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Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2020
(Million Dollars)

Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2020 (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 273 38 25 (s) 88 1 152 1 426 2,460 2,886
Alaska 59 164 78 10 (s) 14 102 5 331 494 825
Arizona 218 43 50 (s) 200 293 3 515 2,944 3,459
Arkansas 403 29 16 (s) 43 89 3 494 957 1,451
California 2,275 198 189 1 1,316 1,704 23 4,003 18,757 22,760
Colorado (s) 357 48 36 (s) 144 228 8 592 2,063 2,655
Connecticut 492 74 44 (s) 86 1 205 3 700 1,848 2,549
Delaware 159 8 10 (s) 23 40 (s) 200 375 575
Dist. of Col. 159 3 (s) (s) 8 11 1 171 808 979
Florida 658 131 100 (s) 476 708 (s) 1,366 8,181 9,548
Georgia 393 65 52 1 201 318 1 712 4,466 5,179
Hawaii 46 16 41 44 101 3 150 763 912
Idaho 112 45 23 (s) 33 101 9 222 489 711
Illinois 4 1,473 60 57 (s) 227 345 2 1,824 4,161 5,985
Indiana 5 558 30 36 1 122 (s) 189 7 761 2,465 3,226
Iowa 4 297 75 45 (s) 48 169 4 474 1,156 1,629
Kansas 299 24 18 (s) 51 93 1 393 1,544 1,937
Kentucky (s) 293 44 21 1 69 134 4 432 1,867 2,299
Louisiana 249 40 17 (s) 65 122 (s) 371 1,983 2,354
Maine 101 101 85 3 30 2 221 11 334 479 813
Maryland 744 75 37 1 168 281 4 1,028 2,572 3,600
Massachusetts 1,228 91 51 1 132 2 278 6 1,511 3,707 5,218
Michigan 1,101 68 74 1 177 320 13 1,434 4,156 5,590
Minnesota (s) 649 38 63 (s) 88 190 11 850 2,245 3,094
Mississippi 159 38 23 (s) 38 99 1 259 1,369 1,628
Missouri (s) 444 32 60 (s) 112 205 9 658 2,495 3,153
Montana (s) 179 6 21 (s) 15 42 8 229 494 724
Nebraska 173 23 19 (s) 32 (s) 74 1 247 808 1,055
Nevada 187 29 19 (s) 98 146 1 335 893 1,227
New Hampshire 102 55 68 1 29 7 160 7 268 621 890
New Jersey 1,214 72 22 1 202 297 4 1,515 4,361 5,875
New Mexico 121 14 16 (s) 32 62 7 190 864 1,053
New York 1,988 393 126 4 281 4 808 21 2,817 10,045 12,862
North Carolina 7 470 70 113 (s) 209 393 4 875 3,989 4,864
North Dakota 1 77 15 47 (s) 9 71 (s) 148 599 747
Ohio 912 133 62 1 275 470 7 1,390 4,116 5,506
Oklahoma 294 48 27 (s) 73 (s) 148 2 444 1,463 1,907
Oregon 234 36 50 (s) 112 198 16 448 1,418 1,866
Pennsylvania 1 1,348 146 108 4 283 540 19 1,909 3,006 4,915
Rhode Island 133 15 12 (s) 20 (s) 46 1 180 566 746
South Carolina 206 32 33 (s) 106 (s) 171 1 378 2,157 2,534
South Dakota 63 13 9 (s) 12 1 35 1 98 453 551
Tennessee 406 47 30 (s) 117 194 3 603 3,535 4,138
Texas 1,125 107 198 1 399 3 708 1 1,834 11,031 12,865
Utah 290 24 26 (s) 44 95 3 387 943 1,330
Vermont 38 38 49 1 13 1 101 8 146 296 442
Virginia 1 548 89 83 1 195 (s) 369 9 927 4,086 5,013
Washington 487 82 73 (s) 180 335 18 840 2,436 3,276
West Virginia 175 24 10 (s) 34 68 4 247 654 901
Wisconsin 2 528 27 60 (s) 105 193 10 733 2,413 3,146
Wyoming (s) 81 11 19 (s) 9 39 3 123 321 443

United States
87 24,684 3,041 2,483 26 6,889 21 12,461 289 37,521 136,372 173,893
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.