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Table E15. Total energy price and expenditure estimates (total, per capita, and per GDP), ranked by state, 2022

Table E15. Total energy price and expenditure estimates (total, per capita, and per GDP), ranked by state, 2022




Rank

Prices

Expenditures a

Energy expenditures per capita
Energy expenditures
as percent of current-dollar GDP b

State
Dollars
per million Btu

State
Million
dollars

State

Dollars

State

Percent
1 Hawaii 44.71 Texas 202,632 Alaska 13,051 Louisiana 15.37
2 California 37.38 California 200,007 Wyoming 11,221 Alaska 14.57
3 New Hampshire 34.11 Florida 89,282 North Dakota 10,507 Wyoming 13.30
4 Connecticut 33.33 New York 80,625 Louisiana 9,781 Mississippi 12.57
5 Massachusetts 32.60 Pennsylvania 62,889 Iowa 6,927 North Dakota 11.27
6 Rhode Island 31.95 Illinois 60,710 Texas 6,748 West Virginia 11.16
7 Arizona 31.79 Ohio 56,787 South Dakota 6,660 Alabama 11.01
8 District of Columbia 30.85 Georgia 50,946 Nebraska 6,460 Montana 10.68
9 Vermont 30.85 Michigan 46,032 Hawaii 6,456 Kentucky 10.56
10 Maryland 30.00 North Carolina 46,021 Montana 6,378 Arkansas 10.48
11 Maine 29.46 Louisiana 44,877 Oklahoma 6,132 Oklahoma 10.15
12 Florida 29.34 Virginia 42,435 West Virginia 6,129 Maine 9.73
13 New York 29.12 New Jersey 40,014 Alabama 6,110 New Mexico 9.36
14 Nevada 28.94 Indiana 39,628 Kentucky 6,062 Iowa 9.30
15 Delaware 27.74 Tennessee 36,357 Maine 6,008 Hawaii 9.19
16 New Mexico 27.69 Washington 34,112 Mississippi 5,985 Idaho 8.85
17 New Jersey 27.15 Massachusetts 33,811 Kansas 5,873 South Dakota 8.81
18 Alaska 26.92 Arizona 32,961 Indiana 5,800 South Carolina 8.80
19 Washington 26.90 Alabama 31,000 Arkansas 5,709 Vermont 8.77
20 Oregon 26.86 Missouri 30,586 New Mexico 5,562 Texas 8.44
21 North Carolina 26.13 Wisconsin 30,556 Vermont 5,532 Indiana 8.43
22 Colorado 26.12 Minnesota 29,963 New Hampshire 5,465 Kansas 8.24
23 Missouri 26.08 Colorado 28,371 Minnesota 5,244 Wisconsin 7.71
24 Tennessee 25.78 Kentucky 27,349 Wisconsin 5,187 Nebraska 7.71
25 Virginia 25.61 South Carolina 26,170 Tennessee 5,158 Missouri 7.71
26 Georgia 25.51 Maryland 24,773 California 5,123 Tennessee 7.49
27 West Virginia 25.51 Oklahoma 24,645 Nevada 5,083 Michigan 7.39
28 Montana 25.47 Iowa 22,165 Idaho 5,059 New Hampshire 7.28
29 South Carolina 25.35 Oregon 19,474 Connecticut 5,022 Nevada 7.24
30 Kentucky 25.28 Connecticut 18,124 South Carolina 4,954 Arizona 6.93
31 Pennsylvania 25.11 Mississippi 17,589 Missouri 4,951 Pennsylvania 6.90
32 Utah 25.02 Arkansas 17,392 Virginia 4,889 Ohio 6.88
33 Kansas 24.66 Kansas 17,246 Colorado 4,857 Minnesota 6.69
34 Mississippi 24.06 Nevada 16,152 Pennsylvania 4,848 Georgia 6.64
35 Wisconsin 24.04 Utah 14,881 Massachusetts 4,842 Oregon 6.55
36 Illinois 23.98 Nebraska 12,714 Ohio 4,829 Rhode Island 6.49
37 Arkansas 23.83 New Mexico 11,755 Illinois 4,825 North Carolina 6.43
38 Minnesota 23.81 West Virginia 10,873 Delaware 4,725 Virginia 6.40
39 Idaho 23.79 Idaho 9,809 Georgia 4,668 Florida 6.20
40 Oklahoma 23.62 Alaska 9,570 Oregon 4,594 Illinois 5.92
41 Michigan 23.41 Hawaii 9,293 Michigan 4,588 Utah 5.80
42 Alabama 23.36 Maine 8,347 Arizona 4,475 Colorado 5.77
43 South Dakota 23.36 North Dakota 8,184 Utah 4,401 Connecticut 5.68
44 Ohio 23.28 New Hampshire 7,646 Washington 4,382 California 5.49
45 Nebraska 22.68 Montana 7,162 New Jersey 4,321 Delaware 5.34
46 Indiana 22.01 Wyoming 6,526 Rhode Island 4,315 New Jersey 5.30
47 Wyoming 21.72 South Dakota 6,060 North Carolina 4,303 Maryland 5.16
48 Texas 20.78 Delaware 4,817 New York 4,098 Massachusetts 4.89
49 Iowa 20.48 Rhode Island 4,720 Maryland 4,019 Washington 4.62
50 North Dakota 19.96 Vermont 3,580 Florida 4,013 New York 3.94
51 Louisiana 15.82 District of Columbia 2,574 District of Columbia 3,837 District of Columbia 1.56
United States 25.66 United States 1,719,438 United States 5,159 United States 6.68
aThe U.S. total includes -$759 million of coal coke net imports, which are not allocated to the states. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
bGDP = Gross domestic product. Data Source: Table by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System based on
population data from the U.S. Census Bureau and GDP data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic
Analysis. See Technical Notes. http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/
Note: Rankings are based on unrounded data.