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Table C13. Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2017

Table C13. Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2017


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 91.5 District of Columbia 150.1 Louisiana 668.6 Alaska 220.4 Louisiana 959.5
2 Montana 90.8 North Dakota 116.4 Wyoming 494.1 Wyoming 198.2 Wyoming 884.8
3 Wyoming 88.5 Wyoming 104.0 North Dakota 454.6 North Dakota 173.2 North Dakota 835.8
4 West Virginia 79.1 Alaska 79.5 Alaska 450.3 Louisiana 166.3 Alaska 822.0
5 Idaho 78.2 Montana 77.1 Iowa 269.9 Mississippi 148.4 Iowa 495.9
6 Missouri 77.0 Kansas 73.3 Texas 238.5 Oklahoma 122.8 Texas 471.9
7 South Dakota 76.7 South Dakota 72.4 Nebraska 204.6 Texas 119.0 Nebraska 456.8
8 Nebraska 76.2 Virginia 72.3 Indiana 185.0 South Dakota 112.1 South Dakota 440.7
9 Indiana 74.7 Nebraska 70.5 West Virginia 183.4 Montana 110.7 Oklahoma 418.0
10 Maine 74.6 Maryland 67.6 South Dakota 179.5 Kentucky 105.7 West Virginia 416.3
11 Kentucky 74.5 Missouri 66.0 Alabama 168.7 Nebraska 105.5 Indiana 405.5
12 Tennessee 74.1 Tennessee 64.5 Oklahoma 162.1 New Mexico 105.1 Montana 399.4
13 New Hampshire 74.0 Minnesota 64.1 Kentucky 134.4 Hawaii 102.9 Mississippi 393.5
14 Michigan 72.6 Oklahoma 63.5 Mississippi 134.4 Alabama 102.8 Alabama 389.9
15 Ohio 71.9 Wisconsin 63.1 Kansas 133.1 South Carolina 96.2 Kentucky 372.3
16 Alaska 71.8 New Jersey 62.9 Arkansas 132.1 Iowa 95.4 Kansas 368.7
17 Wisconsin 71.5 Illinois 62.3 Montana 120.8 Arkansas 95.1 Arkansas 352.2
18 Kansas 70.6 Iowa 60.5 Minnesota 112.8 Tennessee 94.9 Minnesota 329.1
19 Iowa 70.2 Michigan 60.0 New Mexico 109.5 West Virginia 94.6 South Carolina 327.3
20 South Carolina 69.9 West Virginia 59.2 South Carolina 106.7 Idaho 92.4 New Mexico 326.5
21 Illinois 69.7 Delaware 59.0 Pennsylvania 105.9 Maine 92.3 Tennessee 322.9
22 Oklahoma 69.6 Massachusetts 58.5 Wisconsin 103.7 Indiana 92.2 Idaho 322.2
23 Vermont 69.4 Ohio 58.5 Ohio 102.6 Kansas 91.7 Ohio 312.4
24 Minnesota 69.3 New Mexico 58.3 Idaho 97.8 Washington 91.4 Wisconsin 311.8
25 Pennsylvania 68.1 Kentucky 57.7 Illinois 92.0 Missouri 90.2 Illinois 302.8
26 Washington 67.9 Louisiana 57.7 Tennessee 89.5 New Jersey 88.0 Pennsylvania 297.7
27 Arkansas 67.3 Arkansas 57.7 Delaware 87.4 Utah 84.2 Maine 293.6
28 Louisiana 66.9 New York 57.0 Maine 77.7 Virginia 82.9 Missouri 282.6
29 Alabama 66.4 Texas 56.5 Georgia 72.8 Minnesota 82.8 Washington 282.4
30 Virginia 65.4 North Carolina 55.2 Colorado 72.4 Georgia 81.1 Delaware 281.9
31 Connecticut 64.3 Utah 54.9 Washington 72.1 California 80.6 Michigan 278.1
32 Maryland 64.1 South Carolina 54.5 Michigan 71.8 Ohio 79.4 Virginia 272.0
33 Georgia 64.0 Idaho 53.8 Utah 71.6 Illinois 78.8 Georgia 269.1
34 Oregon 63.7 Indiana 53.5 Oregon 63.0 Vermont 77.2 Utah 267.0
35 North Carolina 63.2 Connecticut 52.6 Nevada 57.9 Nevada 76.7 Colorado 260.5
36 Delaware 62.4 Alabama 52.2 North Carolina 54.7 New Hampshire 75.4 Oregon 248.9
37 Colorado 61.1 New Hampshire 51.9 Virginia 51.4 Colorado 75.1 North Carolina 243.7
38 New Jersey 60.3 Colorado 51.8 Missouri 49.3 Pennsylvania 74.4 District of Columbia 240.9
39 Massachusetts 59.7 Georgia 51.2 California 46.1 Florida 73.8 New Jersey 240.2
40 Mississippi 59.6 Mississippi 51.1 Hawaii 42.0 Michigan 73.7 Nevada 237.9
41 Texas 57.9 Washington 51.0 New Hampshire 34.0 Wisconsin 73.5 New Hampshire 235.2
42 Arizona 56.9 Arizona 50.4 Arizona 32.6 Oregon 73.5 Maryland 218.2
43 Utah 56.3 Pennsylvania 49.4 Vermont 29.8 Delaware 73.1 Vermont 215.8
44 Florida 56.1 Maine 49.1 New Jersey 28.9 North Carolina 70.6 Arizona 209.3
45 Nevada 55.4 Oregon 48.7 Florida 23.5 Arizona 69.4 Massachusetts 207.5
46 District of Columbia 55.2 Nevada 47.9 Massachusetts 22.6 Maryland 68.6 Connecticut 203.2
47 New York 53.8 Florida 47.3 Connecticut 22.2 Massachusetts 66.8 Florida 200.6
48 New Mexico 53.5 Rhode Island 42.2 Rhode Island 21.8 Connecticut 64.1 California 200.0
49 Rhode Island 53.5 Vermont 39.5 New York 19.8 New York 57.4 Hawaii 199.0
50 California 35.9 California 37.4 Maryland 18.0 Rhode Island 56.5 New York 188.1
51 Hawaii 23.9 Hawaii 30.2 District of Columbia 8.1 District of Columbia 27.6 Rhode Island 174.0
United States 61.1 United States 54.9 United States 98.0 United States 86.2 United States 300.2
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.