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Table E12. Industrial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2018
(Million Dollars)

Table E12. Industrial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2018 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy


Electricity
Retail
Sales




Total
Energy f,g
Coal

Natural
Gas a
Petroleum Biomass


Total f,g

Coking
Coal

Steam
Coal


Total

Distillate
Fuel Oil

HGL b
Motor
Gasoline c

Residual
Fuel Oil

Other d


Total
Wood and
Waste e
Alabama 147 88 235 883 410 18 91 31 366 917 372 2,406 2,006 4,412
Alaska (s) (s) 15 252 1 16 (s) 158 428 (s) 443 220 663
Arizona 19 19 115 521 30 219 321 1,092 (s) 1,226 916 2,142
Arkansas 13 13 681 373 37 81 284 775 148 1,617 1,005 2,623
California 118 118 4,392 1,320 452 870 (s) 1,753 4,395 55 8,959 6,216 15,174
Colorado 10 10 441 573 41 142 410 1,166 1 1,618 1,172 2,790
Connecticut 161 61 9 45 (s) 231 347 2 510 442 952
Delaware 206 22 15 17 59 112 (s) 318 165 483
Dist. of Col. 2 (s) 5 46 52 52 16 68
Florida 59 59 689 669 74 490 14 651 1,898 237 2,883 1,312 4,196
Georgia 34 34 734 540 113 132 11 727 1,523 438 2,729 1,963 4,693
Hawaii 2 27 5 45 17 40 133 (s) 135 923 1,058
Idaho 7 7 138 267 12 71 (s) 99 449 48 642 575 1,217
Illinois 130 117 247 1,256 779 448 230 8 925 2,390 3 3,896 2,775 6,671
Indiana 527 163 691 2,456 582 61 115 6 663 1,428 5 4,579 3,235 7,814
Iowa 95 95 1,372 754 489 94 1 252 1,590 4 3,061 1,546 4,607
Kansas 6 6 483 553 22 108 25 157 865 2 1,355 796 2,151
Kentucky 68 68 475 349 328 63 1 502 1,243 46 1,831 1,591 3,422
Louisiana 21 21 3,592 572 5,344 81 40 6,292 12,329 254 16,196 1,481 17,677
Maine 3 3 178 71 7 27 18 60 184 106 470 283 753
Maryland 29 29 138 88 32 67 (s) 318 507 19 692 318 1,011
Massachusetts 1 1 490 86 12 92 2 385 577 4 1,071 998 2,068
Michigan 196 54 250 1,024 384 65 176 2 736 1,363 76 2,713 2,155 4,867
Minnesota 52 52 696 735 157 147 1 412 1,452 65 2,265 1,588 3,854
Mississippi 551 285 34 40 (s) 227 586 126 1,262 931 2,193
Missouri 42 42 432 523 63 99 (s) 374 1,059 1 1,534 966 2,500
Montana 10 10 108 155 3 42 125 326 3 446 196 642
Nebraska 31 31 401 451 33 73 121 678 1 1,111 834 1,945
Nevada 22 22 108 440 23 61 168 691 (s) 821 744 1,565
New Hampshire 97 35 10 21 1 87 155 2 254 263 518
New Jersey 325 146 467 146 626 1,385 2 1,711 675 2,386
New Mexico 5 5 35 249 14 67 226 557 (s) 596 458 1,054
New York 10 34 44 716 195 48 316 26 894 1,479 26 2,265 1,088 3,352
North Carolina 38 38 722 376 154 146 5 925 1,606 176 2,543 1,733 4,275
North Dakota 118 118 105 809 46 42 140 1,037 1 1,261 671 1,932
Ohio 432 50 482 1,770 660 260 176 26 1,197 2,319 31 4,602 3,462 8,065
Oklahoma 24 24 487 607 26 103 25 464 1,225 40 1,777 944 2,721
Oregon 5 5 272 230 35 88 1 242 596 75 948 816 1,764
Pennsylvania 667 47 714 1,868 699 532 181 5 1,260 2,677 59 5,318 3,253 8,572
Rhode Island 92 20 7 15 (s) 93 135 (s) 228 113 341
South Carolina 20 20 472 209 42 64 9 563 887 180 1,559 1,690 3,249
South Dakota 7 7 236 190 27 29 105 350 (s) 593 229 821
Tennessee 116 116 693 228 24 129 3 979 1,363 119 2,291 1,194 3,485
Texas 46 46 5,218 3,587 25,926 391 171 10,143 40,218 139 45,621 5,907 51,529
Utah 20 20 174 307 13 53 (s) 186 559 (s) 754 528 1,282
Vermont 10 63 6 11 1 69 151 (s) 161 150 312
Virginia 122 46 167 492 257 52 81 3 485 879 143 1,681 1,218 2,899
Washington 8 8 330 444 62 136 (s) 355 997 173 1,509 1,114 2,623
West Virginia 75 57 133 128 348 270 33 (s) 241 891 2 1,153 906 2,059
Wisconsin 76 76 854 443 95 118 12 633 1,300 77 2,307 1,788 4,095
Wyoming 74 74 226 522 16 27 139 703 (s) 1,003 655 1,658

United States
2,306 1,853 4,159 37,534 22,469 36,061 6,111 466 36,916 102,024 3,262 146,710 66,224 212,934
aIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. gThe U.S. total includes -$270 million of coal coke net imports, which are not allocated to the states.
bHydrocarbon gas liquids, include natural gas liquids and refinery olefins. — = No consumption, including cases where adjustments were made. See explanation of adjustments in
Section 7 of the Technical Notes.
cIncludes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars.
dIncludes asphalt and road oil, kerosene, lubricants, petroleum coke, and the “other petroleum products”
category. See Technical Notes, Section 4.
Notes: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding. · The industrial sector
includes industrial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and industrial 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. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.