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Table F26: Biodiesel Consumption Estimates, 2021

Table F26: Biodiesel Consumption Estimates, 2021



State

Transportation

Total

Transportation

Total
Thousand Barrels Trillion Btu
Alabama 710 710 3.8 3.8
Alaska 161 161 0.9 0.9
Arizona 415 415 2.2 2.2
Arkansas 535 535 2.9 2.9
California 6,906 6,906 37.0 37.0
Colorado 154 154 0.8 0.8
Connecticut 188 188 1.0 1.0
Delaware 27 27 0.1 0.1
Dist. of Col. 5 5 (s) (s)
Florida 572 572 3.1 3.1
Georgia 408 408 2.2 2.2
Hawaii 143 143 0.8 0.8
Idaho 97 97 0.5 0.5
Illinois 3,891 3,891 20.8 20.8
Indiana 928 928 5.0 5.0
Iowa 1,490 1,490 8.0 8.0
Kansas 500 500 2.7 2.7
Kentucky 624 624 3.3 3.3
Louisiana 845 845 4.5 4.5
Maine 112 112 0.6 0.6
Maryland 174 174 0.9 0.9
Massachusetts 265 265 1.4 1.4
Michigan 658 658 3.5 3.5
Minnesota 2,969 2,969 15.9 15.9
Mississippi 541 541 2.9 2.9
Missouri 758 758 4.1 4.1
Montana 5 5 (s) (s)
Nebraska 466 466 2.5 2.5
Nevada 198 198 1.1 1.1
New Hampshire 75 75 0.4 0.4
New Jersey 279 279 1.5 1.5
New Mexico 345 345 1.8 1.8
New York 1,728 1,728 9.3 9.3
North Carolina 351 351 1.9 1.9
North Dakota 377 377 2.0 2.0
Ohio 1,178 1,178 6.3 6.3
Oklahoma 726 726 3.9 3.9
Oregon 1,825 1,825 9.8 9.8
Pennsylvania 1,170 1,170 6.3 6.3
Rhode Island 48 48 0.3 0.3
South Carolina 241 241 1.3 1.3
South Dakota 192 192 1.0 1.0
Tennessee 743 743 4.0 4.0
Texas 4,768 4,768 25.6 25.6
Utah 112 112 0.6 0.6
Vermont 44 44 0.2 0.2
Virginia 341 341 1.8 1.8
Washington 537 537 2.9 2.9
West Virginia 151 151 0.8 0.8
Wisconsin 634 634 3.4 3.4
Wyoming 106 106 0.6 0.6

United States
40,717 40,717 218.2 218.2
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/