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Table C11. Total Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2019

Table C11. Total Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2019


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 1,767.3 Texas 1,626.7 Texas 7,499.3 Texas 3,334.1 Texas 14,227.4
2 California 1,455.7 California 1,468.1 Louisiana 3,100.2 California 3,073.3 California 7,802.3
3 Florida 1,180.4 New York 1,122.0 California 1,805.2 Florida 1,748.1 Florida 4,376.4
4 New York 1,138.6 Florida 966.5 Pennsylvania 1,405.3 New York 1,211.4 Louisiana 4,294.5
5 Illinois 970.6 Illinois 808.9 Indiana 1,301.6 Illinois 1,008.3 Illinois 3,958.5
6 Pennsylvania 891.7 Ohio 678.3 Ohio 1,186.8 Georgia 941.5 New York 3,855.9
7 Ohio 875.8 Virginia 631.2 Illinois 1,170.7 Pennsylvania 917.1 Pennsylvania 3,815.5
8 Michigan 784.0 Michigan 612.4 Iowa 880.5 Ohio 893.6 Ohio 3,634.5
9 Georgia 715.8 Pennsylvania 601.5 Alabama 820.2 North Carolina 824.6 Georgia 2,963.1
10 North Carolina 696.3 North Carolina 577.8 Georgia 766.4 Michigan 781.2 Michigan 2,882.3
11 Virginia 571.7 New Jersey 557.5 Michigan 704.7 Virginia 780.1 Indiana 2,777.5
12 New Jersey 563.1 Georgia 539.3 Oklahoma 667.8 New Jersey 719.7 North Carolina 2,652.8
13 Indiana 536.5 Tennessee 447.1 Minnesota 622.2 Washington 674.0 Virginia 2,419.1
14 Missouri 530.2 Massachusetts 409.7 Kentucky 612.6 Tennessee 667.4 Tennessee 2,170.4
15 Tennessee 524.8 Missouri 407.1 Wisconsin 584.3 Louisiana 616.2 New Jersey 2,100.6
16 Washington 496.5 Maryland 396.5 North Carolina 554.1 Indiana 572.6 Washington 2,076.0
17 Wisconsin 447.2 Washington 370.2 Washington 535.3 Missouri 567.1 Alabama 1,922.8
18 Massachusetts 432.9 Indiana 366.8 Tennessee 531.2 Arizona 563.6 Minnesota 1,900.2
19 Minnesota 418.2 Wisconsin 363.0 South Carolina 516.7 Minnesota 503.0 Wisconsin 1,846.7
20 Arizona 412.8 Minnesota 356.8 Florida 481.4 Kentucky 498.2 Missouri 1,804.3
21 Maryland 393.7 Arizona 347.4 Virginia 436.1 Alabama 497.0 Kentucky 1,723.0
22 Colorado 379.0 Colorado 301.0 Colorado 434.5 Massachusetts 481.5 Oklahoma 1,675.6
23 South Carolina 365.4 South Carolina 271.6 Arkansas 400.4 South Carolina 474.8 Iowa 1,634.3
24 Kentucky 352.2 Kentucky 260.1 Mississippi 394.4 Oklahoma 464.0 South Carolina 1,628.5
25 Alabama 347.9 Louisiana 259.8 Kansas 391.3 Maryland 463.3 Colorado 1,576.5
26 Louisiana 318.3 Alabama 257.7 New York 384.0 Colorado 462.1 Arizona 1,550.2
27 Oklahoma 298.9 Oklahoma 244.8 Nebraska 376.1 Wisconsin 452.2 Massachusetts 1,467.9
28 Oregon 255.4 Kansas 218.7 West Virginia 375.3 Mississippi 342.7 Maryland 1,352.6
29 Iowa 248.3 Iowa 201.1 North Dakota 360.5 Oregon 312.4 Kansas 1,123.2
30 Connecticut 239.8 Oregon 195.8 Alaska 346.8 Iowa 304.5 Arkansas 1,094.7
31 Kansas 228.8 Connecticut 187.7 Wyoming 313.8 Arkansas 287.3 Mississippi 1,086.3
32 Arkansas 226.9 Arkansas 180.2 Missouri 299.8 Kansas 284.3 Oregon 1,028.1
33 Mississippi 195.2 Utah 176.6 Oregon 264.4 Nevada 273.5 Nebraska 900.6
34 Utah 187.8 Mississippi 154.1 New Jersey 260.3 Utah 272.5 Utah 854.6
35 Nevada 173.5 Nevada 153.9 New Mexico 243.9 Connecticut 233.8 West Virginia 827.1
36 Nebraska 169.2 Nebraska 148.3 Arizona 226.4 New Mexico 230.1 Nevada 774.0
37 West Virginia 156.1 New Mexico 129.2 Utah 217.8 Nebraska 206.9 Connecticut 736.0
38 Idaho 136.9 West Virginia 111.8 Nevada 173.1 West Virginia 183.8 New Mexico 735.6
39 New Mexico 132.4 District of Columbia 101.3 Idaho 167.3 Hawaii 173.9 North Dakota 667.9
40 Maine 106.3 North Dakota 97.2 South Dakota 163.6 Idaho 166.6 Alaska 615.1
41 Montana 105.7 Idaho 92.5 Massachusetts 143.8 Alaska 162.8 Idaho 563.4
42 New Hampshire 105.1 Montana 87.0 Montana 137.0 North Dakota 131.4 Wyoming 540.8
43 North Dakota 78.9 New Hampshire 71.0 Maine 103.4 Montana 116.5 Montana 446.2
44 South Dakota 74.2 Maine 67.6 Maryland 99.0 Wyoming 115.8 South Dakota 401.7
45 Delaware 65.6 South Dakota 65.4 Delaware 85.3 Maine 106.4 Maine 383.7
46 Rhode Island 61.0 Delaware 61.0 Connecticut 74.6 New Hampshire 103.2 New Hampshire 319.8
47 Wyoming 53.9 Wyoming 57.3 Hawaii 56.1 South Dakota 98.5 Hawaii 307.5
48 Alaska 48.6 Alaska 57.0 New Hampshire 40.5 Delaware 84.6 Delaware 296.5
49 Vermont 47.8 Rhode Island 48.1 Rhode Island 22.3 Rhode Island 59.0 Rhode Island 190.3
50 District of Columbia 39.3 Hawaii 42.9 Vermont 16.8 Vermont 46.3 District of Columbia 167.7
51 Hawaii 34.5 Vermont 25.9 District of Columbia 4.9 District of Columbia 22.1 Vermont 136.9
United States 21,037.2 United States 17,981.5 United States 32,738.8 United States 28,508.6 United States 100,266.1
aU.S. total includes -21.1 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.