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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, 2017

Table C12. Total Energy Consumption Estimates, Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy Consumption Estimates per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2017



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 13,365.9 California 2,587.6 Louisiana 19.60
2 California 7,881.3 Texas 1,624.9 Wyoming 13.39
3 Louisiana 4,481.8 New York 1,407.2 North Dakota 12.64
4 Florida 4,208.5 Florida 885.9 Mississippi 11.69
5 Illinois 3,871.5 Illinois 748.2 Alaska 11.59
6 Pennsylvania 3,807.7 Pennsylvania 697.2 West Virginia 10.86
7 New York 3,684.1 Ohio 590.9 Alabama 9.85
8 Ohio 3,643.7 New Jersey 544.0 Montana 9.47
9 Georgia 2,802.2 Georgia 509.4 Iowa 9.26
10 Michigan 2,774.5 Massachusetts 488.3 Arkansas 9.21
11 Indiana 2,700.5 North Carolina 482.0 Kentucky 9.03
12 North Carolina 2,503.1 Washington 479.2 Oklahoma 8.67
13 Virginia 2,302.6 Virginia 463.4 South Dakota 8.50
14 Tennessee 2,166.5 Michigan 456.0 Indiana 8.44
15 New Jersey 2,134.9 Maryland 362.0 Idaho 8.25
16 Washington 2,096.9 Colorado 325.1 South Carolina 8.24
17 Alabama 1,900.9 Minnesota 324.3 Texas 8.23
18 Minnesota 1,832.3 Indiana 320.1 Nebraska 7.93
19 Wisconsin 1,805.8 Tennessee 313.6 New Mexico 7.51
20 Missouri 1,726.1 Arizona 297.2 Kansas 7.18
21 Kentucky 1,658.2 Wisconsin 292.5 Maine 7.05
22 Oklahoma 1,643.8 Missouri 275.8 Tennessee 6.91
23 South Carolina 1,643.6 Connecticut 239.9 Missouri 6.26
24 Iowa 1,559.0 Louisiana 228.7 Wisconsin 6.17
25 Arizona 1,475.4 Oregon 206.7 Ohio 6.17
26 Colorado 1,462.9 South Carolina 199.5 Michigan 6.08
27 Massachusetts 1,424.2 Alabama 193.1 Minnesota 5.65
28 Maryland 1,314.7 Oklahoma 189.6 Georgia 5.50
29 Mississippi 1,176.4 Kentucky 183.6 Utah 5.50
30 Kansas 1,073.2 Iowa 168.3 Pennsylvania 5.46
31 Arkansas 1,057.6 Utah 150.8 North Carolina 5.19
32 Oregon 1,032.2 Kansas 149.4 Illinois 5.17
33 Nebraska 876.0 Nevada 141.7 Oregon 4.99
34 Utah 828.7 District of Columbia 121.4 Nevada 4.99
35 West Virginia 756.4 Arkansas 114.9 Virginia 4.97
36 Connecticut 726.4 Nebraska 110.5 Arizona 4.96
37 Nevada 707.2 Mississippi 100.6 Florida 4.75
38 New Mexico 683.4 New Mexico 91.0 Vermont 4.55
39 North Dakota 631.1 Hawaii 80.0 Colorado 4.50
40 Alaska 608.1 New Hampshire 74.0 Washington 4.38
41 Idaho 553.9 West Virginia 69.6 New Hampshire 4.29
42 Wyoming 512.2 Idaho 67.2 Delaware 4.24
43 Montana 420.6 Delaware 63.7 New Jersey 3.92
44 Maine 392.0 Maine 55.6 Maryland 3.63
45 South Dakota 384.9 Rhode Island 53.4 Hawaii 3.54
46 New Hampshire 317.5 Alaska 52.5 Rhode Island 3.44
47 Hawaii 283.4 North Dakota 49.9 California 3.05
48 Delaware 269.8 South Dakota 45.3 Connecticut 3.03
49 Rhode Island 183.9 Montana 44.4 Massachusetts 2.92
50 District of Columbia 167.6 Wyoming 38.3 New York 2.62
51 Vermont 134.8 Vermont 29.6 District of Columbia 1.38
United States 97,621.5 United States 18,050.7 United States 5.41
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.