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Table C14. Total Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2019

Table C14. Total Energy Consumption Estimates per Capita by End-Use Sector, Ranked by State, 2019


Rank
Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation Total
State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu State Million Btu
1 North Dakota 103.3 District of Columbia 143.1 Louisiana 665.5 Alaska 221.9 Wyoming 932.3
2 Montana 98.8 North Dakota 127.3 Wyoming 540.9 Wyoming 199.6 Louisiana 921.9
3 Wyoming 92.9 Wyoming 98.8 Alaska 472.7 North Dakota 172.0 North Dakota 874.6
4 Nebraska 87.6 Montana 81.3 North Dakota 472.0 Louisiana 132.3 Alaska 838.5
5 West Virginia 87.0 Alaska 77.6 Iowa 278.7 Hawaii 122.9 Iowa 517.3
6 Missouri 86.4 Nebraska 76.8 Texas 258.7 Oklahoma 117.2 Texas 490.8
7 South Dakota 83.6 Kansas 75.1 West Virginia 209.1 Mississippi 115.1 Nebraska 466.0
8 Indiana 79.7 South Dakota 73.8 Nebraska 194.6 Texas 115.0 West Virginia 460.7
9 Maine 79.0 Virginia 73.8 Indiana 193.4 Kentucky 111.4 South Dakota 452.8
10 Kentucky 78.7 Missouri 66.3 South Dakota 184.4 South Dakota 111.0 Oklahoma 423.1
11 Iowa 78.6 Maryland 65.5 Oklahoma 168.6 New Mexico 109.6 Montana 416.9
12 Kansas 78.6 Tennessee 65.5 Alabama 167.1 Montana 108.9 Indiana 412.6
13 Michigan 78.5 Illinois 63.9 Kentucky 137.0 Nebraska 107.1 Alabama 391.8
14 New Hampshire 77.2 Iowa 63.6 Kansas 134.3 West Virginia 102.4 Kansas 385.6
15 Tennessee 76.8 Minnesota 63.3 Arkansas 132.6 Alabama 101.3 Kentucky 385.3
16 Wisconsin 76.8 New Jersey 62.7 Mississippi 132.4 Tennessee 97.7 Mississippi 364.8
17 Vermont 76.7 Delaware 62.5 Montana 128.0 Kansas 97.6 Arkansas 362.4
18 Illinois 76.6 Wisconsin 62.3 New Mexico 116.2 Iowa 96.4 New Mexico 350.3
19 Idaho 76.5 West Virginia 62.3 Minnesota 110.3 Arkansas 95.1 Minnesota 336.9
20 Oklahoma 75.5 Oklahoma 61.8 Pennsylvania 109.8 Idaho 93.1 Tennessee 317.8
21 Arkansas 75.1 New Mexico 61.5 Ohio 101.5 Missouri 92.4 Wisconsin 317.0
22 Ohio 74.9 Michigan 61.3 Wisconsin 100.3 South Carolina 92.1 South Carolina 315.7
23 Minnesota 74.2 Arkansas 59.6 South Carolina 100.2 Virginia 91.2 Idaho 314.9
24 Alabama 70.9 Massachusetts 59.4 Idaho 93.5 Minnesota 89.2 Illinois 312.5
25 South Carolina 70.8 Kentucky 58.2 Illinois 92.4 Georgia 88.6 Ohio 310.7
26 Pennsylvania 69.7 Ohio 58.0 Delaware 87.4 Washington 88.5 Delaware 303.6
27 Louisiana 68.3 New York 57.6 Tennessee 77.8 Nevada 88.5 Pennsylvania 298.1
28 Georgia 67.4 Texas 56.1 Maine 76.9 Delaware 86.6 Missouri 293.8
29 Connecticut 67.2 Louisiana 55.8 Colorado 75.4 Utah 85.1 Michigan 288.7
30 Delaware 67.2 Utah 55.1 Georgia 72.1 Indiana 85.1 Maine 285.1
31 Virginia 66.8 North Carolina 55.0 Michigan 70.6 Florida 81.3 Virginia 282.7
32 North Carolina 66.3 Indiana 54.5 Washington 70.3 New Jersey 80.9 Georgia 278.8
33 Alaska 66.2 South Carolina 52.7 Utah 68.0 Colorado 80.2 Colorado 273.8
34 Colorado 65.8 Connecticut 52.6 Oregon 62.7 Illinois 79.6 Washington 272.7
35 Mississippi 65.5 Alabama 52.5 Nevada 56.0 Maine 79.1 Utah 266.8
36 Washington 65.2 Colorado 52.3 North Carolina 52.8 North Carolina 78.5 North Carolina 252.6
37 Maryland 65.0 New Hampshire 52.2 Virginia 51.0 Michigan 78.2 Nevada 250.4
38 New Jersey 63.3 Mississippi 51.7 Missouri 48.8 California 77.9 Oregon 243.8
39 New Mexico 63.1 Idaho 51.7 California 45.8 Wisconsin 77.6 District of Columbia 236.7
40 Massachusetts 62.8 Georgia 50.7 Hawaii 39.7 Arizona 77.3 New Jersey 236.3
41 Texas 61.0 Maine 50.2 Arizona 31.0 Maryland 76.5 New Hampshire 235.0
42 Oregon 60.6 Nevada 49.8 New Hampshire 29.7 Ohio 76.4 Maryland 223.4
43 Utah 58.6 Washington 48.6 New Jersey 29.3 New Hampshire 75.8 Vermont 219.3
44 New York 58.5 Arizona 47.6 Vermont 26.9 Vermont 74.2 Hawaii 217.2
45 Rhode Island 57.6 Pennsylvania 47.0 Florida 22.4 Oregon 74.1 Massachusetts 212.9
46 Arizona 56.6 Oregon 46.5 Rhode Island 21.1 Pennsylvania 71.7 Arizona 212.6
47 Nevada 56.1 Rhode Island 45.4 Connecticut 20.9 Massachusetts 69.8 Connecticut 206.4
48 District of Columbia 55.5 Florida 45.0 Massachusetts 20.9 Connecticut 65.6 Florida 203.6
49 Florida 54.9 Vermont 41.6 New York 19.7 New York 62.2 New York 198.1
50 California 36.9 California 37.2 Maryland 16.4 Rhode Island 55.7 California 197.8
51 Hawaii 24.4 Hawaii 30.3 District of Columbia 6.9 District of Columbia 31.2 Rhode Island 179.8
United States 64.1 United States 54.8 United States 99.7 United States 86.8 United States 305.4
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.