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Table C15. Petroleum consumption estimates, total and per capita, ranked by state, 2022

Table C15. Petroleum consumption estimates, total and per capita, ranked by state, 2022


Rank
Petroleum consumption Petroleum consumption per capita Petroleum consumption Petroleum consumption per capita
State Million barrels State Barrels State Trillion Btu State Million Btu
1 Texas 1,537.4 Louisiana 84.9 Texas 6,729.5 Louisiana 365.9
2 California 628.1 Alaska 61.0 California 3,385.3 Alaska 345.8
3 Louisiana 389.4 Texas 51.2 Florida 1,893.2 Wyoming 254.5
4 Florida 356.2 Wyoming 46.1 Louisiana 1,678.6 North Dakota 224.9
5 New York 256.3 North Dakota 41.5 New York 1,374.0 Texas 224.1
6 Illinois 227.1 Hawaii 30.2 Illinois 1,192.2 Hawaii 171.0
7 Pennsylvania 224.9 Montana 30.0 Pennsylvania 1,149.7 Montana 161.2
8 Ohio 203.0 Iowa 28.4 Ohio 1,077.6 Iowa 139.7
9 Georgia 185.2 South Dakota 25.7 Georgia 981.1 Mississippi 136.1
10 North Carolina 181.7 Kentucky 25.6 North Carolina 948.0 South Dakota 135.8
11 Michigan 165.8 Mississippi 25.3 Michigan 862.4 Oklahoma 134.2
12 Virginia 157.6 Oklahoma 24.7 Virginia 833.2 Kentucky 133.1
13 New Jersey 150.1 Maine 23.6 New Jersey 801.8 New Mexico 125.5
14 Tennessee 139.0 Nebraska 23.4 Washington 750.2 Nebraska 125.2
15 Washington 137.2 New Mexico 23.3 Tennessee 740.2 Maine 124.1
16 Indiana 135.6 Alabama 22.7 Indiana 727.7 Kansas 122.0
17 Missouri 121.6 Kansas 22.5 Arizona 638.7 Alabama 119.9
18 Arizona 120.2 West Virginia 22.5 Missouri 634.9 West Virginia 118.5
19 Minnesota 115.9 Vermont 22.3 Minnesota 609.6 Vermont 114.5
20 Kentucky 115.5 New Hampshire 21.7 Alabama 608.6 Delaware 114.1
21 Alabama 115.3 Delaware 21.2 Kentucky 600.7 Arkansas 112.1
22 Colorado 111.3 Arkansas 21.0 Colorado 591.1 New Hampshire 110.8
23 Wisconsin 108.0 Minnesota 20.3 Wisconsin 560.5 Minnesota 106.7
24 Massachusetts 103.5 Indiana 19.9 Massachusetts 550.2 Indiana 106.5
25 Oklahoma 99.3 Tennessee 19.7 Oklahoma 539.4 Tennessee 105.0
26 South Carolina 98.5 Missouri 19.7 South Carolina 519.3 Missouri 102.8
27 Iowa 91.0 Idaho 19.1 Iowa 446.9 Idaho 101.5
28 Maryland 82.5 Colorado 19.1 Maryland 432.1 Colorado 101.2
29 Mississippi 74.4 South Carolina 18.6 Mississippi 399.9 Nevada 99.0
30 Kansas 66.0 Nevada 18.5 Kansas 358.3 South Carolina 98.3
31 Oregon 65.2 Wisconsin 18.3 Oregon 346.4 Utah 98.0
32 Arkansas 63.9 Virginia 18.2 Arkansas 341.6 Washington 96.4
33 Utah 61.4 Utah 18.1 Utah 331.5 Virginia 96.0
34 Connecticut 59.9 Illinois 18.1 Connecticut 317.3 Wisconsin 95.2
35 Nevada 58.7 Washington 17.6 Nevada 314.6 Illinois 94.8
36 New Mexico 49.2 Pennsylvania 17.3 New Mexico 265.2 Ohio 91.6
37 Nebraska 46.1 Ohio 17.3 Alaska 253.5 Georgia 89.9
38 Alaska 44.8 North Carolina 17.0 Nebraska 246.4 North Carolina 88.6
39 Hawaii 43.4 Georgia 17.0 Hawaii 246.2 Pennsylvania 88.6
40 West Virginia 39.8 Connecticut 16.6 West Virginia 210.2 Connecticut 87.9
41 Idaho 37.1 Michigan 16.5 Idaho 196.7 Arizona 86.7
42 Montana 33.6 Arizona 16.3 Montana 181.0 California 86.7
43 Maine 32.9 New Jersey 16.2 North Dakota 175.2 New Jersey 86.6
44 North Dakota 32.3 California 16.1 Maine 172.4 Michigan 86.0
45 New Hampshire 30.3 Florida 16.0 New Hampshire 155.0 Florida 85.1
46 Wyoming 26.8 Oregon 15.4 Wyoming 148.1 Oregon 81.7
47 South Dakota 23.4 Massachusetts 14.8 South Dakota 123.6 Massachusetts 78.8
48 Delaware 21.6 Rhode Island 14.1 Delaware 116.4 Rhode Island 75.4
49 Rhode Island 15.4 Maryland 13.4 Rhode Island 82.4 Maryland 70.1
50 Vermont 14.4 New York 13.0 Vermont 74.1 New York 69.8
51 District of Columbia 3.5 District of Columbia 5.2 District of Columbia 18.9 District of Columbia 28.2
United States 7,303.7 United States 21.9 United States 36,943.7 United States 110.9
Note: Petroleum includes biofuels blended into petroleum products and biofuels product supplied. U.S. total includes other biofuels not allocated to the states.
Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
Data Source: Table by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System based on population data from the U.S. Census Bureau. See Technical Notes. http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/