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Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017
(Million Dollars)

Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy


Electricity
Retail
Sales




Total
Energy f



Coal


Natural
Gas a
Petroleum Biomass


Total f
Distillate
Fuel Oil

HGL b

Kerosene
Motor
Gasoline c
Residual
Fuel Oil

Total d
Wood and
Waste e
Alabama 274 64 31 (s) 98 193 1 468 2,638 3,106
Alaska 55 152 113 11 (s) 14 138 5 350 511 861
Arizona 280 75 42 (s) 197 314 3 597 3,115 3,712
Arkansas 396 43 13 (s) 51 107 3 506 1,014 1,519
California 2,079 328 189 1 1,255 1,773 22 3,874 18,552 22,426
Colorado (s) 378 70 47 (s) 144 262 9 649 2,041 2,690
Connecticut 488 122 30 1 95 3 251 4 743 1,981 2,724
Delaware 139 12 12 (s) 25 (s) 49 (s) 188 414 602
Dist. of Col. (s) 174 5 (s) (s) 8 14 (s) 189 933 1,122
Florida 673 217 123 (s) 534 874 (s) 1,546 8,882 10,428
Georgia 432 122 55 (s) 229 405 1 839 4,667 5,506
Hawaii 67 17 50 43 111 2 180 825 1,005
Idaho 131 30 20 (s) 34 83 11 225 513 738
Illinois 5 1,680 89 56 (s) 254 399 2 2,086 4,543 6,629
Indiana 7 566 57 31 1 137 225 7 805 2,495 3,300
Iowa 7 342 79 30 (s) 54 165 3 516 1,148 1,665
Kansas 323 41 17 (s) 58 116 1 440 1,667 2,107
Kentucky 2 297 49 21 (s) 78 149 4 452 1,900 2,352
Louisiana 255 48 20 (s) 75 144 (s) 399 2,193 2,591
Maine 101 126 120 2 33 2 284 13 398 475 872
Maryland 742 74 52 1 183 (s) 310 4 1,057 3,107 4,163
Massachusetts 1,112 133 37 1 147 2 319 6 1,437 4,138 5,575
Michigan 1,142 108 58 1 198 (s) 365 17 1,524 4,217 5,741
Minnesota 1 678 87 72 (s) 100 (s) 260 16 954 2,439 3,393
Mississippi 156 57 29 (s) 44 129 (s) 285 1,449 1,735
Missouri 2 489 59 54 (s) 126 239 11 741 2,858 3,599
Montana (s) 173 9 20 (s) 16 45 9 227 503 730
Nebraska 185 25 6 (s) 36 (s) 67 1 253 822 1,075
Nevada 184 42 20 (s) 96 158 2 344 886 1,230
New Hampshire 106 64 71 1 32 11 178 8 293 650 943
New Jersey 1,361 128 19 (s) 222 369 3 1,733 4,663 6,397
New Mexico 156 13 19 (s) 38 70 7 232 895 1,127
New York 2,131 624 129 3 312 14 1,082 23 3,236 11,111 14,348
North Carolina 14 479 96 131 1 238 466 5 963 4,043 5,006
North Dakota 1 78 26 34 (s) 10 70 (s) 149 600 749
Ohio (s) 959 164 54 1 305 524 8 1,492 4,640 6,132
Oklahoma 319 80 24 (s) 82 186 1 507 1,662 2,169
Oregon 278 32 55 (s) 109 197 19 493 1,468 1,960
Pennsylvania 3 1,337 244 123 2 307 (s) 676 21 2,037 3,826 5,863
Rhode Island 128 31 7 (s) 21 (s) 59 1 188 548 736
South Carolina 213 49 49 (s) 118 (s) 216 1 430 2,301 2,731
South Dakota 68 8 15 (s) 13 37 1 105 460 565
Tennessee 429 75 28 (s) 131 235 3 666 3,559 4,225
Texas 1,271 200 102 (s) 471 773 1 2,045 11,352 13,397
Utah 305 39 15 (s) 45 99 3 407 1,015 1,422
Vermont 44 49 36 (s) 14 2 101 9 154 289 443
Virginia 4 545 121 122 1 222 466 9 1,023 4,023 5,046
Washington 499 64 73 (s) 186 323 22 844 2,553 3,397
West Virginia 172 29 12 (s) 39 80 5 256 723 979
Wisconsin 3 597 56 55 (s) 120 231 12 843 2,571 3,414
Wyoming 1 97 21 17 (s) 9 46 3 147 365 512

United States
105 25,658 4,517 2,454 20 7,408 34 14,433 322 40,519 144,242 184,761
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural
gas.
— = No consumption.
bHydrocarbon gas liquids, assumed to be propane only. Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars.
cMotor gasoline as it is consumed; includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Notes: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding. · The commercial sector
includes commercial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and commercial electricity-only plants.
dIncludes small amounts of petroleum coke not shown separately. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
eWood, wood-derived fuels, and biomass waste. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.
fThere are no direct fuel costs for hydroelectric, geothermal, solar, or wind energy.