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Table C11. Primary Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2017

Table C11. Primary Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2017


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 1,452.0 Texas 3,994.2 Texas 6,513.2 Illinois 1,016.5 California 1,229.7
2 Indiana 929.3 California 2,188.7 California 3,534.2 Pennsylvania 870.2 Washington 966.7
3 Ohio 811.0 Louisiana 1,717.5 Louisiana 2,003.1 South Carolina 568.4 Texas 876.5
4 West Virginia 710.4 Florida 1,418.2 Florida 1,633.6 Alabama 446.1 Oregon 505.0
5 Missouri 709.8 Pennsylvania 1,403.7 New York 1,290.6 North Carolina 443.2 New York 483.9
6 Illinois 685.0 New York 1,280.1 Illinois 1,241.9 New York 441.0 Iowa 455.0
7 Pennsylvania 669.5 Illinois 1,035.0 Pennsylvania 1,201.1 Texas 403.5 Florida 301.0
8 Kentucky 639.4 Ohio 1,014.8 Ohio 1,111.2 New Jersey 355.9 Minnesota 288.3
9 Michigan 499.4 Michigan 908.8 Georgia 916.9 Georgia 352.6 Georgia 285.5
10 Wyoming 458.5 Indiana 748.0 New Jersey 907.3 Michigan 338.7 Oklahoma 278.8
11 Florida 407.5 New Jersey 734.1 Michigan 847.3 Arizona 338.2 Alabama 275.7
12 North Dakota 397.9 Georgia 708.7 North Carolina 818.3 Tennessee 332.8 Illinois 266.0
13 Wisconsin 388.6 Oklahoma 691.7 Washington 795.1 Virginia 319.6 Louisiana 245.7
14 Alabama 378.9 Alabama 681.5 Virginia 758.0 Florida 304.8 North Carolina 238.5
15 North Carolina 350.3 Virginia 596.7 Indiana 735.6 California 187.2 Michigan 238.0
16 Georgia 344.3 Mississippi 543.7 Tennessee 715.5 Ohio 185.0 Pennsylvania 233.1
17 Tennessee 334.6 North Carolina 519.9 Missouri 603.8 Connecticut 172.6 Kansas 215.6
18 Arizona 334.5 Wisconsin 504.5 Minnesota 581.9 Louisiana 161.2 Wisconsin 191.3
19 Colorado 315.8 Minnesota 466.6 Kentucky 581.2 Maryland 158.0 Nebraska 185.5
20 Iowa 300.3 Massachusetts 462.7 Oklahoma 555.2 Minnesota 145.4 Tennessee 184.7
21 Utah 274.8 Colorado 461.8 Massachusetts 553.1 Arkansas 132.7 Indiana 176.4
22 Arkansas 267.6 Iowa 376.3 Alabama 536.6 Kansas 111.4 Idaho 173.1
23 Minnesota 257.6 Washington 351.3 Arizona 531.9 New Hampshire 104.5 Arizona 169.6
24 Nebraska 233.8 Alaska 343.9 South Carolina 529.2 Wisconsin 100.9 North Dakota 161.0
25 Kansas 216.7 Arizona 336.0 Wisconsin 519.8 Missouri 86.9 Colorado 160.2
26 New Mexico 199.1 Tennessee 331.7 Mississippi 494.3 Washington 85.0 Virginia 160.0
27 Oklahoma 198.3 Arkansas 317.6 Colorado 480.5 Mississippi 77.0 Maine 158.2
28 South Carolina 192.8 Nevada 306.4 Maryland 442.1 Nebraska 72.3 Ohio 148.2
29 Virginia 159.8 Kentucky 296.9 Iowa 411.3 Iowa 54.5 South Carolina 147.5
30 Montana 156.1 South Carolina 285.5 Kansas 338.2 Massachusetts 52.8 Montana 140.6
31 Louisiana 142.3 Kansas 278.6 Oregon 335.1 West Virginia 0.0 South Dakota 140.0
32 Maryland 107.0 Missouri 264.8 Arkansas 326.7 Vermont 0.0 Arkansas 116.2
33 Washington 61.7 Oregon 262.8 Utah 298.4 Utah 0.0 Nevada 108.6
34 Mississippi 53.8 New Mexico 249.9 Connecticut 298.3 South Dakota 0.0 Kentucky 97.3
35 California 33.7 Connecticut 246.3 Nevada 256.7 Colorado 0.0 Massachusetts 96.3
36 Nevada 27.3 Maryland 232.5 New Mexico 251.6 Rhode Island 0.0 Missouri 95.2
37 South Dakota 26.1 Utah 231.3 Nebraska 238.2 District of Columbia 0.0 New Jersey 82.5
38 New York 19.6 West Virginia 202.9 Hawaii 237.8 Delaware 0.0 Maryland 78.6
39 Oregon 18.7 Nebraska 175.6 Alaska 224.2 Oregon 0.0 New Mexico 76.3
40 New Jersey 16.5 Wyoming 134.0 West Virginia 193.6 Oklahoma 0.0 Mississippi 70.2
41 Alaska 16.4 Idaho 116.0 North Dakota 185.9 Montana 0.0 New Hampshire 65.4
42 Hawaii 14.9 North Dakota 112.1 Maine 185.7 Idaho 0.0 Utah 63.7
43 Massachusetts 12.4 Delaware 103.1 Idaho 176.9 Alaska 0.0 Wyoming 59.0
44 Delaware 4.8 Rhode Island 94.8 Montana 172.5 Nevada 0.0 West Virginia 48.3
45 New Hampshire 3.6 South Dakota 85.2 Wyoming 157.9 Indiana 0.0 Connecticut 45.2
46 Idaho 2.6 Montana 83.3 New Hampshire 153.1 New Mexico 0.0 Vermont 40.5
47 Connecticut 2.5 New Hampshire 53.7 South Dakota 112.1 Kentucky 0.0 Hawaii 30.5
48 Maine 2.2 Maine 45.1 Delaware 102.8 North Dakota 0.0 Alaska 23.7
49 District of Columbia (s) District of Columbia 31.4 Vermont 78.3 Maine 0.0 Rhode Island 9.0
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 12.3 Rhode Island 77.0 Wyoming 0.0 Delaware 7.6
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 0.2 District of Columbia 17.0 Hawaii 0.0 District of Columbia 2.2
United States 13,839.6 United States 28,042.0 United States 36,261.8 United States 8,419.0 United States 10,895.5
aExcludes supplemental gaseous fuels.
bExcludes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
cIncludes conventional hydroelectric power, biomass (wood and biomass waste, fuel ethanol, and losses and co-products from fuel ethanol production), 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.