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Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2018
(Million Dollars)

Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2018 (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 317 82 36 (s) 115 1 233 1 551 2,639 3,190
Alaska 54 145 152 13 (s) 16 180 5 384 492 876
Arizona 276 84 43 (s) 229 357 3 636 3,158 3,795
Arkansas 441 58 20 (s) 56 134 4 579 951 1,530
California 2,125 392 229 1 1,473 2,095 23 4,244 18,924 23,168
Colorado 382 71 42 (s) 167 279 9 670 2,106 2,776
Connecticut 537 168 51 (s) 108 2 330 4 871 2,075 2,946
Delaware 164 22 18 (s) 28 68 (s) 231 419 651
Dist. of Col. (s) 173 9 (s) (s) 9 19 1 193 986 1,179
Florida 715 257 141 (s) 591 989 (s) 1,704 8,845 10,549
Georgia 462 137 70 1 252 459 2 923 4,633 5,556
Hawaii 81 25 50 50 126 3 209 907 1,116
Idaho 115 39 25 (s) 40 103 11 229 511 740
Illinois 6 1,752 104 51 1 286 442 3 2,202 4,631 6,834
Indiana 8 635 76 47 1 154 1 279 8 931 2,576 3,507
Iowa 6 389 101 52 (s) 61 215 3 613 1,203 1,816
Kansas 347 38 13 (s) 64 114 2 463 1,723 2,186
Kentucky 1 324 73 28 1 87 190 5 519 1,946 2,465
Louisiana 303 57 19 (s) 85 160 (s) 464 2,185 2,649
Maine 125 168 126 3 38 3 338 14 477 556 1,033
Maryland 740 128 48 1 204 1 382 5 1,127 3,083 4,209
Massachusetts 1,525 178 62 1 164 1 407 6 1,938 4,457 6,394
Michigan 1,246 106 65 1 223 1 395 19 1,660 4,339 5,999
Minnesota (s) 792 85 92 (s) 112 (s) 290 17 1,099 2,429 3,528
Mississippi 179 66 24 (s) 49 139 1 319 1,516 1,834
Missouri 1 550 77 73 (s) 141 292 12 855 2,931 3,786
Montana (s) 187 9 35 18 63 11 261 497 758
Nebraska 222 39 13 (s) 40 (s) 92 1 315 843 1,159
Nevada 208 56 22 (s) 112 191 2 401 939 1,339
New Hampshire 129 91 97 1 37 12 238 9 375 703 1,078
New Jersey 1,508 151 25 1 244 (s) 421 4 1,933 4,737 6,670
New Mexico 145 12 27 (s) 42 81 8 234 905 1,140
New York 2,430 798 146 5 344 10 1,304 26 3,761 11,128 14,889
North Carolina 11 492 126 135 1 264 (s) 525 6 1,033 4,229 5,262
North Dakota 1 85 31 20 (s) 12 62 (s) 149 622 771
Ohio 1,059 209 63 1 340 614 9 1,682 4,769 6,451
Oklahoma 333 54 33 (s) 92 179 2 514 1,713 2,227
Oregon 246 47 60 (s) 127 235 18 499 1,468 1,967
Pennsylvania 1 1,547 344 154 5 342 (s) 845 24 2,418 3,864 6,282
Rhode Island 165 43 14 (s) 24 81 1 247 613 860
South Carolina 237 60 46 (s) 135 2 242 1 480 2,248 2,727
South Dakota 74 11 13 (s) 15 1 40 1 115 472 587
Tennessee 493 94 35 1 148 277 4 774 3,882 4,655
Texas 1,403 194 162 1 524 881 2 2,285 11,715 14,000
Utah 312 43 26 (s) 53 121 3 437 994 1,431
Vermont 50 61 63 (s) 16 1 142 11 202 305 508
Virginia 3 600 176 131 2 246 (s) 554 10 1,168 4,347 5,515
Washington 450 144 90 (s) 214 448 21 919 2,562 3,482
West Virginia 203 43 14 (s) 43 100 5 308 719 1,027
Wisconsin 3 644 60 80 (s) 133 274 13 934 2,572 3,506
Wyoming 1 91 18 15 (s) 11 43 3 138 360 498

United States
97 28,152 5,663 2,956 33 8,379 36 17,068 355 45,673 147,426 193,099
aIncludes 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.
cIncludes 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.