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Table C10. Total Energy Consumption Estimates, Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy Consumption Estimates
per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2018

Table C10. Total Energy Consumption Estimates, Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy Consumption Estimates per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2018



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

State

Trillion Btu

State
Billion
Chained (2012) Dollars

State
Thousand Btu
per Chained (2012) Dollar
1 Texas 14,258.8 California 2,721.7 Louisiana 18.55
2 California 7,966.6 Texas 1,712.8 Wyoming 14.68
3 Louisiana 4,403.2 New York 1,435.6 North Dakota 12.50
4 Florida 4,281.3 Florida 924.9 West Virginia 11.65
5 Illinois 4,012.0 Illinois 769.8 Mississippi 11.60
6 Pennsylvania 3,961.6 Pennsylvania 711.8 Alaska 11.49
7 New York 3,854.2 Ohio 605.4 Alabama 9.85
8 Ohio 3,755.9 New Jersey 555.8 Arkansas 9.55
9 Michigan 2,894.2 Georgia 529.0 Montana 9.42
10 Georgia 2,876.1 Washington 511.7 Iowa 9.39
11 Indiana 2,837.6 Massachusetts 506.1 Kentucky 9.32
12 North Carolina 2,616.1 North Carolina 497.3 Oklahoma 8.68
13 Virginia 2,401.2 Virginia 477.0 Indiana 8.62
14 Tennessee 2,255.9 Michigan 470.5 South Dakota 8.54
15 New Jersey 2,240.7 Maryland 368.9 Texas 8.33
16 Washington 2,078.7 Colorado 341.1 South Carolina 8.07
17 Alabama 1,954.8 Minnesota 333.9 Nebraska 8.01
18 Minnesota 1,913.9 Indiana 329.3 Idaho 7.85
19 Wisconsin 1,885.9 Tennessee 323.7 New Mexico 7.51
20 Missouri 1,847.8 Arizona 311.7 Kansas 7.34
21 Kentucky 1,743.9 Wisconsin 301.6 Tennessee 6.97
22 Oklahoma 1,706.5 Missouri 284.9 Maine 6.88
23 South Carolina 1,671.8 Connecticut 244.9 Missouri 6.49
24 Iowa 1,616.1 Louisiana 237.4 Wisconsin 6.25
25 Colorado 1,513.3 Oregon 216.6 Ohio 6.20
26 Arizona 1,487.8 South Carolina 207.2 Michigan 6.15
27 Massachusetts 1,458.6 Alabama 198.4 Minnesota 5.73
28 Maryland 1,361.2 Oklahoma 196.5 Pennsylvania 5.57
29 Mississippi 1,192.7 Kentucky 187.2 Georgia 5.44
30 Kansas 1,134.5 Iowa 172.1 North Carolina 5.26
31 Arkansas 1,119.7 Utah 158.8 Utah 5.26
32 Oregon 1,012.2 Kansas 154.6 Illinois 5.21
33 Nebraska 914.6 Nevada 149.8 Virginia 5.03
34 Utah 835.1 District of Columbia 124.0 Nevada 4.86
35 West Virginia 832.9 Arkansas 117.3 Arizona 4.77
36 Connecticut 753.0 Nebraska 114.2 Vermont 4.68
37 Nevada 727.2 Mississippi 102.8 Oregon 4.67
38 New Mexico 702.8 New Mexico 93.6 Florida 4.63
39 North Dakota 661.0 Hawaii 82.7 Delaware 4.62
40 Alaska 609.8 New Hampshire 75.8 Colorado 4.44
41 Wyoming 558.6 West Virginia 71.5 New Hampshire 4.28
42 Idaho 553.3 Idaho 70.5 Washington 4.06
43 Montana 435.2 Delaware 62.8 New Jersey 4.03
44 South Dakota 396.8 Maine 57.5 Maryland 3.69
45 Maine 395.3 Rhode Island 53.6 Rhode Island 3.68
46 New Hampshire 324.7 Alaska 53.1 Hawaii 3.54
47 Hawaii 292.9 North Dakota 52.9 Connecticut 3.07
48 Delaware 290.3 South Dakota 46.5 California 2.93
49 Rhode Island 197.4 Montana 46.2 Massachusetts 2.88
50 District of Columbia 174.5 Wyoming 38.0 New York 2.68
51 Vermont 139.2 Vermont 29.8 District of Columbia 1.41
United States 101,083.6 United States 18,638.2 United States 5.42
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.