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Table C12. Primary Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2020

Table C12. Primary Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2020


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 872.8 Texas 4,708.4 Texas 6,185.8 Illinois 1,046.8 Texas 1,150.2
2 Indiana 669.3 California 2,144.0 California 2,672.9 Pennsylvania 799.0 California 1,140.5
3 Ohio 556.8 Louisiana 1,924.4 Louisiana 1,774.0 South Carolina 571.7 Washington 884.9
4 Missouri 551.3 Pennsylvania 1,783.0 Florida 1,491.1 Alabama 454.8 Iowa 556.6
5 West Virginia 539.7 Florida 1,619.2 New York 1,064.3 North Carolina 442.0 Oregon 470.3
6 Kentucky 482.3 New York 1,305.3 Illinois 1,044.7 Texas 432.7 New York 468.5
7 Illinois 391.1 Ohio 1,233.4 Ohio 984.1 New York 401.3 Oklahoma 337.2
8 Wyoming 388.3 Illinois 1,153.7 Pennsylvania 952.3 Tennessee 383.1 Georgia 328.4
9 Pennsylvania 374.3 Michigan 1,003.4 Georgia 880.7 Georgia 342.8 Florida 316.2
10 North Dakota 363.3 Indiana 871.6 North Carolina 811.6 Arizona 329.5 Alabama 308.3
11 Michigan 334.4 Oklahoma 835.7 Michigan 756.4 Michigan 316.7 Illinois 297.4
12 Alabama 256.7 Georgia 779.4 Virginia 744.0 Virginia 314.7 North Carolina 293.3
13 Wisconsin 249.3 Virginia 748.4 New Jersey 689.5 Florida 307.2 Minnesota 286.5
14 Utah 244.3 Alabama 712.9 Tennessee 659.3 New Jersey 279.2 Kansas 260.8
15 North Carolina 223.9 New Jersey 678.9 Indiana 653.9 Ohio 190.2 Michigan 235.3
16 Colorado 217.1 Mississippi 610.3 Washington 623.0 Louisiana 177.0 Pennsylvania 218.0
17 Nebraska 213.7 Wisconsin 571.8 Missouri 577.5 California 169.8 Tennessee 212.1
18 Kansas 193.8 North Carolina 557.6 Kentucky 551.2 Connecticut 164.1 Nebraska 202.9
19 Iowa 183.0 Colorado 552.3 Arizona 547.1 Maryland 157.5 Colorado 194.3
20 Florida 180.4 Arizona 513.5 Minnesota 533.5 Arkansas 157.3 Wisconsin 183.1
21 Tennessee 176.1 Minnesota 496.0 Alabama 525.5 Minnesota 153.3 Indiana 182.5
22 Minnesota 162.7 Massachusetts 400.7 Wisconsin 494.0 Kansas 110.5 Arizona 177.7
23 Arkansas 162.0 Tennessee 398.6 Oklahoma 476.1 New Hampshire 103.0 North Dakota 176.9
24 Arizona 156.8 Iowa 396.4 South Carolina 468.4 Wisconsin 102.0 South Carolina 174.0
25 Georgia 153.2 Alaska 373.6 Massachusetts 449.9 Washington 98.4 South Dakota 171.1
26 New Mexico 139.0 Washington 355.0 Colorado 439.9 Missouri 80.8 Virginia 170.5
27 South Carolina 137.3 Kentucky 343.8 Iowa 399.7 Mississippi 67.6 Idaho 158.0
28 Montana 98.9 South Carolina 343.3 Maryland 399.5 Nebraska 64.6 Ohio 151.4
29 Virginia 75.4 Arkansas 335.4 Mississippi 369.5 Iowa 30.3 Louisiana 144.9
30 Oklahoma 70.7 Nevada 310.7 Kansas 334.9 Alaska 0.0 Montana 142.4
31 Washington 59.4 Missouri 303.9 Arkansas 315.1 Colorado 0.0 Maine 138.7
32 Mississippi 54.2 Kansas 301.4 Oregon 295.1 Delaware 0.0 Nevada 125.6
33 Maryland 49.7 Connecticut 297.6 Utah 287.1 District of Columbia 0.0 Arkansas 118.2
34 Louisiana 48.7 Maryland 296.6 Connecticut 262.8 Hawaii 0.0 Missouri 117.6
35 California 28.0 New Mexico 292.0 Nevada 246.3 Idaho 0.0 New Mexico 106.6
36 Nevada 27.8 Oregon 281.9 New Mexico 239.2 Indiana 0.0 Kentucky 100.8
37 South Dakota 21.7 Utah 266.6 Nebraska 228.5 Kentucky 0.0 Massachusetts 94.7
38 Alaska 18.5 West Virginia 265.1 Alaska 222.5 Maine 0.0 New Jersey 80.8
39 Oregon 17.8 Nebraska 192.7 Hawaii 187.6 Massachusetts 0.0 Mississippi 68.7
40 Hawaii 13.3 Wyoming 169.1 West Virginia 180.6 Montana 0.0 Wyoming 68.5
41 New Jersey 12.1 North Dakota 150.2 Idaho 177.3 Nevada 0.0 Maryland 67.0
42 New York 5.7 Idaho 129.4 Montana 175.8 New Mexico 0.0 Utah 62.0
43 Idaho 2.7 Rhode Island 101.0 North Dakota 163.5 North Dakota 0.0 New Hampshire 51.2
44 Delaware 2.0 Delaware 94.0 Maine 157.6 Oklahoma 0.0 West Virginia 48.1
45 Maine 1.7 South Dakota 91.2 Wyoming 139.8 Oregon 0.0 Connecticut 46.8
46 New Hampshire 1.5 Montana 87.5 New Hampshire 136.8 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 39.9
47 Connecticut 0.1 New Hampshire 53.6 South Dakota 119.6 South Dakota 0.0 Hawaii 31.5
48 District of Columbia 0.0 Maine 47.2 Delaware 104.8 Utah 0.0 Alaska 25.5
49 Massachusetts 0.0 District of Columbia 28.0 Vermont 70.4 Vermont 0.0 Rhode Island 13.9
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 13.6 Rhode Island 68.4 West Virginia 0.0 Delaware 7.7
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 0.2 District of Columbia 15.5 Wyoming 0.0 District of Columbia 3.0
United States 9,182.7 United States 31,523.5 United States 32,348.7 United States 8,247.9 United States 11,411.1
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.