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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, 2020

Table C10. Total Energy Consumption Estimates, Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Energy Consumption Estimates per Real Dollar of GDP, Ranked by State, 2020



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 13,480.8 California 2,663.7 Louisiana 18.90
2 California 6,922.8 Texas 1,734.3 Wyoming 13.91
3 Louisiana 4,200.4 New York 1,420.1 Alaska 12.76
4 Florida 4,003.1 Florida 944.0 West Virginia 11.53
5 Illinois 3,612.9 Illinois 737.6 North Dakota 11.47
6 Pennsylvania 3,413.0 Pennsylvania 683.8 Mississippi 10.41
7 Ohio 3,404.5 Ohio 589.9 Alabama 9.34
8 New York 3,354.2 Georgia 536.7 Montana 9.30
9 Georgia 2,727.6 New Jersey 535.8 Iowa 9.01
10 Michigan 2,610.6 Washington 532.9 Arkansas 9.00
11 Indiana 2,564.4 North Carolina 499.5 Kentucky 8.60
12 North Carolina 2,470.9 Massachusetts 498.6 South Dakota 8.50
13 Virginia 2,273.1 Virginia 473.8 Oklahoma 8.27
14 Tennessee 2,039.1 Michigan 445.7 Indiana 7.77
15 New Jersey 1,893.9 Maryland 353.1 Texas 7.77
16 Alabama 1,838.7 Colorado 346.0 New Mexico 7.55
17 Washington 1,779.4 Indiana 329.9 Idaho 7.47
18 Minnesota 1,731.5 Minnesota 326.6 South Carolina 7.35
19 Wisconsin 1,708.1 Arizona 320.6 Nebraska 7.34
20 Missouri 1,702.1 Tennessee 316.3 Kansas 6.82
21 Kentucky 1,595.5 Wisconsin 291.7 Tennessee 6.45
22 Oklahoma 1,579.2 Missouri 282.7 Maine 6.21
23 South Carolina 1,533.3 Connecticut 235.9 Missouri 6.02
24 Iowa 1,526.1 Louisiana 222.3 Michigan 5.86
25 Arizona 1,508.2 Oregon 212.8 Wisconsin 5.86
26 Colorado 1,451.1 South Carolina 208.5 Ohio 5.77
27 Massachusetts 1,278.4 Alabama 196.9 Minnesota 5.30
28 Maryland 1,212.6 Oklahoma 190.9 Georgia 5.08
29 Kansas 1,069.5 Kentucky 185.5 Pennsylvania 4.99
30 Mississippi 1,037.3 Utah 171.4 North Carolina 4.95
31 Arkansas 1,034.7 Iowa 169.4 Illinois 4.90
32 Oregon 983.0 Kansas 156.8 Nevada 4.89
33 Nebraska 863.7 Nevada 145.2 Utah 4.84
34 Utah 829.0 District of Columbia 122.3 Virginia 4.80
35 West Virginia 803.9 Nebraska 117.7 Arizona 4.70
36 Nevada 710.1 Arkansas 114.9 Oregon 4.62
37 New Mexico 699.7 Mississippi 99.7 Delaware 4.47
38 Connecticut 667.0 New Mexico 92.7 Vermont 4.39
39 Alaska 640.1 New Hampshire 75.5 Florida 4.24
40 North Dakota 625.9 Idaho 73.7 Colorado 4.19
41 Idaho 550.1 Hawaii 70.6 New Hampshire 3.91
42 Wyoming 504.4 West Virginia 69.7 New Jersey 3.53
43 Montana 429.3 Delaware 62.1 Maryland 3.43
44 South Dakota 396.6 Maine 58.8 Rhode Island 3.42
45 Maine 365.1 North Dakota 54.6 Washington 3.34
46 New Hampshire 295.5 Rhode Island 51.4 Hawaii 3.29
47 Delaware 277.1 Alaska 50.2 Connecticut 2.83
48 Hawaii 232.5 South Dakota 46.7 California 2.60
49 Rhode Island 175.8 Montana 46.2 Massachusetts 2.56
50 District of Columbia 143.8 Wyoming 36.3 New York 2.36
51 Vermont 125.7 Vermont 28.6 District of Columbia 1.18
United States 92,862.3 United States 18,384.7 United States 5.05
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.