U.S. Energy Information Administration - EIA - Independent Statistics and Analysis
Frequently Asked Questions
What types and amounts of energy are produced in each state?
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has data on the types and amounts of energy produced in each state:
- Coal, crude oil, natural gas, and fuel ethanol production in physical units and in British Thermal Unit (Btu) equivalents back to 1960 in the State Energy Data System (SEDS). To locate data for each state (from the main SEDS page), click on the Change State/Territory field, which is above the Overview tab. Select a state and scroll over the Data tab. In the drop down menu, select a data period under Energy Estimates (SEDS). Scroll down the resulting page and select the Production bar to access pdf and csv files for data on the types and amounts of energy produced.
- Coal—most recent weekly, quarterly, and annual
- Crude oil—most recent monthly and annual
- Natural gas—most recent monthly and annual
- Natural gas plant liquids—most recent monthly and annual
- Electricity—generation by fuel/energy source
Last reviewed: August 2, 2016
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