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Table E12. Industrial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017
(Million Dollars)

Table E12. Industrial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017 (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 143 89 233 794 299 18 80 45 335 778 401 2,206 2,030 4,236
Alaska (s) (s) 3 200 2 14 233 448 (s) 452 222 674
Arizona 15 15 125 512 30 191 257 990 (s) 1,130 884 2,015
Arkansas 13 13 629 245 26 72 263 606 162 1,410 1,027 2,437
California 127 127 4,331 1,213 419 742 1,517 3,891 58 8,407 5,834 14,242
Colorado 16 16 445 375 30 121 315 841 1 1,303 1,136 2,438
Connecticut 159 44 6 40 (s) 204 294 2 455 425 880
Delaware 199 18 7 15 (s) 51 91 (s) 291 154 445
Dist. of Col. 1 (s) 4 37 42 42 15 57
Florida 57 57 638 599 74 435 12 523 1,642 265 2,601 1,299 3,901
Georgia 31 31 703 446 80 120 8 653 1,306 467 2,508 1,922 4,429
Hawaii 2 26 4 38 20 41 130 (s) 131 815 947
Idaho 6 6 159 185 9 61 87 342 48 555 576 1,131
Illinois 130 114 244 1,281 585 370 205 12 855 2,026 3 3,554 2,575 6,129
Indiana 493 184 677 2,174 478 63 103 8 561 1,213 5 4,069 3,184 7,253
Iowa 102 102 1,257 627 439 86 1 231 1,384 4 2,747 1,432 4,179
Kansas 5 5 439 425 22 97 37 128 709 1 1,155 772 1,927
Kentucky 74 74 461 257 261 56 2 381 957 50 1,542 1,571 3,113
Louisiana 18 18 3,513 401 4,522 72 30 5,335 10,361 578 14,470 1,498 15,968
Maine 2 2 144 49 8 24 8 57 146 112 404 245 649
Maryland 30 30 155 80 25 60 1 311 477 21 683 318 1,001
Massachusetts 1 1 377 75 14 80 1 342 512 4 893 952 1,846
Michigan 169 61 230 986 295 72 156 1 641 1,165 79 2,459 2,167 4,626
Minnesota 72 72 677 577 141 131 1 311 1,162 69 1,980 1,540 3,519
Mississippi 519 244 22 36 (s) 186 488 133 1,140 908 2,048
Missouri 44 44 419 400 81 87 (s) 313 882 1 1,346 968 2,314
Montana 9 9 107 116 2 36 122 277 3 396 187 583
Nebraska 35 35 406 407 43 65 105 620 (s) 1,062 873 1,935
Nevada 18 18 97 335 18 51 141 546 (s) 662 775 1,437
New Hampshire 86 24 23 18 1 107 173 2 262 241 503
New Jersey 253 147 399 130 533 1,209 2 1,464 674 2,138
New Mexico 4 4 32 200 12 58 185 455 (s) 491 455 946
New York 12 42 54 597 161 42 282 26 760 1,271 27 1,949 1,055 3,005
North Carolina 42 42 670 321 124 131 5 753 1,335 204 2,251 1,699 3,950
North Dakota 118 118 90 637 54 38 122 850 1 1,060 644 1,704
Ohio 374 57 431 1,729 535 236 157 25 1,043 1,996 36 4,192 3,367 7,559
Oklahoma 27 27 568 548 20 91 31 432 1,121 40 1,756 900 2,656
Oregon 3 3 307 216 36 75 1 232 561 82 953 801 1,754
Pennsylvania 574 56 630 1,705 629 450 163 5 1,132 2,379 68 4,782 3,137 7,919
Rhode Island 73 13 12 13 1 81 119 (s) 192 106 298
South Carolina 24 24 445 167 34 57 3 476 738 201 1,408 1,677 3,086
South Dakota 9 9 231 149 21 26 1 83 280 (s) 521 230 751
Tennessee 123 123 645 187 24 111 (s) 813 1,136 124 2,028 1,377 3,405
Texas 46 46 4,585 2,623 19,503 347 171 8,318 30,963 138 35,733 5,675 41,408
Utah 26 26 183 220 10 44 177 453 (s) 662 541 1,203
Vermont 11 47 9 10 1 63 129 (s) 140 145 286
Virginia 112 46 158 474 218 49 73 6 427 774 158 1,564 1,118 2,682
Washington 9 9 353 344 47 119 (s) 318 828 194 1,383 1,070 2,454
West Virginia 62 56 118 119 244 230 30 186 690 1 929 900 1,829
Wisconsin 74 74 820 368 69 104 10 538 1,090 78 2,061 1,804 3,865
Wyoming 72 72 197 351 2 23 134 510 (s) 779 667 1,446

United States
2,069 1,960 4,029 35,372 17,866 28,214 5,382 475 31,449 83,385 3,826 126,343 64,590 190,934
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. gThe U.S. total includes -$269 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.
cMotor gasoline as it is consumed; includes 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.