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

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


Rank
Coal Natural Gas a Petroleum b Electricity Retail Sales
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 Texas 1,452.0 Texas 3,994.2 Texas 6,636.3 Texas 1,371.2
2 Indiana 929.3 California 2,188.7 California 3,666.9 California 877.8
3 Ohio 811.0 Louisiana 1,717.5 Louisiana 2,022.0 Florida 795.5
4 West Virginia 710.4 Florida 1,418.2 Florida 1,706.5 Ohio 500.3
5 Missouri 709.8 Pennsylvania 1,403.7 New York 1,338.5 New York 494.7
6 Illinois 685.0 New York 1,280.1 Illinois 1,282.3 Pennsylvania 487.9
7 Pennsylvania 669.5 Illinois 1,047.7 Pennsylvania 1,241.9 Illinois 468.1
8 Kentucky 639.4 Ohio 1,015.2 Ohio 1,151.9 Georgia 455.4
9 Michigan 499.4 Michigan 908.8 Georgia 957.1 North Carolina 448.4
10 Wyoming 458.5 Indiana 751.5 New Jersey 941.8 Virginia 380.5
11 Florida 407.5 New Jersey 734.1 Michigan 884.8 Michigan 347.7
12 North Dakota 397.9 Georgia 709.2 North Carolina 856.0 Indiana 337.7
13 Wisconsin 388.6 Oklahoma 691.7 Washington 819.3 Tennessee 331.8
14 Alabama 378.9 Alabama 681.5 Virginia 792.1 Washington 313.7
15 North Carolina 350.3 Virginia 596.7 Indiana 761.1 Louisiana 311.2
16 Georgia 344.3 Mississippi 543.7 Tennessee 742.8 Alabama 294.3
17 Tennessee 334.6 North Carolina 519.9 Missouri 629.8 South Carolina 266.5
18 Arizona 334.5 Wisconsin 504.5 Minnesota 609.4 Arizona 264.9
19 Colorado 315.8 Minnesota 466.6 Kentucky 599.2 Missouri 260.9
20 Iowa 300.3 Colorado 466.3 Massachusetts 577.0 New Jersey 250.4
21 Utah 274.8 Massachusetts 462.8 Oklahoma 570.5 Kentucky 247.8
22 Arkansas 267.6 Iowa 413.0 Alabama 560.1 Wisconsin 235.7
23 Minnesota 257.6 Washington 351.3 Arizona 557.0 Minnesota 229.1
24 Nebraska 233.8 Alaska 343.9 South Carolina 552.3 Oklahoma 206.4
25 Kansas 216.7 Arizona 336.0 Wisconsin 542.2 Maryland 202.3
26 New Mexico 199.1 Tennessee 331.7 Mississippi 509.1 Colorado 187.1
27 Oklahoma 198.3 Arkansas 317.6 Colorado 500.6 Massachusetts 179.2
28 South Carolina 192.8 Nevada 306.4 Maryland 465.2 Oregon 170.7
29 Virginia 159.8 Kentucky 297.0 Iowa 426.3 Iowa 166.9
30 Montana 156.1 South Carolina 285.5 Oregon 349.1 Mississippi 163.2
31 Louisiana 142.3 Kansas 278.6 Kansas 348.5 Arkansas 157.2
32 Maryland 107.0 Missouri 264.8 Arkansas 339.8 Kansas 137.5
33 Washington 61.7 Oregon 262.8 Connecticut 311.2 Nevada 125.1
34 Mississippi 53.8 New Mexico 249.9 Utah 308.8 West Virginia 108.2
35 California 33.7 Connecticut 246.3 Nevada 267.1 Utah 104.4
36 Nevada 27.3 Maryland 233.1 New Mexico 260.4 Nebraska 103.6
37 South Dakota 26.1 Utah 231.3 Nebraska 245.4 Connecticut 96.0
38 New York 19.6 West Virginia 202.9 Hawaii 241.9 Idaho 81.2
39 Oregon 18.7 Nebraska 176.4 Alaska 224.2 New Mexico 78.5
40 New Jersey 16.5 Wyoming 134.0 West Virginia 200.0 North Dakota 68.7
41 Alaska 16.4 North Dakota 118.1 Maine 191.2 Wyoming 57.2
42 Hawaii 14.9 Idaho 116.0 North Dakota 189.7 Montana 50.2
43 Massachusetts 12.4 Delaware 103.1 Idaho 183.8 South Dakota 42.0
44 Delaware 4.8 Rhode Island 94.8 Montana 177.1 Maine 38.3
45 New Hampshire 3.6 South Dakota 85.2 Wyoming 160.9 Delaware 38.0
46 Idaho 2.6 Montana 83.3 New Hampshire 159.2 District of Columbia 37.2
47 Connecticut 2.5 New Hampshire 53.7 South Dakota 116.3 New Hampshire 36.8
48 Maine 2.2 Maine 45.1 Delaware 107.1 Hawaii 31.8
49 District of Columbia (s) District of Columbia 31.4 Vermont 80.8 Rhode Island 25.2
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 12.3 Rhode Island 80.3 Alaska 21.1
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 3.0 District of Columbia 17.9 Vermont 18.5
United States 13,839.6 United States 28,111.0 United States 37,460.9 United States 12,704.1
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas.
bPetroleum products as they 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.