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Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2018

Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2018


Rank
Residential Commercial Industrial a Transportation Total a
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,779.2 Texas 1,657.5 Texas 7,281.5 Texas 3,540.5 Texas 14,258.8
2 California 1,439.2 California 1,509.2 Louisiana 3,066.9 California 3,170.0 California 7,966.6
3 Florida 1,195.0 New York 1,152.3 California 1,848.2 Florida 1,608.6 Louisiana 4,403.2
4 New York 1,174.1 Florida 988.4 Pennsylvania 1,403.0 New York 1,135.0 Florida 4,281.3
5 Illinois 990.0 Illinois 823.2 Indiana 1,293.9 Illinois 1,013.7 Illinois 4,012.0
6 Pennsylvania 965.3 Ohio 705.6 Ohio 1,205.8 Pennsylvania 938.1 Pennsylvania 3,961.6
7 Ohio 923.8 Pennsylvania 655.1 Illinois 1,185.1 Ohio 920.7 New York 3,854.2
8 Michigan 787.7 Virginia 636.4 Iowa 867.6 Georgia 817.2 Ohio 3,755.9
9 Georgia 738.4 Michigan 619.5 Alabama 841.3 New Jersey 806.4 Michigan 2,894.2
10 North Carolina 725.3 North Carolina 584.6 Georgia 770.4 Michigan 765.3 Georgia 2,876.1
11 Virginia 610.2 New Jersey 583.9 Michigan 721.7 North Carolina 740.2 Indiana 2,837.6
12 New Jersey 586.1 Georgia 550.2 Oklahoma 658.1 Louisiana 732.3 North Carolina 2,616.1
13 Tennessee 562.6 Tennessee 469.0 Minnesota 640.6 Virginia 716.6 Virginia 2,401.2
14 Indiana 556.4 Missouri 427.5 Kentucky 610.7 Washington 680.0 Tennessee 2,255.9
15 Missouri 556.0 Massachusetts 411.8 Wisconsin 609.5 Tennessee 646.4 New Jersey 2,240.7
16 Washington 479.2 Maryland 410.2 Tennessee 577.9 Indiana 611.0 Washington 2,078.7
17 Wisconsin 445.7 Minnesota 377.7 North Carolina 566.1 Missouri 555.1 Alabama 1,954.8
18 Massachusetts 433.9 Wisconsin 377.6 Washington 542.6 Arizona 501.9 Minnesota 1,913.9
19 Minnesota 431.6 Washington 376.9 South Carolina 535.7 Kentucky 496.7 Wisconsin 1,885.9
20 Maryland 415.4 Indiana 376.3 Florida 489.3 Alabama 491.7 Missouri 1,847.8
21 Arizona 407.3 Arizona 351.6 Virginia 438.0 Oklahoma 483.8 Kentucky 1,743.9
22 South Carolina 377.9 Colorado 292.9 Colorado 424.6 South Carolina 483.0 Oklahoma 1,706.5
23 Kentucky 369.0 South Carolina 275.2 Arkansas 411.3 Minnesota 464.0 South Carolina 1,671.8
24 Colorado 360.2 Louisiana 269.2 Mississippi 411.0 Massachusetts 461.8 Iowa 1,616.1
25 Alabama 358.1 Kentucky 267.6 Kansas 394.7 Wisconsin 453.0 Colorado 1,513.3
26 Louisiana 334.7 Alabama 263.7 New York 392.8 Colorado 435.6 Arizona 1,487.8
27 Oklahoma 307.1 Oklahoma 257.5 Nebraska 386.9 Maryland 431.7 Massachusetts 1,458.6
28 Connecticut 248.5 Kansas 221.5 West Virginia 361.8 Mississippi 423.5 Maryland 1,361.2
29 Iowa 247.1 Iowa 198.2 North Dakota 353.9 Oregon 313.7 Mississippi 1,192.7
30 Oregon 246.9 Oregon 195.9 Alaska 334.3 Iowa 303.1 Kansas 1,134.5
31 Arkansas 234.9 Connecticut 193.2 Wyoming 330.3 Arkansas 289.2 Arkansas 1,119.7
32 Kansas 233.8 Arkansas 184.4 Missouri 309.1 Kansas 284.5 Oregon 1,012.2
33 Mississippi 201.0 Utah 173.1 New Jersey 264.3 Utah 267.1 Nebraska 914.6
34 Utah 177.2 Mississippi 157.2 Oregon 255.6 Connecticut 233.4 Utah 835.1
35 Nevada 171.8 Nevada 152.9 New Mexico 231.5 Nevada 229.9 West Virginia 832.9
36 Nebraska 167.8 Nebraska 147.5 Arizona 227.0 New Mexico 228.5 Connecticut 753.0
37 West Virginia 163.6 New Mexico 122.8 Utah 217.8 Nebraska 212.4 Nevada 727.2
38 Idaho 129.6 West Virginia 114.7 Nevada 172.7 West Virginia 192.8 New Mexico 702.8
39 New Mexico 120.1 District of Columbia 106.7 Idaho 170.9 Alaska 168.8 North Dakota 661.0
40 New Hampshire 107.0 North Dakota 92.6 South Dakota 158.1 Idaho 161.7 Alaska 609.8
41 Maine 107.0 Idaho 91.1 Massachusetts 151.1 Hawaii 159.7 Wyoming 558.6
42 Montana 100.2 Montana 85.4 Montana 131.8 North Dakota 138.9 Idaho 553.3
43 North Dakota 75.6 New Hampshire 73.1 Maine 107.8 Montana 117.8 Montana 435.2
44 South Dakota 73.4 Maine 70.7 Maryland 103.8 Wyoming 117.6 South Dakota 396.8
45 Delaware 68.8 South Dakota 65.5 Delaware 86.0 Maine 109.8 Maine 395.3
46 Rhode Island 64.4 Delaware 62.3 Connecticut 78.0 New Hampshire 102.4 New Hampshire 324.7
47 Wyoming 51.4 Wyoming 59.2 Hawaii 56.3 South Dakota 99.9 Hawaii 292.9
48 Alaska 49.3 Alaska 57.4 New Hampshire 42.1 Delaware 73.2 Delaware 290.3
49 Vermont 48.5 Rhode Island 47.8 Rhode Island 23.0 Rhode Island 62.1 Rhode Island 197.4
50 District of Columbia 42.0 Hawaii 42.7 Vermont 18.0 Vermont 45.2 District of Columbia 174.5
51 Hawaii 34.2 Vermont 27.5 District of Columbia 5.6 District of Columbia 20.3 Vermont 139.2
United States 21,474.1 United States 18,414.0 United States 32,740.0 United States 28,455.5 United States 101,083.6
aU.S. total includes -25.6 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.