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Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2021
(Million Dollars)

Table E11. Commercial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2021 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy


Electricity g




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 309 77 52 (s) 129 (s) 258 1 568 2,587 3,155
Alaska 61 166 155 17 (s) 19 190 5 422 502 924
Arizona 289 102 78 (s) 264 444 3 736 3,099 3,835
Arkansas 484 52 33 (s) 63 148 3 635 1,101 1,737
California 2,890 426 312 1 1,738 2,477 26 5,392 20,861 26,254
Colorado (s) 472 86 67 (s) 203 356 9 837 2,232 3,069
Connecticut 588 189 65 (s) 119 3 376 5 969 1,926 2,895
Delaware 167 18 13 (s) 31 (s) 62 (s) 229 398 627
Dist. of Col. 190 10 (s) (s) 11 21 1 212 915 1,127
Florida 758 175 173 (s) 661 1,010 2 1,770 8,932 10,701
Georgia 456 118 92 1 281 491 2 949 4,859 5,808
Hawaii 71 25 74 58 157 2 230 860 1,090
Idaho 120 46 31 (s) 47 124 11 256 521 776
Illinois 4 2,028 102 129 1 324 555 2 2,590 4,529 7,120
Indiana 7 689 69 70 1 174 (s) 315 8 1,019 2,654 3,673
Iowa 4 431 83 52 (s) 69 204 4 643 1,234 1,877
Kansas 372 33 29 (s) 72 134 1 508 1,615 2,123
Kentucky (s) 345 57 38 1 98 195 4 545 2,009 2,553
Louisiana 321 57 27 (s) 94 178 (s) 499 2,298 2,797
Maine 115 173 140 3 41 3 361 12 489 509 998
Maryland 827 123 70 1 227 (s) 422 4 1,252 2,814 4,066
Massachusetts 1,244 261 79 1 180 2 523 7 1,775 4,048 5,823
Michigan 1,270 111 137 1 252 (s) 502 14 1,786 4,537 6,323
Minnesota (s) 796 94 105 (s) 125 (s) 324 12 1,133 2,478 3,611
Mississippi 192 56 38 (s) 55 148 1 341 1,479 1,819
Missouri 1 481 64 131 (s) 161 356 10 848 2,658 3,506
Montana (s) 215 10 42 (s) 22 74 11 299 517 816
Nebraska 213 28 25 (s) 46 (s) 99 1 314 816 1,129
Nevada 202 42 41 (s) 129 212 2 415 955 1,370
New Hampshire 118 87 100 1 40 15 244 8 369 662 1,032
New Jersey 1,522 173 34 1 273 (s) 481 3 2,006 4,585 6,592
New Mexico 197 22 35 (s) 47 104 9 310 935 1,245
New York 2,356 830 215 6 379 14 1,443 25 3,824 11,238 15,062
North Carolina 7 560 114 188 1 294 (s) 598 5 1,169 4,054 5,222
North Dakota (s) 100 55 42 (s) 13 110 (s) 210 624 835
Ohio 1,125 199 106 1 391 697 9 1,832 4,385 6,217
Oklahoma 348 66 48 (s) 104 218 2 568 1,740 2,307
Oregon 265 44 83 (s) 146 274 19 558 1,503 2,061
Pennsylvania 1 1,481 307 175 4 382 (s) 868 23 2,372 3,295 5,667
Rhode Island 148 53 15 (s) 27 (s) 95 1 245 559 804
South Carolina 256 49 60 (s) 148 1 259 1 515 2,254 2,769
South Dakota 90 14 13 (s) 16 (s) 43 1 134 486 620
Tennessee 534 86 54 (s) 166 307 3 844 3,790 4,634
Texas 1,539 265 410 1 579 1,255 1 2,795 12,898 15,693
Utah 324 53 61 (s) 62 175 2 502 992 1,494
Vermont 49 64 65 1 18 1 150 9 207 310 517
Virginia 1 666 141 162 2 274 (s) 580 9 1,255 4,575 5,831
Washington 542 119 115 (s) 233 468 21 1,031 2,619 3,650
West Virginia 192 36 21 (s) 48 104 5 302 680 981
Wisconsin 795 64 106 (s) 150 321 12 1,128 2,548 3,676
Wyoming (s) 94 29 19 (s) 13 61 3 159 333 492

United States
87 29,999 5,711 4,290 33 9,495 41 19,571 337 49,994 149,008 199,002
aIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. gElectricity sales to ultimate customers.
bHydrocarbon gas liquids, assumed to be propane only. — = No consumption.
cIncludes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars.
dIncludes small amounts of petroleum coke not shown separately. 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.
eWood, wood-derived fuels, and biomass waste. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
fThere are no direct fuel costs for hydroelectric, geothermal, solar, or wind energy. Data Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System. See Technical Notes.
http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/