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Table C12. Primary energy consumption estimates by source, ranked by state, 2022

Table C12. Primary energy consumption estimates by source, ranked by state, 2022


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 932.6 Texas 4,977.4 Texas 6,572.7 Illinois 1,031.1 California 882.0
2 Indiana 719.2 California 2,130.9 California 3,044.7 Pennsylvania 794.3 Texas 742.8
3 Missouri 566.9 Louisiana 2,073.7 Florida 1,810.6 South Carolina 567.0 Washington 426.1
4 Ohio 539.6 Pennsylvania 1,936.6 Louisiana 1,655.1 North Carolina 444.7 Iowa 417.9
5 West Virginia 536.6 Florida 1,659.7 New York 1,319.9 Alabama 441.3 Florida 300.7
6 Kentucky 523.3 Ohio 1,421.8 Illinois 1,140.1 Texas 433.9 Georgia 286.8
7 Illinois 497.0 New York 1,402.2 Pennsylvania 1,104.6 Tennessee 371.6 New York 270.7
8 Pennsylvania 435.5 Illinois 1,136.9 Ohio 1,031.4 Georgia 355.4 Oregon 247.5
9 Michigan 423.5 Michigan 1,087.6 Georgia 938.6 Arizona 333.1 Illinois 245.1
10 Wyoming 390.3 Indiana 913.4 North Carolina 903.4 Florida 320.9 Alabama 232.5
11 North Dakota 369.3 Georgia 812.4 Michigan 822.2 New Jersey 295.3 Minnesota 230.4
12 Alabama 297.7 Alabama 787.2 Virginia 797.0 Virginia 294.1 Michigan 200.3
13 Utah 237.9 Oklahoma 782.2 New Jersey 768.6 New York 279.6 North Carolina 192.2
14 Colorado 233.3 New Jersey 755.0 Washington 723.7 Michigan 271.3 Oklahoma 188.6
15 Wisconsin 232.5 North Carolina 747.2 Tennessee 706.9 California 183.5 Pennsylvania 184.8
16 Iowa 227.9 Virginia 665.9 Indiana 696.3 Ohio 175.5 Indiana 170.3
17 Kansas 226.7 Mississippi 622.2 Arizona 609.0 Connecticut 171.7 Nebraska 168.6
18 Nebraska 223.6 Wisconsin 621.9 Missouri 603.9 Louisiana 168.6 Virginia 165.5
19 Arkansas 211.7 Minnesota 533.9 Kentucky 578.3 Maryland 154.5 Wisconsin 159.7
20 Tennessee 204.7 Colorado 524.7 Alabama 576.6 Minnesota 153.3 Kansas 152.5
21 Minnesota 184.5 Arizona 468.0 Minnesota 573.2 Arkansas 149.4 Ohio 144.6
22 Georgia 180.9 Tennessee 440.0 Colorado 568.9 New Hampshire 113.9 South Carolina 143.1
23 Florida 172.0 Alaska 437.9 Wisconsin 533.6 Wisconsin 105.1 Louisiana 133.5
24 North Carolina 163.0 Iowa 433.7 Massachusetts 526.8 Washington 102.7 South Dakota 130.0
25 Arizona 154.0 Massachusetts 432.4 Oklahoma 519.3 Kansas 93.7 Colorado 121.1
26 South Carolina 151.0 Kentucky 402.5 South Carolina 494.2 Missouri 92.6 Tennessee 113.1
27 New Mexico 138.1 Arkansas 397.7 Iowa 424.5 Mississippi 89.7 Arizona 102.4
28 Montana 131.3 Washington 381.9 Maryland 410.7 Nebraska 58.6 Missouri 101.8
29 Oklahoma 106.9 South Carolina 361.2 Mississippi 382.0 Alaska 0.0 Maine 101.8
30 Louisiana 96.9 Missouri 322.5 Kansas 345.0 Colorado 0.0 North Dakota 97.8
31 Virginia 67.7 Kansas 318.0 Arkansas 325.5 Delaware 0.0 Arkansas 88.2
32 Mississippi 66.2 Maryland 310.1 Utah 320.4 District of Columbia 0.0 Idaho 86.2
33 Maryland 61.9 Connecticut 307.2 Oregon 319.2 Hawaii 0.0 New Mexico 82.0
34 Washington 42.2 Nevada 302.3 Connecticut 303.3 Idaho 0.0 Kentucky 81.0
35 Nevada 35.8 New Mexico 302.0 Nevada 302.2 Indiana 0.0 Massachusetts 75.1
36 California 30.0 Oregon 297.6 New Mexico 253.9 Iowa 0.0 Nevada 73.3
37 South Dakota 24.8 Utah 287.0 Alaska 252.4 Kentucky 0.0 Montana 68.5
38 Alaska 18.6 West Virginia 284.8 Hawaii 241.9 Maine 0.0 Mississippi 65.3
39 Hawaii 7.7 Nebraska 198.7 Nebraska 236.2 Massachusetts 0.0 New Jersey 65.0
40 New Jersey 6.2 North Dakota 193.2 West Virginia 202.3 Montana 0.0 Maryland 48.0
41 New York 6.1 Wyoming 172.5 Idaho 189.2 Nevada 0.0 Wyoming 45.4
42 New Hampshire 3.9 Idaho 141.9 Montana 176.0 New Mexico 0.0 New Hampshire 40.0
43 Idaho 1.9 South Dakota 103.2 North Dakota 169.6 North Dakota 0.0 Connecticut 39.0
44 Delaware 1.8 Montana 94.0 Maine 166.4 Oklahoma 0.0 Utah 36.7
45 Maine 1.3 Rhode Island 93.8 New Hampshire 148.6 Oregon 0.0 Vermont 30.6
46 Oregon 1.1 Delaware 89.7 Wyoming 144.5 Rhode Island 0.0 West Virginia 30.5
47 Connecticut 0.0 Maine 62.6 South Dakota 118.1 South Dakota 0.0 Hawaii 20.6
48 District of Columbia 0.0 New Hampshire 60.1 Delaware 111.9 Utah 0.0 Alaska 15.1
49 Massachusetts 0.0 District of Columbia 30.2 Rhode Island 79.0 Vermont 0.0 Rhode Island 10.9
50 Rhode Island 0.0 Vermont 14.0 Vermont 71.5 West Virginia 0.0 Delaware 7.2
51 Vermont 0.0 Hawaii 0.2 District of Columbia 18.0 Wyoming 0.0 District of Columbia 2.6
United States 9,885.7 United States 33,334.1 United States 35,331.9 United States 8,046.4 United States 8,090.8
aExcludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas.
bExcludes biofuels blended into petroleum products.
cIncludes biomass (wood, biomass waste, biodiesel, fuel ethanol, renewable diesel, and losses and co-products from biofuel production), conventional hydroelectric power, geothermal, solar thermal and photovoltaic,
and wind energy. U.S. total includes other biofuels not allocated to the states.
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.
Data Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System. See Technical Notes. http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/