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Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2016

Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2016


Rank
Coal Natural Gas a Petroleum b Retail Electricity Sales
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,323.1 Texas 4,155.6 Texas 6,527.3 Texas 1,360.2
2 Indiana 948.4 California 2,248.4 California 3,607.5 California 876.4
3 Ohio 825.3 Louisiana 1,697.9 Louisiana 1,923.9 Florida 804.3
4 West Virginia 752.0 Florida 1,414.1 Florida 1,691.4 Ohio 513.8
5 Kentucky 736.6 Pennsylvania 1,363.8 New York 1,351.9 New York 504.3
6 Pennsylvania 734.8 New York 1,335.1 Illinois 1,285.4 Pennsylvania 495.9
7 Illinois 702.5 Illinois 1,056.1 Pennsylvania 1,185.2 Illinois 481.3
8 Missouri 639.9 Ohio 997.2 Ohio 1,159.0 Georgia 471.2
9 Michigan 471.2 Michigan 927.5 New Jersey 1,003.6 North Carolina 458.6
10 Wyoming 457.3 New Jersey 795.4 Georgia 900.3 Virginia 383.1
11 Florida 426.2 Indiana 783.1 Michigan 890.9 Michigan 356.4
12 Alabama 410.2 Oklahoma 738.4 North Carolina 855.6 Indiana 353.8
13 Georgia 399.3 Georgia 728.6 Washington 848.6 Tennessee 343.8
14 North Dakota 394.6 Alabama 715.7 Virginia 800.6 Louisiana 312.0
15 North Carolina 381.8 Virginia 572.1 Indiana 790.8 Washington 303.3
16 Tennessee 379.8 Mississippi 563.4 Tennessee 739.4 Alabama 301.0
17 Wisconsin 357.3 North Carolina 540.2 Missouri 650.7 South Carolina 271.5
18 Arizona 323.9 Colorado 505.2 Minnesota 625.7 Missouri 268.2
19 Colorado 321.5 Wisconsin 499.6 Kentucky 616.5 Arizona 266.9
20 Iowa 298.0 Minnesota 466.5 Massachusetts 583.3 New Jersey 257.1
21 Utah 269.0 Massachusetts 442.7 Alabama 577.0 Kentucky 254.4
22 Minnesota 261.2 Arizona 371.5 Arizona 556.9 Wisconsin 237.9
23 Kansas 253.1 Iowa 348.6 Oklahoma 551.3 Minnesota 227.1
24 Arkansas 246.4 Tennessee 339.3 Wisconsin 549.6 Oklahoma 209.9
25 Nebraska 240.5 Alaska 330.9 South Carolina 545.1 Maryland 209.3
26 Virginia 222.9 Washington 324.9 Mississippi 496.9 Colorado 187.0
27 South Carolina 221.9 Nevada 316.0 Colorado 490.5 Massachusetts 182.5
28 Oklahoma 221.8 Arkansas 315.7 Maryland 471.5 Mississippi 167.4
29 New Mexico 197.1 South Carolina 284.2 Iowa 448.9 Iowa 165.2
30 Maryland 162.9 Kentucky 284.1 Kansas 356.5 Oregon 161.6
31 Montana 161.9 Kansas 278.1 Oregon 346.0 Arkansas 157.6
32 Louisiana 140.5 Missouri 273.6 Arkansas 341.6 Kansas 139.2
33 Mississippi 61.2 New Mexico 259.6 Connecticut 311.4 Nevada 123.3
34 Washington 53.3 Connecticut 254.7 Utah 303.8 West Virginia 109.4
35 California 32.1 Utah 250.9 Nevada 255.2 Nebraska 103.0
36 Nevada 30.8 Oregon 249.8 New Mexico 246.4 Utah 103.0
37 New York 29.7 Maryland 230.3 Nebraska 245.9 Connecticut 98.7
38 South Dakota 26.7 West Virginia 187.5 Hawaii 238.9 Idaho 78.7
39 Massachusetts 20.1 Nebraska 173.0 Alaska 233.0 New Mexico 78.6
40 Oregon 19.4 Wyoming 133.0 West Virginia 208.5 North Dakota 63.2
41 New Jersey 17.5 Delaware 113.6 Maine 197.6 Wyoming 56.5
42 Alaska 16.6 North Dakota 111.0 Idaho 184.6 Montana 48.1
43 Hawaii 16.4 Idaho 110.3 Montana 172.1 South Dakota 41.4
44 Delaware 8.2 Rhode Island 88.9 North Dakota 171.2 Maine 39.1
45 New Hampshire 5.3 South Dakota 85.6 Wyoming 159.3 District of Columbia 38.9
46 Idaho 2.4 Montana 77.6 New Hampshire 152.2 Delaware 38.4
47 Connecticut 2.3 New Hampshire 59.5 South Dakota 119.3 New Hampshire 37.2
48 Maine 2.2 Maine 54.5 Delaware 107.3 Hawaii 32.2
49 District of Columbia (s) District of Columbia 30.1 Vermont 81.2 Rhode Island 25.7
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 12.4 Rhode Island 79.1 Alaska 20.9
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 3.0 District of Columbia 20.6 Vermont 18.8
United States 14,227.1 United States 28,498.6 United States 37,257.1 United States 12,837.5
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas.
bPetroleum products that are consumed; include fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
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.