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Table C13. Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2015

Table C13. Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2015


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 91.9 District of Columbia 161.9 Louisiana 634.8 Alaska 232.5 Louisiana 912.2
2 West Virginia 90.8 North Dakota 113.4 Wyoming 517.6 Wyoming 193.1 Wyoming 892.9
3 Missouri 82.6 Wyoming 106.2 Alaska 451.2 North Dakota 180.1 Alaska 840.3
4 Kentucky 82.1 Alaska 90.0 North Dakota 417.4 Louisiana 148.1 North Dakota 802.8
5 Tennessee 81.0 South Dakota 73.6 Iowa 245.5 Mississippi 129.0 Iowa 478.8
6 Indiana 80.5 Virginia 73.5 Texas 235.5 Oklahoma 122.8 Texas 470.2
7 Nebraska 78.2 Kansas 73.2 Indiana 197.5 South Dakota 116.7 Nebraska 450.5
8 Montana 78.0 Montana 72.7 Nebraska 193.8 Texas 114.9 South Dakota 447.0
9 Arkansas 77.3 Nebraska 72.4 South Dakota 180.1 Montana 107.7 Indiana 430.4
10 Ohio 76.7 Maryland 71.6 West Virginia 170.1 Nebraska 106.1 West Virginia 420.9
11 South Dakota 76.6 Missouri 68.4 Alabama 166.5 Kentucky 104.7 Oklahoma 417.4
12 Wyoming 76.0 Tennessee 68.0 Oklahoma 153.3 Hawaii 101.9 Alabama 393.4
13 Kansas 75.6 New Jersey 66.9 Kentucky 143.1 New Mexico 101.7 Kentucky 390.0
14 Oklahoma 75.3 Oklahoma 66.0 Mississippi 130.2 Alabama 99.9 Montana 379.3
15 South Carolina 74.4 Iowa 64.7 Kansas 127.8 West Virginia 98.1 Mississippi 378.9
16 Pennsylvania 73.0 Minnesota 63.9 Arkansas 124.4 Maine 96.9 Kansas 372.5
17 Virginia 73.0 Wisconsin 62.8 Montana 120.9 Iowa 96.4 Arkansas 354.5
18 Alabama 72.6 West Virginia 62.0 South Carolina 111.2 Kansas 95.9 South Carolina 336.8
19 Michigan 72.5 Illinois 61.9 Minnesota 110.5 Indiana 95.6 Tennessee 328.6
20 Illinois 72.4 Ohio 61.1 Pennsylvania 109.5 New Jersey 95.3 New Mexico 324.7
21 Iowa 72.3 Delaware 60.8 New Mexico 108.0 South Carolina 94.8 Minnesota 322.8
22 Louisiana 71.5 Arkansas 60.3 Idaho 104.8 Tennessee 93.1 Ohio 322.3
23 Maine 71.4 Michigan 60.3 Ohio 103.8 Arkansas 92.4 Idaho 317.3
24 Maryland 71.3 Kentucky 60.1 Wisconsin 99.4 Missouri 90.6 Wisconsin 307.9
25 New Hampshire 70.5 New Mexico 60.0 Delaware 94.3 Idaho 90.3 Illinois 307.1
26 Wisconsin 70.1 Massachusetts 59.6 Illinois 91.2 Washington 87.0 Maine 305.1
27 Delaware 69.6 North Carolina 58.5 Maine 87.1 Virginia 83.2 Pennsylvania 303.4
28 Connecticut 69.5 Texas 58.1 Tennessee 86.7 Utah 83.1 Missouri 300.6
29 North Carolina 69.1 Louisiana 57.8 Colorado 80.6 Illinois 81.6 Delaware 294.5
30 Idaho 69.0 New York 57.7 Washington 77.5 Georgia 81.1 Virginia 283.0
31 Georgia 69.0 Indiana 56.8 Georgia 75.2 Ohio 80.7 Georgia 279.5
32 Minnesota 68.1 South Carolina 56.3 Utah 75.0 Minnesota 80.4 Michigan 279.0
33 Mississippi 66.8 Connecticut 55.5 Michigan 71.7 Vermont 78.4 Washington 277.7
34 Alaska 66.6 Alabama 54.4 Oregon 61.8 California 77.4 Colorado 271.7
35 New Jersey 65.8 Georgia 54.2 Missouri 59.0 Wisconsin 75.7 District of Columbia 266.7
36 Massachusetts 64.0 Utah 54.1 Nevada 56.6 New Hampshire 75.1 Utah 264.5
37 Rhode Island 63.8 New Hampshire 53.3 North Carolina 54.3 Florida 74.9 New Jersey 256.0
38 District of Columbia 63.3 Colorado 53.3 Virginia 53.2 Colorado 74.8 North Carolina 251.5
39 Colorado 63.0 Idaho 53.1 California 47.1 Michigan 74.5 Oregon 237.7
40 Texas 61.8 Mississippi 52.9 Hawaii 45.0 Oregon 74.5 Maryland 233.4
41 Washington 61.8 Pennsylvania 51.4 Arizona 34.5 Nevada 73.0 New Hampshire 229.5
42 Vermont 61.6 Washington 51.4 New Hampshire 30.5 Maryland 71.6 Nevada 225.2
43 Florida 60.2 Arizona 50.9 Vermont 28.3 Delaware 69.7 Massachusetts 213.0
44 New York 56.5 Florida 50.3 New Jersey 28.1 North Carolina 69.6 Arizona 211.2
45 Arizona 56.3 Maine 49.6 Florida 24.1 Pennsylvania 69.6 Vermont 210.8
46 Oregon 55.7 Rhode Island 46.9 Massachusetts 23.6 Arizona 69.5 Connecticut 209.7
47 New Mexico 55.1 Oregon 45.7 Rhode Island 23.1 Massachusetts 65.8 Florida 209.5
48 Nevada 52.5 Nevada 43.1 Connecticut 21.2 Connecticut 63.5 Hawaii 198.2
49 Utah 52.3 Vermont 42.5 New York 19.9 Rhode Island 58.2 California 196.9
50 California 34.8 California 37.6 Maryland 19.0 New York 54.5 Rhode Island 192.0
51 Hawaii 22.3 Hawaii 29.0 District of Columbia 10.4 District of Columbia 31.0 New York 188.6
United States 63.8 United States 56.4 United States 97.8 United States 84.9 United States 303.1
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.