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Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2019
(Million Dollars)

Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2019 (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 295 71 27 (s) 107 206 1 502 2,658 3,160
Alaska 51 144 123 12 (s) 16 152 4 351 522 874
Arizona 253 70 55 (s) 234 359 4 616 3,014 3,629
Arkansas 423 63 14 (s) 53 130 3 557 1,050 1,607
California 2,409 363 214 1 1,537 2,115 29 4,553 19,052 23,605
Colorado 427 96 42 (s) 163 301 9 738 2,203 2,941
Connecticut 562 130 45 1 102 2 279 4 845 2,036 2,880
Delaware 157 15 14 (s) 26 56 (s) 213 421 635
Dist. of Col. (s) 181 6 (s) (s) 9 15 1 198 975 1,173
Florida 726 214 113 (s) 554 882 1 1,608 8,950 10,558
Georgia 440 97 50 1 237 385 1 826 4,752 5,578
Hawaii 79 32 48 51 131 4 214 894 1,108
Idaho 114 50 18 (s) 38 107 11 232 494 726
Illinois 5 1,736 108 50 1 274 433 2 2,176 4,476 6,652
Indiana 9 615 79 45 1 148 (s) 274 9 907 2,594 3,501
Iowa 5 350 112 49 (s) 59 220 5 580 1,230 1,810
Kansas 317 29 16 (s) 61 106 2 425 1,638 2,063
Kentucky 1 322 76 32 1 84 193 5 520 1,991 2,511
Louisiana 277 50 18 (s) 79 147 (s) 425 2,164 2,588
Maine 125 163 102 5 35 2 308 14 447 532 979
Maryland 774 128 51 2 193 373 5 1,152 2,880 4,032
Massachusetts 1,376 177 47 2 156 2 383 7 1,766 4,255 6,022
Michigan 1,238 128 51 1 214 394 17 1,649 4,313 5,962
Minnesota (s) 752 71 65 (s) 107 (s) 244 17 1,014 2,369 3,383
Mississippi 169 50 22 (s) 46 117 1 287 1,498 1,785
Missouri 1 521 56 49 (s) 136 242 10 774 2,734 3,508
Montana (s) 191 8 19 (s) 18 45 10 246 516 762
Nebraska 206 38 11 (s) 39 (s) 88 1 296 837 1,133
Nevada 228 46 23 (s) 115 185 2 415 939 1,354
New Hampshire 126 87 80 2 35 12 216 9 351 682 1,033
New Jersey 1,407 153 16 1 232 402 4 1,814 4,651 6,465
New Mexico 135 27 24 (s) 39 90 9 234 884 1,118
New York 2,327 758 121 9 327 7 1,223 26 3,576 10,557 14,133
North Carolina 9 502 118 94 1 248 460 5 976 4,331 5,306
North Dakota 1 88 21 25 (s) 11 57 (s) 146 634 780
Ohio 1,059 194 55 1 333 584 8 1,651 4,470 6,121
Oklahoma 355 73 27 (s) 88 189 2 546 1,603 2,150
Oregon 255 40 57 (s) 131 227 19 502 1,453 1,955
Pennsylvania 1 1,534 314 117 5 325 761 22 2,319 3,498 5,817
Rhode Island 160 31 14 (s) 23 (s) 68 1 229 597 826
South Carolina 214 52 36 (s) 125 (s) 213 1 428 2,345 2,773
South Dakota 74 13 9 (s) 14 1 37 1 112 469 581
Tennessee 456 92 26 (s) 143 261 4 721 3,851 4,572
Texas 1,224 217 126 1 493 837 1 2,063 11,440 13,503
Utah 301 43 20 (s) 51 114 3 418 979 1,397
Vermont 44 58 47 1 16 1 122 9 175 309 484
Virginia 3 608 169 96 2 230 498 10 1,119 4,417 5,536
Washington 457 70 76 (s) 209 355 22 834 2,561 3,395
West Virginia 189 41 22 (s) 40 103 5 297 693 991
Wisconsin 3 624 56 61 (s) 128 244 12 883 2,525 3,408
Wyoming (s) 82 16 23 (s) 10 50 3 135 345 480

United States
90 27,630 5,295 2,474 42 8,144 27 15,982 359 44,061 145,280 189,341
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.