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Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2016

Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2016


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 1,663.1 Texas 1,607.7 Texas 6,642.4 Texas 3,270.2 Texas 13,183.5
2 California 1,384.4 California 1,477.2 Louisiana 2,928.7 California 3,115.6 California 7,830.3
3 Florida 1,214.4 New York 1,112.3 California 1,853.1 Florida 1,518.4 Florida 4,240.2
4 New York 1,035.2 Florida 1,015.1 Pennsylvania 1,324.1 New York 1,132.8 Louisiana 4,205.3
5 Illinois 927.9 Illinois 798.8 Indiana 1,279.3 Illinois 1,006.1 Illinois 3,907.1
6 Pennsylvania 884.9 Ohio 700.5 Ohio 1,191.9 Ohio 925.8 Pennsylvania 3,755.3
7 Ohio 866.7 Pennsylvania 639.2 Illinois 1,174.3 Pennsylvania 907.1 Ohio 3,684.8
8 Georgia 714.2 Virginia 611.8 Alabama 813.4 New Jersey 850.7 New York 3,661.5
9 Michigan 713.8 Michigan 593.0 Iowa 793.7 Georgia 795.4 Georgia 2,838.9
10 North Carolina 691.3 North Carolina 582.3 Georgia 772.6 Michigan 742.7 Indiana 2,802.3
11 Virginia 577.0 New Jersey 568.8 Michigan 702.2 North Carolina 722.7 Michigan 2,751.6
12 New Jersey 543.2 Georgia 556.8 Minnesota 619.3 Virginia 701.1 North Carolina 2,553.8
13 Tennessee 528.1 Tennessee 452.8 Oklahoma 615.8 Washington 700.1 Virginia 2,332.0
14 Indiana 521.7 Maryland 423.0 Kentucky 604.6 Louisiana 693.1 New Jersey 2,219.4
15 Missouri 495.0 Missouri 413.5 Tennessee 591.1 Tennessee 639.3 Tennessee 2,211.3
16 Washington 441.1 Massachusetts 394.4 Wisconsin 584.5 Indiana 632.3 Washington 2,058.2
17 Maryland 409.3 Indiana 369.0 North Carolina 557.6 Missouri 558.1 Alabama 1,933.6
18 Wisconsin 401.3 Washington 363.1 Washington 554.0 Alabama 512.6 Minnesota 1,806.9
19 Massachusetts 394.9 Wisconsin 360.4 South Carolina 527.2 Arizona 490.8 Wisconsin 1,781.1
20 Arizona 390.3 Minnesota 349.1 Florida 492.3 Oklahoma 482.9 Missouri 1,780.0
21 Minnesota 370.3 Arizona 348.2 Virginia 442.1 South Carolina 477.4 Kentucky 1,702.4
22 South Carolina 369.1 Colorado 289.5 Colorado 434.6 Massachusetts 473.9 South Carolina 1,653.3
23 Kentucky 356.3 South Carolina 279.6 Kansas 386.9 Kentucky 470.3 Oklahoma 1,636.0
24 Alabama 344.1 Kentucky 271.1 Nebraska 384.8 Minnesota 468.2 Iowa 1,529.8
25 Colorado 344.0 Louisiana 266.3 Mississippi 384.7 Mississippi 437.3 Colorado 1,484.6
26 Louisiana 317.3 Alabama 263.4 New York 381.2 Wisconsin 434.9 Arizona 1,470.6
27 Oklahoma 283.8 Oklahoma 253.4 Arkansas 380.6 Maryland 416.7 Massachusetts 1,422.8
28 Oregon 230.0 Kansas 217.2 Alaska 328.9 Colorado 416.4 Maryland 1,359.3
29 Iowa 227.3 Iowa 192.5 Missouri 313.4 Iowa 316.3 Mississippi 1,166.3
30 Connecticut 225.5 Connecticut 189.6 West Virginia 310.9 Oregon 300.4 Kansas 1,093.0
31 Arkansas 215.0 Oregon 188.9 North Dakota 310.0 Arkansas 285.2 Arkansas 1,056.5
32 Kansas 213.0 Arkansas 175.7 Wyoming 281.4 Kansas 275.9 Oregon 977.5
33 Mississippi 190.0 Utah 163.6 Oregon 258.2 Utah 261.1 Nebraska 868.3
34 Utah 163.7 Mississippi 154.3 New Jersey 256.6 Connecticut 229.5 Utah 810.1
35 West Virginia 159.3 Nebraska 134.5 Arizona 241.2 Nevada 221.0 West Virginia 766.2
36 Nevada 157.4 Nevada 128.3 New Mexico 223.6 New Mexico 207.5 Connecticut 723.9
37 Nebraska 147.9 New Mexico 123.3 Utah 221.6 Nebraska 201.1 Nevada 679.1
38 Idaho 114.2 West Virginia 113.4 Nevada 172.4 West Virginia 182.7 New Mexico 667.8
39 New Mexico 113.3 District of Columbia 108.0 Idaho 168.3 Alaska 166.5 Alaska 600.0
40 New Hampshire 89.8 Idaho 87.9 Massachusetts 159.6 Idaho 158.0 North Dakota 586.4
41 Maine 89.5 North Dakota 85.2 South Dakota 154.1 Hawaii 146.2 Idaho 528.5
42 Montana 79.9 Montana 76.8 Montana 122.6 Maine 131.3 Wyoming 502.9
43 North Dakota 67.5 New Hampshire 70.1 Maryland 110.1 North Dakota 123.8 Montana 394.5
44 South Dakota 65.9 South Dakota 62.3 Maine 104.9 Montana 115.2 Maine 387.8
45 Delaware 60.7 Maine 62.1 Delaware 87.6 Wyoming 114.7 South Dakota 383.2
46 Rhode Island 57.6 Wyoming 60.6 Connecticut 79.3 South Dakota 100.9 New Hampshire 300.9
47 Wyoming 46.2 Alaska 58.5 Hawaii 62.5 New Hampshire 100.2 Hawaii 282.9
48 Alaska 46.0 Delaware 56.4 New Hampshire 40.9 Delaware 68.8 Delaware 273.5
49 District of Columbia 39.2 Rhode Island 46.8 Rhode Island 23.3 Rhode Island 58.4 Rhode Island 186.2
50 Vermont 36.0 Hawaii 41.5 Vermont 17.7 Vermont 49.5 District of Columbia 174.2
51 Hawaii 32.7 Vermont 25.4 District of Columbia 5.8 District of Columbia 21.2 Vermont 128.7
United States 20,050.0 United States 17,983.5 United States 31,452.7 United States 27,828.5 United States 97,314.7
aEstimates for the United States include -19.1 trillion Btu of net imports of coal coke that is 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.