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Table C11. Total Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2020

Table C11. Total Energy Consumption Estimates by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2020


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 1,744.1 Texas 1,630.5 Texas 7,265.9 Texas 2,840.2 Texas 13,480.8
2 California 1,507.7 California 1,358.3 Louisiana 3,058.7 California 2,355.5 California 6,922.8
3 Florida 1,216.2 New York 1,013.1 California 1,701.2 Florida 1,417.3 Louisiana 4,200.4
4 New York 1,076.0 Florida 907.7 Pennsylvania 1,253.9 New York 909.3 Florida 4,003.1
5 Illinois 940.0 Illinois 739.8 Indiana 1,186.7 Georgia 823.7 Illinois 3,612.9
6 Pennsylvania 849.6 Ohio 632.6 Illinois 1,130.5 Ohio 815.5 Pennsylvania 3,413.0
7 Ohio 849.1 Virginia 610.3 Ohio 1,107.3 Illinois 802.6 Ohio 3,404.5
8 Michigan 770.5 Michigan 571.0 Iowa 833.8 Pennsylvania 784.4 New York 3,354.2
9 Georgia 689.0 North Carolina 536.5 Alabama 773.2 North Carolina 736.2 Georgia 2,727.6
10 North Carolina 670.9 Pennsylvania 525.1 Georgia 717.1 Virginia 692.6 Michigan 2,610.6
11 New Jersey 559.2 New Jersey 520.6 Oklahoma 648.4 Michigan 649.5 Indiana 2,564.4
12 Virginia 549.8 Georgia 497.8 Michigan 619.6 Tennessee 614.7 North Carolina 2,470.9
13 Indiana 514.6 Tennessee 411.9 Minnesota 576.9 Louisiana 606.5 Virginia 2,273.1
14 Missouri 506.6 Missouri 379.3 Kentucky 564.6 New Jersey 575.8 Tennessee 2,039.1
15 Tennessee 499.8 Massachusetts 369.0 Wisconsin 537.9 Indiana 525.8 New Jersey 1,893.9
16 Washington 464.6 Maryland 357.8 North Carolina 527.3 Missouri 511.4 Alabama 1,838.7
17 Arizona 441.6 Minnesota 338.8 Tennessee 512.7 Arizona 507.9 Washington 1,779.4
18 Wisconsin 428.5 Wisconsin 337.6 South Carolina 486.9 Washington 504.8 Minnesota 1,731.5
19 Massachusetts 411.8 Indiana 337.3 Washington 479.1 Alabama 497.8 Wisconsin 1,708.1
20 Minnesota 411.1 Arizona 334.3 Florida 461.9 Kentucky 465.3 Missouri 1,702.1
21 Maryland 380.7 Washington 330.9 Virginia 420.4 South Carolina 432.6 Kentucky 1,595.5
22 Colorado 376.7 Colorado 280.8 Colorado 415.3 Oklahoma 426.2 Oklahoma 1,579.2
23 South Carolina 359.4 South Carolina 254.4 Kansas 390.2 Minnesota 404.7 South Carolina 1,533.3
24 Alabama 331.5 Alabama 236.2 Mississippi 385.8 Wisconsin 404.1 Iowa 1,526.1
25 Kentucky 331.4 Louisiana 234.2 West Virginia 380.6 Maryland 386.7 Arizona 1,508.2
26 Louisiana 300.9 Kentucky 234.1 Arkansas 377.4 Colorado 378.3 Colorado 1,451.1
27 Oklahoma 281.7 Oklahoma 223.0 Nebraska 375.5 Massachusetts 359.9 Massachusetts 1,278.4
28 Oregon 248.5 Kansas 203.4 Alaska 363.5 Mississippi 332.2 Maryland 1,212.6
29 Iowa 233.2 Oregon 185.3 New York 355.8 Oregon 279.0 Kansas 1,069.5
30 Connecticut 229.5 Iowa 181.3 North Dakota 346.6 Iowa 277.7 Mississippi 1,037.3
31 Kansas 217.7 Connecticut 170.1 Missouri 304.8 Arkansas 271.1 Arkansas 1,034.7
32 Arkansas 216.4 Arkansas 169.8 Wyoming 292.0 Kansas 258.3 Oregon 983.0
33 Utah 192.3 Utah 169.2 Oregon 270.1 Utah 252.7 Nebraska 863.7
34 Nevada 183.9 Nevada 145.0 New Mexico 238.7 Nevada 226.4 Utah 829.0
35 Mississippi 179.8 Mississippi 139.5 New Jersey 238.2 New Mexico 218.2 West Virginia 803.9
36 Nebraska 160.0 Nebraska 136.9 Arizona 224.5 Connecticut 196.1 Nevada 710.1
37 West Virginia 151.2 New Mexico 116.4 Utah 214.9 Nebraska 191.2 New Mexico 699.7
38 Idaho 133.5 West Virginia 102.0 Idaho 168.5 West Virginia 170.0 Connecticut 667.0
39 New Mexico 126.4 Idaho 89.8 South Dakota 168.3 Alaska 164.6 Alaska 640.1
40 Maine 102.7 District of Columbia 85.5 Nevada 154.8 Idaho 158.2 North Dakota 625.9
41 New Hampshire 101.2 North Dakota 84.7 Massachusetts 137.8 North Dakota 128.3 Idaho 550.1
42 Montana 100.5 Montana 82.4 Montana 130.2 Montana 116.2 Wyoming 504.4
43 South Dakota 69.5 New Hampshire 65.3 Maine 100.2 Hawaii 109.0 Montana 429.3
44 North Dakota 66.2 Maine 64.3 Maryland 87.4 Wyoming 107.0 South Dakota 396.6
45 Delaware 62.9 South Dakota 61.6 Delaware 85.3 Maine 98.0 Maine 365.1
46 Rhode Island 58.4 Alaska 57.9 Connecticut 71.3 South Dakota 97.2 New Hampshire 295.5
47 Alaska 54.2 Delaware 56.1 Hawaii 47.3 New Hampshire 89.4 Delaware 277.1
48 Wyoming 52.0 Wyoming 53.4 New Hampshire 39.6 Delaware 72.9 Hawaii 232.5
49 Vermont 43.7 Rhode Island 44.9 Rhode Island 22.0 Rhode Island 50.4 Rhode Island 175.8
50 Hawaii 36.8 Hawaii 39.4 Vermont 17.7 Vermont 39.0 District of Columbia 143.8
51 District of Columbia 36.6 Vermont 25.3 District of Columbia 4.8 District of Columbia 16.8 Vermont 125.7
United States 20,520.6 United States 16,732.6 United States 31,260.1 United States 24,349.1 United States 92,862.3
aU.S. total includes -12.9 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.