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Table C12. Primary Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2019

Table C12. Primary Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2019


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 992.7 Texas 4,779.5 Texas 6,856.6 Illinois 1,031.0 California 1,276.8
2 Indiana 821.5 California 2,217.2 California 3,399.7 Pennsylvania 869.1 Texas 1,071.0
3 West Virginia 621.7 Louisiana 1,979.8 Florida 1,815.8 South Carolina 585.8 Washington 798.0
4 Ohio 594.3 Pennsylvania 1,671.3 Louisiana 1,733.2 New York 468.5 Iowa 509.2
5 Illinois 591.9 Florida 1,578.2 New York 1,401.4 Alabama 455.9 New York 497.9
6 Missouri 584.7 New York 1,333.0 Illinois 1,238.1 North Carolina 437.7 Oregon 443.2
7 Kentucky 574.5 Ohio 1,257.5 Pennsylvania 1,141.1 Texas 431.2 Oklahoma 347.2
8 Pennsylvania 568.8 Illinois 1,178.9 Ohio 1,074.9 Tennessee 373.0 Florida 315.5
9 Michigan 447.8 Michigan 1,054.4 Georgia 1,007.5 Georgia 350.8 Georgia 314.0
10 Wyoming 410.2 Indiana 933.9 North Carolina 906.5 Michigan 343.6 Alabama 298.6
11 North Dakota 372.0 Oklahoma 861.8 Michigan 887.4 Arizona 333.3 Minnesota 295.7
12 North Carolina 318.2 New Jersey 789.3 New Jersey 848.6 Virginia 308.0 Illinois 290.7
13 Alabama 317.2 Georgia 787.4 Virginia 835.0 Florida 303.9 North Carolina 275.5
14 Wisconsin 280.1 Alabama 748.1 Washington 793.1 New Jersey 278.1 Michigan 243.8
15 Colorado 273.3 Virginia 717.8 Tennessee 720.9 Ohio 177.6 Kansas 238.0
16 Georgia 273.1 Wisconsin 592.4 Indiana 712.6 Connecticut 174.7 Pennsylvania 234.3
17 Utah 267.0 Mississippi 580.2 Minnesota 628.6 California 168.8 Wisconsin 201.4
18 Iowa 266.4 North Carolina 569.4 Missouri 624.3 Maryland 156.8 Nebraska 199.2
19 Arizona 257.7 Colorado 559.8 Kentucky 612.0 Minnesota 147.3 Tennessee 191.2
20 Nebraska 240.4 Minnesota 549.1 Arizona 603.9 Louisiana 146.0 Indiana 185.1
21 Arkansas 239.8 Arizona 483.7 Massachusetts 577.1 Arkansas 141.7 Colorado 177.8
22 Florida 233.5 Massachusetts 441.4 Wisconsin 549.5 Mississippi 115.2 Arizona 174.6
23 Tennessee 216.9 Iowa 432.1 Colorado 532.1 New Hampshire 113.9 Idaho 171.5
24 Minnesota 205.1 Tennessee 414.6 Alabama 526.2 Wisconsin 104.7 Virginia 169.9
25 Kansas 197.8 Washington 378.2 Oklahoma 517.1 Kansas 96.6 South Dakota 166.6
26 South Carolina 160.7 Arkansas 371.1 South Carolina 512.3 Missouri 96.0 South Carolina 166.4
27 Montana 159.2 Kentucky 356.1 Maryland 473.7 Washington 92.6 North Dakota 163.3
28 New Mexico 151.5 Alaska 354.3 Iowa 426.1 Nebraska 72.6 Ohio 158.9
29 Oklahoma 94.0 South Carolina 342.9 Mississippi 379.6 Iowa 54.7 Maine 154.6
30 Louisiana 90.7 Missouri 327.1 Kansas 351.1 Massachusetts 22.7 Louisiana 150.5
31 Virginia 85.1 Kansas 316.9 Oregon 330.8 Alaska 0.0 Montana 133.9
32 Washington 80.8 Nevada 315.5 Arkansas 328.7 Colorado 0.0 Arkansas 132.2
33 Maryland 77.3 Maryland 311.2 Utah 307.3 Delaware 0.0 Nevada 125.1
34 Mississippi 51.0 New Mexico 305.1 Connecticut 305.7 District of Columbia 0.0 Missouri 120.8
35 Nevada 37.2 Oregon 302.0 Nevada 302.1 Hawaii 0.0 New Mexico 105.1
36 South Dakota 31.4 Connecticut 293.1 Hawaii 263.2 Idaho 0.0 Kentucky 101.6
37 California 30.9 Utah 275.8 New Mexico 261.5 Indiana 0.0 Massachusetts 99.5
38 Oregon 27.4 West Virginia 238.0 Nebraska 241.9 Kentucky 0.0 New Jersey 85.0
39 Alaska 17.6 Nebraska 198.8 Alaska 219.6 Maine 0.0 Maryland 79.9
40 Hawaii 14.2 Wyoming 166.4 West Virginia 209.2 Montana 0.0 Mississippi 70.1
41 New Jersey 13.8 North Dakota 144.4 North Dakota 186.6 Nevada 0.0 New Hampshire 62.4
42 New York 13.6 Idaho 133.2 Idaho 182.3 New Mexico 0.0 Utah 60.1
43 New Hampshire 4.2 Rhode Island 97.6 Montana 177.1 North Dakota 0.0 Wyoming 57.1
44 Idaho 2.4 South Dakota 97.4 Maine 166.5 Oklahoma 0.0 West Virginia 49.7
45 Delaware 2.2 Delaware 93.4 Wyoming 156.5 Oregon 0.0 Connecticut 48.9
46 Maine 2.2 Montana 92.6 New Hampshire 152.6 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 43.8
47 Connecticut 0.9 New Hampshire 55.3 Delaware 118.4 South Dakota 0.0 Hawaii 29.9
48 Massachusetts 0.1 Maine 46.3 South Dakota 115.0 Utah 0.0 Alaska 23.6
49 District of Columbia (s) District of Columbia 31.6 Rhode Island 77.5 Vermont 0.0 Rhode Island 11.8
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 14.4 Vermont 77.4 West Virginia 0.0 Delaware 8.5
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 0.2 District of Columbia 18.8 Wyoming 0.0 District of Columbia 3.1
United States 11,314.8 United States 32,169.8 United States 36,885.1 United States 8,451.9 United States 11,332.5
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.