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Table C12. Primary Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2018

Table C12. Primary Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2018


Rank
Coal Natural Gas a Petroleum b Nuclear Total Renewable Energy c
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,189.3 Texas 4,564.1 Texas 6,998.9 Illinois 1,025.7 California 1,154.5
2 Indiana 985.7 California 2,207.4 California 3,512.8 Pennsylvania 872.7 Texas 1,009.0
3 Ohio 717.8 Louisiana 1,860.7 Louisiana 1,897.0 South Carolina 551.2 Washington 956.8
4 Illinois 704.6 Pennsylvania 1,513.2 Florida 1,688.0 New York 448.7 Oregon 496.8
5 Missouri 668.2 Florida 1,511.1 New York 1,328.9 North Carolina 439.9 New York 490.3
6 West Virginia 661.8 New York 1,393.7 Illinois 1,228.6 Texas 430.6 Iowa 463.4
7 Kentucky 655.9 Ohio 1,211.9 Pennsylvania 1,203.2 Alabama 412.6 Oklahoma 317.9
8 Pennsylvania 644.1 Illinois 1,127.5 Ohio 1,110.5 Tennessee 378.2 Florida 317.5
9 Michigan 506.1 Michigan 1,010.8 New Jersey 935.1 Georgia 359.3 Georgia 302.4
10 Wyoming 455.7 Indiana 890.4 Michigan 877.4 New Jersey 334.4 Minnesota 302.2
11 North Dakota 407.3 Oklahoma 834.6 Georgia 876.3 Arizona 325.1 Alabama 298.4
12 Alabama 377.2 New Jersey 799.6 North Carolina 838.4 Michigan 318.7 Illinois 284.7
13 Wisconsin 362.1 Alabama 770.9 Washington 801.3 Florida 306.5 North Carolina 273.2
14 Georgia 340.2 Georgia 759.3 Virginia 776.4 Virginia 305.8 Pennsylvania 251.2
15 Arizona 331.5 Virginia 666.9 Indiana 741.1 Ohio 191.5 Michigan 250.4
16 Florida 327.8 North Carolina 599.3 Tennessee 719.5 California 190.4 Kansas 220.3
17 Iowa 325.7 Mississippi 591.4 Missouri 610.7 Louisiana 179.3 Tennessee 206.0
18 North Carolina 325.1 Wisconsin 565.3 Kentucky 604.1 Connecticut 176.5 Wisconsin 199.6
19 Arkansas 304.1 Colorado 519.6 Minnesota 582.6 Maryland 156.7 Nebraska 193.5
20 Colorado 284.5 Minnesota 514.5 Massachusetts 561.5 Minnesota 152.7 Indiana 185.9
21 Utah 273.1 Massachusetts 452.6 Wisconsin 543.1 Arkansas 133.0 Virginia 181.5
22 Nebraska 264.1 Iowa 431.5 Arizona 539.5 Missouri 111.4 Idaho 178.9
23 Minnesota 261.5 Tennessee 403.5 Oklahoma 538.7 Wisconsin 105.9 Arizona 178.5
24 Tennessee 251.8 Arizona 400.6 South Carolina 529.4 New Hampshire 105.2 Colorado 164.6
25 Kansas 227.7 Arkansas 366.9 Alabama 519.6 Washington 101.5 South Carolina 163.5
26 South Carolina 205.2 Kentucky 356.5 Colorado 501.0 Kansas 95.9 North Dakota 160.5
27 Oklahoma 171.3 Alaska 346.3 Mississippi 465.2 Mississippi 72.3 Maine 160.4
28 Montana 152.3 South Carolina 336.8 Maryland 448.5 Nebraska 58.9 Ohio 158.6
29 Virginia 149.3 Washington 334.8 Iowa 413.4 Iowa 51.2 Louisiana 155.0
30 Louisiana 137.8 Missouri 329.8 Kansas 345.6 Massachusetts 46.4 South Dakota 149.5
31 New Mexico 136.8 Kansas 321.4 Oregon 332.9 Alaska 0.0 Montana 147.1
32 Maryland 124.2 Maryland 313.0 Arkansas 329.9 Colorado 0.0 Arkansas 123.8
33 Washington 61.2 Nevada 310.8 Connecticut 312.7 Delaware 0.0 Nevada 117.3
34 Mississippi 60.0 Connecticut 286.0 Utah 303.4 District of Colombia 0.0 Missouri 108.5
35 Nevada 35.0 New Mexico 281.2 Nevada 259.8 Hawaii 0.0 Massachusetts 105.2
36 California 33.3 Oregon 271.3 New Mexico 259.4 Idaho 0.0 Kentucky 102.1
37 South Dakota 27.6 Utah 253.5 Hawaii 247.2 Indiana 0.0 New Mexico 95.2
38 Alaska 17.3 West Virginia 222.9 Nebraska 242.3 Kentucky 0.0 Maryland 90.4
39 Oregon 16.9 Nebraska 196.4 Alaska 221.2 Maine 0.0 New Jersey 86.9
40 New Jersey 16.7 Wyoming 174.9 West Virginia 218.6 Montana 0.0 Mississippi 76.8
41 New York 16.7 North Dakota 130.5 North Dakota 189.9 Nevada 0.0 New Hampshire 62.1
42 Hawaii 14.4 Idaho 115.8 Idaho 180.8 New Mexico 0.0 Utah 61.3
43 New Hampshire 7.8 Rhode Island 104.7 Maine 173.6 North Dakota 0.0 Wyoming 54.9
44 Delaware 4.3 Delaware 99.4 Montana 172.7 Oklahoma 0.0 West Virginia 53.7
45 Connecticut 4.0 South Dakota 95.5 Wyoming 162.6 Oregon 0.0 Connecticut 50.4
46 Idaho 2.8 Montana 90.8 New Hampshire 155.2 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 44.2
47 Maine 2.1 New Hampshire 51.5 South Dakota 114.4 South Dakota 0.0 Hawaii 31.1
48 Massachusetts 0.1 Maine 48.4 Delaware 109.4 Utah 0.0 Alaska 25.0
49 District of Columbia (s) District of Columbia 32.6 Rhode Island 84.4 Vermont 0.0 Rhode Island 10.0
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 14.2 Vermont 76.3 West Virginia 0.0 Delaware 8.0
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 0.2 District of Columbia 19.0 Wyoming 0.0 District of Columbia 2.7
United States 13,250.0 United States 31,086.4 United States 36,901.6 United States 8,438.1 United States 11,281.6
aExcludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas.
bExcludes biofuels blended into petroleum products.
cIncludes biomass (wood and biomass waste, biodiesel and fuel ethanol, and losses and co-products from biofuel production), conventional hydroelectric power, geothermal, solar thermal and photovoltaic, and wind
energy.
Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.05 trillion Btu.
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.