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Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2017

Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2017


Rank
Residential Sector Commercial Sector Industrial Sector a Transportation Sector Total Consumption a
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,640.6 Texas 1,600.5 Texas 6,754.4 Texas 3,370.3 Texas 13,365.9
2 California 1,415.5 California 1,473.1 Louisiana 3,123.1 California 3,174.9 California 7,881.3
3 Florida 1,176.0 New York 1,117.2 California 1,817.8 Florida 1,548.2 Louisiana 4,481.8
4 New York 1,054.7 Florida 991.2 Pennsylvania 1,354.6 New York 1,124.5 Florida 4,208.5
5 Illinois 891.6 Illinois 796.2 Indiana 1,231.8 Illinois 1,007.5 Illinois 3,871.5
6 Pennsylvania 870.6 Ohio 682.3 Ohio 1,196.7 Pennsylvania 951.3 Pennsylvania 3,807.7
7 Ohio 838.7 Pennsylvania 631.3 Illinois 1,176.2 Ohio 926.1 New York 3,684.1
8 Michigan 724.8 Virginia 612.3 Iowa 848.3 Georgia 844.3 Ohio 3,643.7
9 Georgia 666.0 Michigan 598.8 Alabama 822.2 New Jersey 782.5 Georgia 2,802.2
10 North Carolina 649.4 North Carolina 566.6 Georgia 758.6 Louisiana 776.9 Michigan 2,774.5
11 Virginia 553.8 New Jersey 559.5 Michigan 716.1 Michigan 734.8 Indiana 2,700.5
12 New Jersey 536.0 Georgia 533.2 Oklahoma 637.4 North Carolina 724.9 North Carolina 2,503.1
13 Washington 504.1 Tennessee 432.7 Minnesota 628.1 Virginia 701.5 Virginia 2,302.6
14 Indiana 497.8 Maryland 407.0 Wisconsin 600.4 Washington 679.1 Tennessee 2,166.5
15 Tennessee 496.8 Missouri 403.2 Tennessee 600.1 Tennessee 636.8 New Jersey 2,134.9
16 Missouri 470.6 Massachusetts 401.6 Kentucky 598.5 Indiana 614.3 Washington 2,096.9
17 Wisconsin 414.0 Washington 378.5 North Carolina 562.3 Missouri 551.1 Alabama 1,900.9
18 Massachusetts 409.5 Wisconsin 365.5 South Carolina 535.8 Alabama 500.9 Minnesota 1,832.3
19 Arizona 401.4 Minnesota 357.0 Washington 535.2 Arizona 489.4 Wisconsin 1,805.8
20 Maryland 386.3 Indiana 356.6 Florida 493.2 South Carolina 483.2 Missouri 1,726.1
21 Minnesota 385.9 Arizona 355.1 Virginia 435.0 Oklahoma 482.8 Kentucky 1,658.2
22 South Carolina 350.9 Colorado 290.8 Colorado 406.7 Kentucky 470.7 Oklahoma 1,643.8
23 Colorado 343.3 South Carolina 273.8 Mississippi 401.7 Minnesota 461.3 South Carolina 1,643.6
24 Kentucky 332.0 Louisiana 269.4 Arkansas 396.8 Massachusetts 458.2 Iowa 1,559.0
25 Alabama 323.5 Kentucky 257.0 Nebraska 392.4 Mississippi 443.6 Arizona 1,475.4
26 Louisiana 312.4 Alabama 254.3 New York 387.8 Wisconsin 425.9 Colorado 1,462.9
27 Oklahoma 273.8 Oklahoma 249.9 Kansas 387.5 Colorado 422.0 Massachusetts 1,424.2
28 Oregon 264.2 Kansas 213.2 North Dakota 343.3 Maryland 413.0 Maryland 1,314.7
29 Connecticut 229.9 Oregon 202.0 West Virginia 333.2 Oregon 304.7 Mississippi 1,176.4
30 Iowa 220.6 Iowa 190.2 Alaska 333.1 Iowa 299.9 Kansas 1,073.2
31 Kansas 205.5 Connecticut 188.1 Missouri 301.3 Arkansas 285.6 Arkansas 1,057.6
32 Arkansas 202.1 Arkansas 173.1 Wyoming 286.1 Kansas 266.9 Oregon 1,032.2
33 Mississippi 178.3 Utah 170.5 Oregon 261.4 Utah 261.3 Nebraska 876.0
34 Utah 174.7 Mississippi 152.9 New Jersey 256.8 Connecticut 229.1 Utah 828.7
35 Nevada 164.8 Nevada 142.3 Arizona 229.6 Nevada 228.0 West Virginia 756.4
36 Nebraska 146.2 Nebraska 135.2 New Mexico 229.2 New Mexico 220.1 Connecticut 726.4
37 West Virginia 143.8 New Mexico 122.1 Utah 222.1 Nebraska 202.3 Nevada 707.2
38 Idaho 134.5 West Virginia 107.5 Nevada 172.1 West Virginia 171.9 New Mexico 683.4
39 New Mexico 112.0 District of Columbia 104.4 Idaho 168.1 Alaska 163.0 North Dakota 631.1
40 New Hampshire 99.8 Idaho 92.4 South Dakota 156.8 Idaho 158.9 Alaska 608.1
41 Maine 99.6 North Dakota 87.9 Massachusetts 154.9 Hawaii 146.5 Idaho 553.9
42 Montana 95.6 Montana 81.2 Montana 127.2 North Dakota 130.8 Wyoming 512.2
43 North Dakota 69.1 New Hampshire 70.1 Maryland 108.4 Maine 123.2 Montana 420.6
44 South Dakota 66.9 Maine 65.6 Maine 103.7 Montana 116.6 Maine 392.0
45 Delaware 59.7 South Dakota 63.2 Delaware 83.6 Wyoming 114.7 South Dakota 384.9
46 Rhode Island 56.5 Wyoming 60.2 Connecticut 79.3 New Hampshire 101.7 New Hampshire 317.5
47 Alaska 53.1 Alaska 58.8 Hawaii 59.9 South Dakota 97.9 Hawaii 283.4
48 Wyoming 51.2 Delaware 56.5 New Hampshire 45.9 Delaware 70.0 Delaware 269.8
49 Vermont 43.3 Rhode Island 44.6 Rhode Island 23.0 Rhode Island 59.7 Rhode Island 183.9
50 District of Columbia 38.4 Hawaii 43.0 Vermont 18.6 Vermont 48.2 District of Columbia 167.6
51 Hawaii 34.0 Vermont 24.6 District of Columbia 5.7 District of Columbia 19.2 Vermont 134.8
United States 19,864.0 United States 17,864.2 United States 31,873.3 United States 28,020.0 United States 97,621.5
aU.S. total includes -28.5 trillion Btu of net imports of coal coke that are not allocated to the states.
Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.