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Table F30: Biodiesel consumption estimates, 2022

Table F30: Biodiesel consumption estimates, 2022



State

Transportation

Total

Transportation

Total
Thousand barrels Trillion Btu
Alabama 629 629 3.4 3.4
Alaska 161 161 0.9 0.9
Arizona 415 415 2.2 2.2
Arkansas 476 476 2.6 2.6
California 6,705 6,705 35.9 35.9
Colorado 119 119 0.6 0.6
Connecticut 144 144 0.8 0.8
Delaware 22 22 0.1 0.1
Dist. of Col. 5 5 (s) (s)
Florida 459 459 2.5 2.5
Georgia 309 309 1.7 1.7
Hawaii 138 138 0.7 0.7
Idaho 55 55 0.3 0.3
Illinois 3,891 3,891 20.8 20.8
Indiana 920 920 4.9 4.9
Iowa 1,597 1,597 8.6 8.6
Kansas 557 557 3.0 3.0
Kentucky 638 638 3.4 3.4
Louisiana 755 755 4.0 4.0
Maine 93 93 0.5 0.5
Maryland 129 129 0.7 0.7
Massachusetts 212 212 1.1 1.1
Michigan 673 673 3.6 3.6
Minnesota 2,959 2,959 15.9 15.9
Mississippi 487 487 2.6 2.6
Missouri 722 722 3.9 3.9
Montana 2 2 (s) (s)
Nebraska 469 469 2.5 2.5
Nevada 198 198 1.1 1.1
New Hampshire 62 62 0.3 0.3
New Jersey 216 216 1.2 1.2
New Mexico 330 330 1.8 1.8
New York 1,950 1,950 10.5 10.5
North Carolina 269 269 1.4 1.4
North Dakota 389 389 2.1 2.1
Ohio 1,158 1,158 6.2 6.2
Oklahoma 738 738 4.0 4.0
Oregon 1,961 1,961 10.5 10.5
Pennsylvania 1,230 1,230 6.6 6.6
Rhode Island 39 39 0.2 0.2
South Carolina 182 182 1.0 1.0
South Dakota 192 192 1.0 1.0
Tennessee 750 750 4.0 4.0
Texas 4,338 4,338 23.2 23.2
Utah 73 73 0.4 0.4
Vermont 34 34 0.2 0.2
Virginia 267 267 1.4 1.4
Washington 534 534 2.9 2.9
West Virginia 119 119 0.6 0.6
Wisconsin 644 644 3.4 3.4
Wyoming 61 61 0.3 0.3

United States
39,478 39,478 211.6 211.6
Where shown, (s) = Physical unit value less than 0.5, Btu value less than 0.05, or expenditure value less
than 0.05.
· Because of differences in data sources and estimation methods, the ratio of biodiesel consumption and
distillate fuel oil consumption should not be interpreted as the average biodiesel blend ratio.· Totals may
not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
Notes: · Although there is biodiesel use in other sectors, all biodiesel consumption is assigned to the
transportation sector. · Biodiesel blended into diesel, which is accounted for under distillate fuel oil, is
shown separately in this table to display the use of renewable energy.
Data Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System. See Technical Notes.
http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/