‹ U.S. States

Iowa   Iowa Profile

State Profile and Energy Estimates

Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2015

Table C10. Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2015


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 1,696.3 Texas 1,592.4 Texas 6,458.5 Texas 3,150.3 Texas 12,897.6
2 California 1,357.0 California 1,464.9 Louisiana 2,963.6 California 3,017.1 California 7,676.3
3 Florida 1,219.2 New York 1,138.8 California 1,837.3 Florida 1,517.3 Louisiana 4,258.9
4 New York 1,115.4 Florida 1,018.3 Pennsylvania 1,400.7 New York 1,076.7 Florida 4,241.7
5 Pennsylvania 933.5 Illinois 794.9 Indiana 1,305.9 Illinois 1,047.3 Illinois 3,942.7
6 Illinois 929.5 Ohio 709.5 Ohio 1,204.4 Ohio 936.7 Pennsylvania 3,881.4
7 Ohio 890.3 Pennsylvania 657.4 Illinois 1,171.0 Pennsylvania 889.8 Ohio 3,740.8
8 Michigan 719.2 Virginia 615.2 Alabama 808.3 New Jersey 851.7 New York 3,724.5
9 Georgia 703.7 Michigan 597.8 Georgia 767.0 Georgia 827.5 Georgia 2,851.2
10 North Carolina 693.5 New Jersey 597.4 Iowa 766.4 Michigan 739.0 Indiana 2,846.4
11 Virginia 610.6 North Carolina 587.0 Michigan 711.3 North Carolina 698.3 Michigan 2,767.3
12 New Jersey 587.8 Georgia 553.0 Kentucky 633.0 Virginia 696.5 North Carolina 2,523.7
13 Tennessee 534.0 Tennessee 448.3 Minnesota 605.6 Louisiana 691.4 Virginia 2,367.7
14 Indiana 532.5 Maryland 429.1 Oklahoma 598.8 Indiana 632.5 New Jersey 2,287.7
15 Missouri 501.7 Missouri 415.8 Wisconsin 573.2 Washington 623.0 Tennessee 2,167.5
16 Washington 442.8 Massachusetts 404.3 Tennessee 571.5 Tennessee 613.7 Washington 1,988.4
17 Massachusetts 434.0 Indiana 375.6 Washington 554.6 Missouri 550.5 Alabama 1,909.6
18 Maryland 427.2 Washington 367.9 North Carolina 545.0 Alabama 484.8 Missouri 1,826.8
19 Wisconsin 404.4 Wisconsin 362.1 South Carolina 544.5 Oklahoma 479.8 Wisconsin 1,776.2
20 Arizona 383.8 Minnesota 350.1 Florida 486.9 Arizona 473.7 Minnesota 1,769.9
21 Minnesota 373.4 Arizona 347.3 Virginia 445.5 South Carolina 464.2 Kentucky 1,725.5
22 South Carolina 364.4 Colorado 290.2 Colorado 439.3 Kentucky 463.2 South Carolina 1,648.5
23 Kentucky 363.3 South Carolina 275.5 New York 393.5 Massachusetts 446.6 Oklahoma 1,630.9
24 Alabama 352.6 Louisiana 270.0 Mississippi 389.1 Minnesota 440.9 Iowa 1,494.8
25 Colorado 343.2 Kentucky 265.9 Kansas 371.5 Wisconsin 436.5 Colorado 1,480.2
26 Louisiana 333.9 Alabama 263.8 Arkansas 370.5 Maryland 429.5 Massachusetts 1,444.9
27 Oklahoma 294.4 Oklahoma 257.9 Nebraska 366.9 Colorado 407.6 Arizona 1,439.9
28 Connecticut 249.0 Kansas 212.7 Missouri 358.8 Mississippi 385.7 Maryland 1,399.5
29 Arkansas 230.3 Iowa 201.9 Alaska 332.8 Iowa 300.9 Mississippi 1,132.7
30 Iowa 225.6 Connecticut 199.0 North Dakota 315.9 Oregon 299.9 Kansas 1,082.6
31 Oregon 224.2 Oregon 184.0 West Virginia 313.1 Kansas 278.7 Arkansas 1,055.5
32 Kansas 219.8 Arkansas 179.6 Wyoming 303.6 Arkansas 275.1 Oregon 956.7
33 Mississippi 199.7 Utah 161.8 New Jersey 250.8 Utah 248.5 Nebraska 853.1
34 West Virginia 167.1 Mississippi 158.2 Oregon 248.6 Connecticut 227.6 Utah 791.0
35 Utah 156.4 Nebraska 137.1 Arizona 235.1 New Mexico 211.6 West Virginia 774.9
36 Nevada 151.3 New Mexico 124.9 New Mexico 224.6 Nevada 210.5 Connecticut 751.6
37 Nebraska 148.1 Nevada 124.4 Utah 224.3 Nebraska 201.0 New Mexico 675.6
38 New Mexico 114.5 West Virginia 114.1 Idaho 173.3 West Virginia 180.5 Nevada 649.5
39 Idaho 114.1 District of Columbia 108.6 Nevada 163.4 Alaska 171.5 Alaska 619.9
40 Maine 95.0 Idaho 87.8 Massachusetts 160.0 Idaho 149.2 North Dakota 607.6
41 New Hampshire 93.8 North Dakota 85.8 South Dakota 154.5 Hawaii 145.2 Idaho 524.4
42 Montana 80.5 Montana 75.0 Montana 124.8 North Dakota 136.3 Wyoming 523.8
43 North Dakota 69.5 New Hampshire 70.9 Maine 115.8 Maine 128.9 Maine 405.6
44 Rhode Island 67.3 Alaska 66.4 Maryland 113.7 Wyoming 113.3 Montana 391.4
45 Delaware 65.7 Maine 66.0 Delaware 89.1 Montana 111.2 South Dakota 383.5
46 South Dakota 65.7 South Dakota 63.2 Connecticut 76.0 South Dakota 100.1 New Hampshire 305.2
47 Alaska 49.1 Wyoming 62.3 Hawaii 64.1 New Hampshire 99.9 Hawaii 282.4
48 Wyoming 44.6 Delaware 57.4 New Hampshire 40.6 Delaware 65.8 Delaware 278.0
49 District of Columbia 42.5 Rhode Island 49.5 Rhode Island 24.4 Rhode Island 61.5 Rhode Island 202.7
50 Vermont 38.6 Hawaii 41.3 Vermont 17.7 Vermont 49.1 District of Columbia 178.8
51 Hawaii 31.8 Vermont 26.6 District of Columbia 7.0 District of Columbia 20.8 Vermont 132.0
United States 20,485.8 United States 18,108.7 United States 31,397.7 United States 27,258.8 United States 97,251.0
aEstimates for the United States include -17.8 trillion Btu of net imports of coal coke that is not allocated to the states.
Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.