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Table F33: Total Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2020

Table F33: Total Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2020




State
Consumption Prices Expenditures a
Residential b Commercial b Industrial b,c Transportation Total c Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation Total Residential Commercial Industrial d Transportation Total d
Trillion Btu Dollars per Million Btu Million Dollars
Alabama 331.5 236.2 773.2 497.8 1,838.7 31.73 26.69 6.91 15.98 14.89 4,517.6 2,886.4 3,628.9 7,537.1 18,570.0
Alaska 54.2 57.9 363.5 164.6 640.1 22.62 20.25 18.63 14.91 17.20 860.1 825.0 574.6 2,449.1 4,708.8
Arizona 441.6 334.3 224.5 507.9 1,508.2 29.94 23.32 13.70 19.50 21.24 5,431.9 3,458.9 1,874.9 9,574.1 20,339.9
Arkansas 216.4 169.8 377.4 271.1 1,034.7 23.81 14.71 9.50 16.28 14.81 2,341.8 1,451.2 2,264.6 4,310.7 10,368.2
California 1,507.7 1,358.3 1,701.2 2,355.5 6,922.8 31.94 32.64 14.55 21.87 23.68 26,556.2 22,760.0 14,148.3 51,020.2 114,484.7
Colorado 376.7 280.8 415.3 378.3 1,451.1 16.26 18.20 12.57 17.94 16.46 3,782.4 2,654.8 2,432.6 6,579.4 15,449.2
Connecticut 229.5 170.1 71.3 196.1 667.0 30.39 23.96 15.45 18.90 23.12 4,617.7 2,548.6 808.3 3,565.2 11,539.8
Delaware 62.9 56.1 85.3 72.9 277.1 26.26 17.90 12.58 17.87 18.42 855.4 575.0 430.6 1,292.3 3,153.3
Dist. of Col. 36.6 85.5 4.8 16.8 143.8 22.21 24.19 14.68 20.37 22.56 444.7 979.1 53.2 286.3 1,763.3
Florida 1,216.2 907.7 461.9 1,417.3 4,003.1 32.58 22.55 9.31 16.32 19.26 15,612.6 9,547.8 3,429.6 22,851.2 51,441.2
Georgia 689.0 497.8 717.1 823.7 2,727.6 27.38 22.83 7.49 15.94 16.54 9,072.7 5,178.7 3,744.8 13,021.3 31,017.5
Hawaii 36.8 39.4 47.3 109.0 232.5 83.92 46.00 53.86 18.28 30.08 904.4 912.4 886.1 1,993.1 4,695.9
Idaho 133.5 89.8 168.5 158.2 550.1 17.22 14.16 9.50 19.43 15.46 1,241.3 711.1 1,054.4 2,942.1 5,948.9
Illinois 940.0 739.8 1,130.5 802.6 3,612.9 16.05 14.77 9.41 16.81 14.45 9,583.2 5,984.5 5,477.0 13,070.4 34,115.1
Indiana 514.6 337.3 1,186.7 525.8 2,564.4 20.88 18.01 8.88 17.03 14.18 5,643.5 3,225.6 6,634.2 8,783.6 24,286.8
Iowa 233.2 181.3 833.8 277.7 1,526.1 18.28 14.67 7.82 17.23 12.54 2,631.1 1,629.3 3,831.8 4,602.0 12,694.2
Kansas 217.7 203.4 390.2 258.3 1,069.5 20.44 19.55 8.81 16.99 15.47 2,462.5 1,937.3 1,809.8 4,053.8 10,263.4
Kentucky 331.4 234.1 564.6 465.3 1,595.5 23.81 21.28 8.79 15.88 15.42 3,482.6 2,299.3 2,731.7 6,994.1 15,507.8
Louisiana 300.9 234.2 3,058.7 606.5 4,200.4 24.36 20.23 5.45 15.52 8.45 3,380.4 2,353.5 11,927.8 6,572.0 24,233.7
Maine 102.7 64.3 100.2 98.0 365.1 23.31 19.66 8.53 18.93 17.25 1,579.4 813.3 659.3 1,832.9 4,884.8
Maryland 380.7 357.8 87.4 386.7 1,212.6 25.71 19.67 12.99 18.30 19.98 4,976.3 3,600.2 838.2 6,537.4 15,952.1
Massachusetts 411.8 369.0 137.8 359.9 1,278.4 27.60 24.61 18.89 17.99 22.42 7,588.5 5,218.1 1,814.3 6,281.0 20,901.9
Michigan 770.5 571.0 619.6 649.5 2,610.6 18.41 17.58 10.40 16.70 16.00 9,089.6 5,590.1 3,957.7 10,432.8 29,070.2
Minnesota 411.1 338.8 576.9 404.7 1,731.5 18.24 15.63 10.46 17.02 15.26 4,579.4 3,094.5 3,280.9 6,692.0 17,646.7
Mississippi 179.8 139.5 385.8 332.2 1,037.3 26.84 22.61 7.46 16.12 15.25 2,362.3 1,627.7 1,735.0 4,855.8 10,580.7
Missouri 506.6 379.3 304.8 511.4 1,702.1 21.62 18.03 11.05 16.48 16.89 5,231.8 3,153.4 2,157.0 8,346.2 18,888.4
Montana 100.5 82.4 130.2 116.2 429.3 17.24 15.15 10.02 19.19 16.19 954.9 723.7 561.1 2,161.8 4,401.5
Nebraska 160.0 136.9 375.5 191.2 863.7 18.44 14.91 9.15 17.60 14.25 1,522.6 1,055.1 1,810.0 3,249.6 7,637.2
Nevada 183.9 145.0 154.8 226.4 710.1 21.68 16.19 13.07 18.84 17.94 2,169.3 1,227.2 1,192.7 4,189.1 8,778.3
New Hampshire 101.2 65.3 39.6 89.4 295.5 26.18 24.07 17.98 18.05 21.49 1,672.3 889.5 447.6 1,611.4 4,620.7
New Jersey 559.2 520.6 238.2 575.8 1,893.9 20.72 20.50 15.76 17.10 18.70 7,437.2 5,875.3 1,815.9 9,698.7 24,827.1
New Mexico 126.4 116.4 238.7 218.2 699.7 18.77 17.47 14.45 16.94 16.94 1,338.0 1,053.4 927.2 3,471.9 6,790.6
New York 1,076.0 1,013.1 355.8 909.3 3,354.2 22.86 21.27 11.52 17.38 19.42 17,226.4 12,862.1 2,812.2 15,067.6 47,968.2
North Carolina 670.9 536.5 527.3 736.2 2,470.9 27.77 20.19 9.88 16.87 17.79 8,034.6 4,863.7 3,477.6 12,361.5 28,737.4
North Dakota 66.2 84.7 346.6 128.3 625.9 19.23 16.55 7.87 18.07 12.54 685.8 747.4 1,626.8 1,787.8 4,847.8
Ohio 849.1 632.6 1,107.3 815.5 3,404.5 19.11 15.45 9.97 17.32 15.30 9,598.3 5,506.1 6,564.9 13,324.9 34,994.1
Oklahoma 281.7 223.0 648.4 426.2 1,579.2 20.10 15.97 6.31 16.06 13.46 3,040.8 1,906.6 2,025.9 6,133.1 13,106.4
Oregon 248.5 185.3 270.1 279.0 983.0 22.28 19.16 9.80 20.92 18.09 2,854.0 1,865.5 1,667.2 5,678.8 12,065.5
Pennsylvania 849.6 525.1 1,253.9 784.4 3,413.0 22.61 15.51 10.99 19.15 17.09 11,640.9 4,915.4 6,927.3 14,060.9 37,544.5
Rhode Island 58.4 44.9 22.0 50.4 175.8 27.97 28.18 16.05 18.65 23.05 1,192.5 746.4 305.5 895.9 3,140.3
South Carolina 359.4 254.4 486.9 432.6 1,533.3 31.80 23.45 8.89 16.43 17.18 4,464.8 2,534.1 2,581.4 7,076.9 16,657.1
South Dakota 69.5 61.6 168.3 97.2 396.6 20.72 17.35 8.92 17.56 14.92 762.4 551.1 792.3 1,608.5 3,714.2
Tennessee 499.8 411.9 512.7 614.7 2,039.1 23.70 22.53 7.97 15.93 16.15 5,147.4 4,138.4 2,607.9 9,507.4 21,401.1
Texas 1,744.1 1,630.5 7,265.9 2,840.2 13,480.8 27.72 17.72 6.95 15.10 11.93 21,054.3 12,864.9 34,346.7 39,930.1 108,195.9
Utah 192.3 169.2 214.9 252.7 829.0 15.04 14.41 11.58 18.66 15.89 1,755.1 1,329.6 1,150.8 4,473.2 8,708.7
Vermont 43.7 25.3 17.7 39.0 125.7 23.85 19.95 17.71 18.95 20.52 855.9 442.0 288.4 739.0 2,325.3
Virginia 549.8 610.3 420.4 692.6 2,273.1 26.75 17.50 8.05 16.29 16.71 7,062.2 5,012.8 2,411.3 11,090.6 25,576.8
Washington 464.6 330.9 479.1 504.8 1,779.4 20.30 18.60 9.91 19.35 17.60 4,946.1 3,276.5 2,193.4 9,515.4 19,931.5
West Virginia 151.2 102.0 380.6 170.0 803.9 23.68 17.12 10.97 18.43 16.47 1,666.1 901.1 1,620.3 2,541.0 6,728.6
Wisconsin 428.5 337.6 537.9 404.1 1,708.1 18.39 16.60 10.00 17.75 15.50 4,840.9 3,146.0 3,405.1 7,103.8 18,495.8
Wyoming 52.0 53.4 292.0 107.0 504.4 17.76 15.75 9.00 18.33 13.57 506.2 443.2 1,220.7 1,699.0 3,869.2

United States
20,520.6 16,732.6 31,260.1 24,349.1 92,862.3 23.80 20.13 8.73 17.43 16.25 261,258.1 173,893.1 166,828.0 405,453.4 1,007,432.6
aExpenditure at the most detailed level is the product of price and adjusted consumption, the latter is consumption adjusted to remove quantities
of processed fuel and intermediate products and those obtained at no cost.
dU.S. total energy and U.S. industrial sector include -$138.0 million of net imports of coal coke that are not allocated to the states.
bDistributed solar heat energy consumed in the commercial and industrial sectors that cannot be separately identified are included in residential
consumption.
Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
cU.S. total energy and U.S. industrial sector include -12.9 trillion Btu of net imports of coal coke that are not allocated to the states. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.