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Table C12. Total Energy Consumption Estimates, Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy
Consumption Estimates per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2016

Table C12. Total Energy Consumption Estimates, Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy Consumption Estimates per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2016



Rank
Total Energy Consumption Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Energy Consumption per Real Dollar of GDP

State

Trillion Btu

State
Billion
Chained (2009) Dollars

State
Thousand Btu
per Chained (2009) Dollar
1 Texas 13,183.5 California 2,317.5 Louisiana 20.2
2 California 7,830.3 Texas 1,481.9 Wyoming 14.5
3 Florida 4,240.2 New York 1,279.9 Alaska 12.8
4 Louisiana 4,205.3 Florida 818.2 Mississippi 12.1
5 Illinois 3,907.1 Illinois 697.1 North Dakota 12.1
6 Pennsylvania 3,755.3 Pennsylvania 651.9 West Virginia 11.6
7 Ohio 3,684.8 Ohio 551.1 Alabama 10.7
8 New York 3,661.5 New Jersey 506.6 Kentucky 9.9
9 Georgia 2,838.9 Georgia 466.6 Arkansas 9.7
10 Indiana 2,802.3 North Carolina 448.9 Montana 9.5
11 Michigan 2,751.6 Massachusetts 444.7 Oklahoma 9.4
12 North Carolina 2,553.8 Virginia 432.9 Iowa 9.4
13 Virginia 2,332.0 Michigan 430.4 Indiana 9.2
14 New Jersey 2,219.4 Washington 420.8 South Dakota 9.2
15 Tennessee 2,211.3 Maryland 336.1 South Carolina 8.9
16 Washington 2,058.2 Indiana 303.3 Texas 8.9
17 Alabama 1,933.6 Minnesota 300.0 Idaho 8.7
18 Minnesota 1,806.9 Colorado 292.3 Nebraska 8.3
19 Wisconsin 1,781.1 Tennessee 290.7 Kansas 7.9
20 Missouri 1,780.0 Wisconsin 277.5 New Mexico 7.7
21 Kentucky 1,702.4 Arizona 269.0 Tennessee 7.6
22 South Carolina 1,653.3 Missouri 260.3 Maine 7.5
23 Oklahoma 1,636.0 Connecticut 225.1 Missouri 6.8
24 Iowa 1,529.8 Louisiana 208.3 Ohio 6.7
25 Colorado 1,484.6 Oregon 207.4 Wisconsin 6.4
26 Arizona 1,470.6 South Carolina 184.8 Michigan 6.4
27 Massachusetts 1,422.8 Alabama 180.6 Georgia 6.1
28 Maryland 1,359.3 Oklahoma 174.2 Minnesota 6.0
29 Mississippi 1,166.3 Kentucky 171.8 Utah 5.9
30 Kansas 1,093.0 Iowa 163.6 Pennsylvania 5.8
31 Arkansas 1,056.5 Kansas 138.3 North Carolina 5.7
32 Oregon 977.5 Utah 136.8 Illinois 5.6
33 Nebraska 868.3 Nevada 129.7 Arizona 5.5
34 Utah 810.1 Arkansas 109.1 Virginia 5.4
35 West Virginia 766.2 District of Columbia 108.9 Nevada 5.2
36 Connecticut 723.9 Nebraska 104.3 Florida 5.2
37 Nevada 679.1 Mississippi 96.5 Colorado 5.1
38 New Mexico 667.8 New Mexico 86.2 Washington 4.9
39 Alaska 600.0 Hawaii 74.2 Oregon 4.7
40 North Dakota 586.4 New Hampshire 69.2 Vermont 4.7
41 Idaho 528.5 West Virginia 66.1 Delaware 4.5
42 Wyoming 502.9 Idaho 60.9 New Jersey 4.4
43 Montana 394.5 Delaware 60.6 New Hampshire 4.3
44 Maine 387.8 Maine 52.0 Maryland 4.0
45 South Dakota 383.2 Rhode Island 50.4 Hawaii 3.8
46 New Hampshire 300.9 North Dakota 48.5 Rhode Island 3.7
47 Hawaii 282.9 Alaska 46.9 California 3.4
48 Delaware 273.5 South Dakota 41.6 Connecticut 3.2
49 Rhode Island 186.2 Montana 41.6 Massachusetts 3.2
50 District of Columbia 174.2 Wyoming 34.7 New York 2.9
51 Vermont 128.7 Vermont 27.6 District of Columbia 1.6
United States 97,314.7 United States 16,716.2 United States 5.8
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.