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Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2015

Table C11. Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2015


Rank
Coal Natural Gas a Petroleum b Retail Electricity Sales
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,340.4 Texas 4,267.4 Texas 6,291.8 Texas 1,338.7
2 Indiana 1,007.5 California 2,381.7 California 3,491.7 California 891.1
3 Pennsylvania 878.8 Louisiana 1,589.5 Louisiana 2,100.9 Florida 803.9
4 Ohio 865.7 New York 1,397.4 Florida 1,688.4 Ohio 509.1
5 Illinois 850.4 Florida 1,366.3 New York 1,346.0 New York 508.1
6 Kentucky 796.5 Pennsylvania 1,344.7 Illinois 1,315.2 Pennsylvania 499.3
7 West Virginia 730.9 Ohio 1,034.5 Pennsylvania 1,212.8 Illinois 473.0
8 Missouri 696.4 Illinois 1,022.2 Ohio 1,169.5 Georgia 463.6
9 Michigan 617.3 Michigan 872.2 New Jersey 1,015.0 North Carolina 456.7
10 Alabama 494.3 New Jersey 779.3 Georgia 917.0 Virginia 382.2
11 Wyoming 487.2 Indiana 738.0 Michigan 880.1 Indiana 356.6
12 Florida 466.5 Georgia 712.6 North Carolina 826.5 Michigan 349.7
13 Wisconsin 408.2 Oklahoma 712.4 Virginia 804.0 Tennessee 339.9
14 North Dakota 408.1 Alabama 696.4 Indiana 803.6 Louisiana 312.8
15 North Carolina 405.5 Mississippi 534.1 Washington 769.1 Washington 307.5
16 Georgia 394.7 Virginia 525.3 Tennessee 710.6 Alabama 303.1
17 Arizona 385.8 North Carolina 516.0 Missouri 644.9 Missouri 278.1
18 Tennessee 370.6 Colorado 496.8 Kentucky 607.8 South Carolina 277.5
19 Iowa 348.3 Wisconsin 477.0 Minnesota 594.4 Arizona 263.9
20 Colorado 340.1 Massachusetts 457.5 Massachusetts 585.0 Kentucky 259.4
21 Utah 330.0 Minnesota 448.6 Wisconsin 552.2 New Jersey 257.6
22 Oklahoma 280.7 Arizona 365.5 Oklahoma 549.0 Wisconsin 234.4
23 Kansas 273.4 Alaska 337.1 Alabama 546.4 Minnesota 227.2
24 Minnesota 271.6 Iowa 334.8 South Carolina 531.6 Maryland 210.8
25 Nebraska 266.3 Washington 328.0 Arizona 530.8 Oklahoma 209.3
26 South Carolina 241.2 Tennessee 322.4 Maryland 497.7 Massachusetts 186.4
27 Virginia 232.4 Nevada 312.6 Colorado 484.2 Colorado 184.6
28 Arkansas 226.9 Arkansas 296.7 Mississippi 445.1 Mississippi 166.1
29 New Mexico 215.7 South Carolina 282.2 Iowa 433.3 Oregon 161.3
30 Montana 178.4 Kentucky 274.7 Kansas 355.0 Iowa 160.9
31 Louisiana 174.2 Missouri 270.9 Oregon 339.2 Arkansas 158.5
32 Maryland 166.0 Connecticut 260.9 Arkansas 327.6 Kansas 136.0
33 Mississippi 71.6 Kansas 260.1 Connecticut 327.3 Nevada 122.9
34 Washington 58.3 New Mexico 260.0 Utah 285.5 West Virginia 110.2
35 New York 41.2 Oregon 244.8 New Mexico 246.5 Utah 103.0
36 Nevada 36.6 Utah 240.9 Alaska 244.1 Nebraska 100.6
37 California 31.0 Maryland 226.9 Nebraska 243.2 Connecticut 100.6
38 Oregon 26.5 West Virginia 192.8 Hawaii 241.7 New Mexico 78.8
39 Massachusetts 24.2 Nebraska 170.4 Nevada 230.4 Idaho 78.7
40 New Jersey 22.9 Wyoming 147.0 Maine 202.7 North Dakota 61.9
41 South Dakota 19.6 Idaho 107.9 North Dakota 198.2 Wyoming 57.7
42 Alaska 19.5 Delaware 107.8 West Virginia 195.0 Montana 48.5
43 Hawaii 15.6 North Dakota 103.7 Idaho 178.3 South Dakota 41.3
44 New Hampshire 11.0 Rhode Island 96.5 Montana 171.0 Maine 40.6
45 Delaware 7.1 South Dakota 83.3 Wyoming 163.2 Delaware 39.2
46 Connecticut 6.5 Montana 74.6 New Hampshire 156.0 District of Columbia 38.5
47 Idaho 4.2 New Hampshire 70.8 South Dakota 119.0 New Hampshire 37.5
48 Maine 2.6 Maine 54.2 Delaware 106.4 Hawaii 32.5
49 District of Columbia (s) District of Columbia 33.7 Rhode Island 90.3 Rhode Island 26.2
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 12.2 Vermont 84.4 Alaska 21.0
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 2.9 District of Columbia 21.9 Vermont 18.8
United States 15,549.0 United States 28,246.4 United States 36,871.3 United States 12,825.7
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 http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.