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Table C13. Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2016

Table C13. Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2016


Rank
Residential Sector Commercial Sector Industrial Sector Transportation Sector Total Consumption
State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu
1 North Dakota 89.3 District of Columbia 157.8 Louisiana 625.0 Alaska 224.6 Louisiana 897.4
2 West Virginia 87.1 North Dakota 112.7 Wyoming 481.2 Wyoming 196.1 Wyoming 859.8
3 Missouri 81.3 Wyoming 103.6 Alaska 443.6 North Dakota 163.9 Alaska 809.1
4 Kentucky 80.3 Alaska 78.9 North Dakota 410.3 Louisiana 147.9 North Dakota 776.2
5 Tennessee 79.4 Kansas 74.7 Iowa 253.5 Mississippi 146.5 Iowa 488.6
6 Wyoming 78.9 Montana 74.0 Texas 238.0 Oklahoma 123.2 Texas 472.4
7 Indiana 78.6 Virginia 72.7 Nebraska 201.7 Texas 117.2 Nebraska 455.2
8 Nebraska 77.5 South Dakota 72.3 Indiana 192.8 South Dakota 117.1 South Dakota 444.8
9 Montana 76.9 Nebraska 70.5 South Dakota 178.8 Montana 110.9 Indiana 422.4
10 South Dakota 76.5 Maryland 70.2 West Virginia 170.0 Kentucky 106.0 West Virginia 419.0
11 Ohio 74.6 Tennessee 68.1 Alabama 167.4 Alabama 105.5 Oklahoma 417.2
12 South Carolina 74.4 Missouri 67.9 Oklahoma 157.0 Nebraska 105.4 Alabama 397.8
13 Kansas 73.2 Oklahoma 64.6 Kentucky 136.3 Hawaii 102.3 Mississippi 390.7
14 Iowa 72.6 New Jersey 63.4 Kansas 133.0 Iowa 101.0 Kentucky 383.8
15 Oklahoma 72.4 Minnesota 63.2 Mississippi 128.8 West Virginia 99.9 Montana 379.8
16 Illinois 72.3 Wisconsin 62.4 Arkansas 127.4 New Mexico 99.5 Kansas 375.9
17 Arkansas 72.0 Illinois 62.2 Montana 118.0 Maine 98.7 Arkansas 353.6
18 Michigan 71.9 West Virginia 62.0 Minnesota 112.1 South Carolina 96.3 South Carolina 333.3
19 Alabama 70.8 Iowa 61.5 New Mexico 107.2 Washington 96.2 Tennessee 332.6
20 Wisconsin 69.5 Kentucky 61.1 South Carolina 106.3 Tennessee 96.2 Minnesota 327.0
21 Georgia 69.2 Ohio 60.3 Pennsylvania 103.6 Arkansas 95.4 New Mexico 320.2
22 Pennsylvania 69.2 Michigan 59.7 Ohio 102.5 Indiana 95.3 Ohio 317.0
23 Virginia 68.6 Delaware 59.1 Wisconsin 101.2 Kansas 94.9 Idaho 314.6
24 North Carolina 68.1 New Mexico 59.1 Idaho 100.2 New Jersey 94.8 Wisconsin 308.5
25 Idaho 68.0 Arkansas 58.8 Delaware 92.0 Idaho 94.0 Illinois 304.4
26 Maryland 67.9 Massachusetts 57.8 Illinois 91.5 Missouri 91.6 Pennsylvania 293.7
27 Louisiana 67.7 Texas 57.6 Tennessee 88.9 Utah 85.8 Missouri 292.2
28 Maine 67.3 North Carolina 57.3 Maine 78.8 Minnesota 84.7 Maine 291.6
29 New Hampshire 67.3 Louisiana 56.8 Colorado 78.6 Virginia 83.3 Delaware 287.0
30 Minnesota 67.0 South Carolina 56.4 Washington 76.1 Ohio 79.7 Washington 282.7
31 Delaware 63.7 New York 56.1 Georgia 74.9 Vermont 79.5 Virginia 277.1
32 Mississippi 63.6 Indiana 55.6 Utah 72.8 California 79.3 Michigan 277.0
33 Connecticut 62.9 Alabama 54.2 Michigan 70.7 Illinois 78.4 Georgia 275.3
34 Colorado 62.2 Georgia 54.0 Oregon 63.2 Georgia 77.1 Colorado 268.5
35 Alaska 62.0 Utah 53.8 Nevada 58.6 Wisconsin 75.3 Utah 266.1
36 Washington 60.6 Connecticut 52.9 North Carolina 54.9 Colorado 75.3 District of Columbia 254.5
37 New Jersey 60.5 New Hampshire 52.5 Virginia 52.5 Nevada 75.2 North Carolina 251.4
38 Texas 59.6 Colorado 52.4 Missouri 51.5 New Hampshire 75.0 New Jersey 247.2
39 Florida 58.8 Idaho 52.3 California 47.2 Michigan 74.8 Oregon 239.2
40 Massachusetts 57.9 Mississippi 51.7 Hawaii 43.8 Oregon 73.5 Nevada 231.1
41 Vermont 57.8 Arizona 50.4 Arizona 34.9 Florida 73.5 Maryland 225.6
42 District of Columbia 57.3 Pennsylvania 50.0 New Hampshire 30.6 Delaware 72.2 New Hampshire 225.4
43 Arizona 56.5 Washington 49.9 New Jersey 28.6 North Carolina 71.2 Arizona 212.9
44 Oregon 56.3 Florida 49.1 Vermont 28.4 Arizona 71.0 Massachusetts 208.5
45 Rhode Island 54.5 Maine 46.7 Florida 23.8 Pennsylvania 70.9 Vermont 206.4
46 New Mexico 54.3 Oregon 46.2 Massachusetts 23.4 Massachusetts 69.4 Florida 205.3
47 Utah 53.8 Rhode Island 44.3 Connecticut 22.1 Maryland 69.2 Connecticut 201.8
48 Nevada 53.5 Nevada 43.7 Rhode Island 22.1 Connecticut 64.0 California 199.3
49 New York 52.2 Vermont 40.7 New York 19.2 New York 57.1 Hawaii 198.0
50 California 35.2 California 37.6 Maryland 18.3 Rhode Island 55.2 New York 184.6
51 Hawaii 22.9 Hawaii 29.1 District of Columbia 8.5 District of Columbia 30.9 Rhode Island 176.0
United States 62.0 United States 55.6 United States 97.3 United States 86.0 United States 300.9
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.