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Table F35: Total energy consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2022

Table F35: Total energy consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2022




State
Consumption Prices Expenditures a
Residential Commercial Industrial b Transportation c Total b,c Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation Total Residential Commercial Industrial d Transportation Total d
Trillion Btu Dollars per million Btu Million dollars
Alabama 332.9 244.4 774.3 551.6 1,902.4 36.02 31.34 11.26 30.38 23.36 5,369.0 3,757.4 6,044.2 15,829.2 30,999.8
Alaska 50.0 55.5 429.8 189.0 724.1 26.39 24.43 15.94 32.70 26.92 972.1 1,028.0 1,403.8 6,165.9 9,569.8
Arizona 404.4 337.1 219.5 567.4 1,526.9 32.82 26.91 22.33 35.33 31.79 5,941.6 4,408.3 3,148.9 19,462.2 32,960.9
Arkansas 218.3 172.7 378.9 283.3 1,052.5 28.87 20.43 14.72 31.24 23.83 2,999.3 2,131.5 3,592.0 8,669.1 17,391.8
California 1,203.7 1,193.1 1,539.3 2,915.8 6,882.4 41.78 43.19 23.13 39.27 37.38 32,779.4 32,184.5 21,492.7 113,550.9 200,007.5
Colorado 339.4 253.0 372.5 501.1 1,464.0 21.77 23.48 18.92 32.01 26.12 5,144.4 3,630.7 3,852.7 15,743.3 28,371.1
Connecticut 235.3 178.1 68.7 225.9 707.6 37.39 29.78 22.16 34.80 33.33 5,979.1 3,405.6 1,123.4 7,615.6 18,123.7
Delaware 64.6 52.4 80.6 77.4 274.8 29.99 23.93 16.87 32.73 27.74 1,069.2 700.8 544.0 2,502.8 4,816.8
Dist. of Col. 35.6 82.6 5.2 17.7 141.0 26.76 32.70 21.08 34.23 30.85 576.2 1,403.6 89.4 505.1 2,574.2
Florida 1,182.6 930.4 477.1 1,738.8 4,325.0 40.17 28.92 15.58 29.48 29.34 19,424.8 13,141.0 5,985.9 50,730.6 89,282.3
Georgia 697.2 527.4 738.9 875.4 2,836.2 31.31 29.05 13.43 29.46 25.51 11,124.2 7,313.6 7,077.1 25,430.5 50,945.5
Hawaii 30.1 36.6 47.7 155.8 270.3 118.81 67.43 73.84 32.83 44.71 1,248.1 1,430.5 1,500.0 5,114.9 9,293.5
Idaho 123.3 78.5 148.2 169.9 519.0 19.42 16.98 13.62 35.38 23.79 1,613.5 923.8 1,533.0 5,739.0 9,809.3
Illinois 925.5 743.9 1,109.0 892.8 3,675.6 21.88 20.49 15.98 32.68 23.98 13,752.2 9,139.9 9,380.1 28,438.2 60,710.4
Indiana 514.1 356.9 1,180.0 569.1 2,618.9 24.85 21.76 13.15 32.62 22.01 7,045.5 4,414.3 9,932.4 18,235.4 39,627.5
Iowa 193.3 159.1 771.3 297.8 1,423.2 22.58 20.16 12.83 32.89 20.48 3,530.8 2,627.8 6,496.6 9,509.9 22,165.2
Kansas 189.3 175.2 369.9 266.9 1,000.7 25.12 23.74 15.24 32.73 24.66 3,180.9 2,572.4 3,229.3 8,263.7 17,246.2
Kentucky 338.4 249.4 589.2 497.2 1,673.2 28.79 25.95 14.33 31.80 25.28 4,494.2 3,083.3 4,826.6 14,945.0 27,349.0
Louisiana 302.0 238.7 2,950.5 755.9 4,246.0 32.26 28.50 10.99 29.02 15.82 4,689.5 3,480.2 23,075.3 13,632.1 44,877.1
Maine 86.9 58.3 82.7 107.6 335.3 36.68 29.61 13.79 34.94 29.46 2,401.0 1,321.9 932.5 3,691.8 8,347.4
Maryland 370.8 350.7 87.5 394.7 1,202.8 30.21 26.86 20.29 33.32 30.00 6,185.4 5,159.3 1,352.7 12,075.8 24,773.3
Massachusetts 393.8 366.6 134.8 420.5 1,315.2 35.92 30.14 25.97 33.34 32.60 10,320.2 7,174.4 2,635.9 13,680.1 33,810.6
Michigan 753.9 579.0 664.0 710.8 2,706.8 21.58 20.79 14.63 31.63 23.41 11,064.0 7,148.1 6,266.9 21,553.3 46,032.4
Minnesota 402.4 338.0 567.7 447.2 1,759.9 22.06 20.37 15.98 32.65 23.81 6,128.6 4,634.2 5,162.9 14,037.8 29,963.5
Mississippi 191.6 150.7 405.3 352.9 1,099.8 30.55 27.49 11.95 30.82 24.06 2,849.5 2,123.4 2,948.9 9,667.6 17,589.5
Missouri 512.6 383.8 293.8 544.1 1,733.4 24.93 21.50 17.21 31.33 26.08 6,421.9 4,017.5 3,254.3 16,892.1 30,585.9
Montana 90.8 72.1 117.6 115.6 395.3 20.94 18.22 16.91 35.50 25.47 1,257.3 921.8 974.9 4,008.1 7,162.0
Nebraska 143.0 122.7 381.4 199.7 846.4 21.34 18.23 14.29 33.88 22.68 1,826.2 1,329.7 2,963.1 6,595.3 12,714.3
Nevada 157.3 129.9 142.9 276.5 706.1 26.38 21.73 21.93 34.69 28.94 2,671.1 1,856.7 2,162.4 9,461.5 16,151.6
New Hampshire 94.1 64.7 38.0 100.5 297.2 39.63 33.27 24.81 33.40 34.11 2,393.3 1,290.8 610.7 3,351.4 7,646.2
New Jersey 566.8 545.7 258.1 645.2 2,014.4 23.50 24.79 22.38 31.56 27.15 8,931.9 7,900.0 3,106.6 20,076.0 40,014.5
New Mexico 107.9 102.7 248.0 230.0 687.6 23.52 22.01 21.42 32.75 27.69 1,692.6 1,450.6 1,466.0 7,145.4 11,754.6
New York 1,024.8 969.8 329.5 1,128.1 3,452.7 29.06 28.37 18.21 32.12 29.12 22,909.1 18,645.6 4,502.7 34,567.3 80,624.8
North Carolina 672.6 558.3 533.5 806.5 2,568.8 29.79 23.09 14.21 31.26 26.13 9,320.8 6,427.4 5,254.4 25,018.9 46,021.4
North Dakota 63.9 90.0 380.7 136.0 670.6 22.26 19.36 12.80 35.08 19.96 895.8 1,028.1 2,786.4 3,474.0 8,184.3
Ohio 844.5 651.4 1,136.8 871.8 3,503.2 22.93 18.87 15.12 32.68 23.28 12,129.1 7,328.4 10,686.7 26,643.1 56,787.3
Oklahoma 245.2 208.8 617.4 456.0 1,526.4 26.87 23.21 12.79 31.28 23.62 4,298.7 3,158.9 4,286.9 12,900.7 24,645.2
Oregon 180.9 134.0 233.2 305.6 857.3 24.15 21.59 14.31 37.95 26.86 3,273.0 2,270.1 2,695.7 11,235.3 19,474.1
Pennsylvania 880.7 559.4 1,445.3 852.5 3,736.9 28.71 21.02 14.99 34.73 25.11 15,888.5 7,347.6 12,123.8 27,529.5 62,889.4
Rhode Island 60.5 46.9 22.1 57.3 186.6 33.39 31.78 21.56 34.51 31.95 1,519.2 917.4 414.8 1,869.0 4,720.4
South Carolina 374.4 288.8 498.4 463.6 1,623.4 33.97 26.90 13.26 29.97 25.35 5,091.8 3,298.5 3,962.3 13,817.7 26,170.3
South Dakota 49.0 41.7 165.8 102.0 358.4 23.68 20.61 13.52 33.61 23.36 931.8 688.8 1,235.7 3,203.5 6,059.8
Tennessee 505.1 420.0 514.0 663.8 2,101.8 27.75 27.06 12.97 31.21 25.78 6,494.9 5,417.9 4,279.9 20,164.1 36,356.8
Texas 1,633.4 1,546.1 7,338.5 3,268.8 13,780.6 33.29 22.77 13.16 29.44 20.78 27,940.3 18,373.3 66,553.8 89,764.4 202,631.8
Utah 192.1 176.2 201.0 280.6 848.7 17.19 16.94 17.57 34.52 25.02 2,141.9 1,740.7 1,746.9 9,251.2 14,880.6
Vermont 41.4 25.3 16.0 42.2 124.8 31.16 26.76 25.22 34.92 30.85 1,091.9 627.3 388.9 1,472.0 3,580.1
Virginia 544.3 734.1 417.4 734.2 2,427.8 30.51 23.54 12.86 30.24 25.61 8,443.3 8,276.5 3,981.9 21,733.6 42,435.3
Washington 334.6 240.5 376.2 621.1 1,571.4 22.40 21.62 14.61 34.89 26.90 5,822.9 4,158.0 3,123.1 21,008.4 34,112.5
West Virginia 153.8 107.0 383.9 191.7 835.5 27.06 20.32 17.05 34.33 25.51 1,973.1 1,148.6 2,406.5 5,345.0 10,873.2
Wisconsin 430.9 363.5 535.1 439.9 1,768.6 22.39 19.68 15.61 33.83 24.04 6,204.0 4,332.1 5,278.2 14,741.2 30,555.5
Wyoming 50.3 53.7 288.3 104.6 496.2 21.52 19.97 14.37 34.29 21.72 641.3 626.0 2,126.2 3,132.9 6,526.4

United States
19,534.1 16,545.2 31,049.7 27,632.0 94,773.7 28.88 25.55 14.50 32.63 25.66 332,088.6 242,917.1 285,241.2 859,191.2 1,719,438.1
aThe product of price and consumption, which is adjusted to remove intermediate process fuels (to avoid double counting) and fuels obtained at
no cost, as well as adjusted distillate fuel oil to include biodiesel and renewable diesel product supplied.
dU.S. total includes -$758.6 million of coal coke net imports not allocated to the states.
bU.S. total energy and U.S. industrial sector include -55.8 trillion Btu of net imports of coal coke that are not allocated to the states. Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
cU.S. total includes 25.5 trillion Btu of other biofuels not allocated to the states. Data Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System. See Technical Notes. http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/