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Table C14. Total Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2020

Table C14. Total Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2020


Rank
Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation Total
State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu
1 Montana 92.5 District of Columbia 123.9 Louisiana 657.6 Alaska 224.7 Louisiana 903.1
2 Wyoming 90.1 North Dakota 108.8 Wyoming 505.8 Wyoming 185.4 Alaska 874.0
3 North Dakota 85.0 Wyoming 92.4 Alaska 496.2 North Dakota 164.8 Wyoming 873.8
4 West Virginia 84.5 Alaska 79.0 North Dakota 445.0 Louisiana 130.4 North Dakota 803.5
5 Missouri 82.3 Montana 75.9 Iowa 261.5 Mississippi 112.3 Iowa 478.6
6 Nebraska 81.6 Virginia 70.7 Texas 248.7 South Dakota 109.6 Texas 461.4
7 South Dakota 78.4 Nebraska 69.8 West Virginia 212.7 Oklahoma 107.6 West Virginia 449.2
8 Michigan 76.5 South Dakota 69.5 Nebraska 191.5 Montana 107.0 South Dakota 447.1
9 Indiana 75.8 Kansas 69.3 South Dakota 189.7 Kentucky 103.3 Nebraska 440.3
10 Maine 75.4 Missouri 61.6 Indiana 174.9 New Mexico 103.0 Oklahoma 398.6
11 Kansas 74.1 Tennessee 59.5 Oklahoma 163.6 Alabama 99.1 Montana 395.3
12 Alaska 74.0 Minnesota 59.4 Alabama 153.9 Nebraska 97.5 Indiana 377.9
13 Kentucky 73.6 Maryland 58.0 Kansas 132.9 Texas 97.2 Alabama 365.9
14 Illinois 73.5 Illinois 57.9 Mississippi 130.5 West Virginia 95.0 Kansas 364.3
15 New Hampshire 73.5 Wisconsin 57.3 Kentucky 125.4 Arkansas 90.0 Kentucky 354.2
16 Iowa 73.1 West Virginia 57.0 Arkansas 125.3 Tennessee 88.8 Mississippi 350.8
17 Wisconsin 72.7 Iowa 56.9 Montana 119.9 Kansas 88.0 Arkansas 343.5
18 Idaho 72.3 Michigan 56.7 New Mexico 112.7 Iowa 87.1 New Mexico 330.4
19 Tennessee 72.2 Delaware 56.5 Minnesota 101.1 Idaho 85.6 Minnesota 303.4
20 Minnesota 72.0 Arkansas 56.4 Pennsylvania 96.5 South Carolina 84.3 South Carolina 298.9
21 Ohio 72.0 Oklahoma 56.3 South Carolina 94.9 Missouri 83.1 Idaho 297.7
22 Arkansas 71.8 New Jersey 56.1 Ohio 93.9 Virginia 80.2 Tennessee 294.7
23 Oklahoma 71.1 Texas 55.8 Wisconsin 91.3 Indiana 77.5 Wisconsin 289.9
24 South Carolina 70.1 New Mexico 55.0 Idaho 91.2 Utah 77.0 Ohio 288.7
25 Vermont 68.0 Ohio 53.7 Illinois 88.4 Georgia 76.8 Illinois 282.6
26 Alabama 66.0 Massachusetts 52.5 Delaware 86.0 Hawaii 75.1 Delaware 279.4
27 Pennsylvania 65.4 Kentucky 52.0 Tennessee 74.1 Delaware 73.5 Missouri 276.6
28 Colorado 65.1 Utah 51.6 Maine 73.5 Nevada 72.7 Maine 268.0
29 Louisiana 64.7 North Carolina 51.3 Colorado 71.8 Maine 71.9 Virginia 263.3
30 Georgia 64.2 Louisiana 50.4 Georgia 66.9 Minnesota 70.9 Pennsylvania 262.7
31 North Carolina 64.2 New York 50.3 Utah 65.5 Arizona 70.8 Michigan 259.3
32 Connecticut 63.7 Indiana 49.7 Oregon 63.7 North Carolina 70.4 Georgia 254.3
33 Virginia 63.7 South Carolina 49.6 Washington 62.1 Ohio 69.2 Utah 252.6
34 Delaware 63.4 Idaho 48.6 Michigan 61.5 Wisconsin 68.6 Colorado 250.9
35 Maryland 61.7 Colorado 48.5 North Carolina 50.4 Oregon 65.8 North Carolina 236.3
36 Arizona 61.5 New Hampshire 47.4 Nevada 49.7 Florida 65.7 Oregon 231.8
37 Mississippi 60.8 Connecticut 47.2 Missouri 49.5 Colorado 65.4 Washington 230.5
38 New Jersey 60.3 Mississippi 47.2 Virginia 48.7 Washington 65.4 Nevada 228.0
39 Washington 60.2 Maine 47.2 California 43.1 New Hampshire 64.9 New Hampshire 214.5
40 New Mexico 59.7 Alabama 47.0 Hawaii 32.6 Michigan 64.5 Arizona 210.1
41 Texas 59.7 Arizona 46.6 Arizona 31.3 Illinois 62.8 District of Columbia 208.3
42 Nevada 59.1 Nevada 46.6 New Hampshire 28.7 Maryland 62.6 New Jersey 204.1
43 Massachusetts 58.6 Georgia 46.4 Vermont 27.5 New Jersey 62.1 Maryland 196.5
44 Utah 58.6 Oregon 43.7 New Jersey 25.7 Vermont 60.7 Vermont 195.6
45 Oregon 58.6 Washington 42.9 Florida 21.4 Pennsylvania 60.4 Florida 185.6
46 Florida 56.4 Florida 42.1 Rhode Island 20.1 California 59.6 Connecticut 185.3
47 New York 53.4 Rhode Island 41.0 Connecticut 19.8 Connecticut 54.5 Massachusetts 182.1
48 Rhode Island 53.3 Pennsylvania 40.4 Massachusetts 19.6 Massachusetts 51.3 California 175.3
49 District of Columbia 53.1 Vermont 39.4 New York 17.7 Rhode Island 45.9 New York 166.4
50 California 38.2 California 34.4 Maryland 14.2 New York 45.1 Rhode Island 160.3
51 Hawaii 25.3 Hawaii 27.1 District of Columbia 7.0 District of Columbia 24.4 Hawaii 160.1
United States 61.9 United States 50.5 United States 94.3 United States 73.5 United States 280.1
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.