphtha-type jet fuel. Beginning in 2005, includes kerosene-type jet fuel only;
naphtha-type jet fuel is included in "Other Petroleum."
NA = Not available.
cLiquefied petroleum gases. Where shown, R = Revised data and (s) = Value less than 0.5.
dMotor gasoline as it is consumed; includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
eIncludes asphalt and road oil, aviation gasoline, kerosene, lubricants, and the 16 other petroleum products as described
in the Technical Notes, Section 4, "Other Petroleum Products."
Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.cfm.
fConventional hydroelectric power. For 1960 through 1989, includes pumped-storage hydroelectricity, which cannot be
separately identified.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.