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Table E12. Industrial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2019
(Million Dollars)

Table E12. Industrial Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2019 (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 130 76 206 818 334 16 84 40 394 868 369 2,262 1,920 4,182
Alaska (s) (s) 74 150 2 16 253 421 (s) 495 201 696
Arizona 20 20 77 526 24 223 397 1,171 1 1,269 865 2,135
Arkansas 13 13 618 339 30 73 282 723 142 1,497 1,055 2,552
California 105 105 4,747 1,189 355 897 1 1,712 4,154 56 9,063 6,087 15,150
Colorado 11 11 466 508 31 136 452 1,127 1 1,604 1,147 2,751
Connecticut 167 51 11 43 214 318 2 487 413 900
Delaware 214 25 13 15 45 99 (s) 314 135 449
Dist. of Col. 2 (s) 4 39 45 45 15 60
Florida 47 47 737 567 56 457 16 634 1,731 242 2,757 1,263 4,020
Georgia 33 33 660 413 81 123 9 797 1,424 448 2,565 1,999 4,564
Hawaii 2 37 2 46 27 35 147 (s) 149 922 1,071
Idaho 6 6 139 167 6 67 101 341 44 529 538 1,067
Illinois 155 113 268 1,203 685 380 214 8 950 2,238 4 3,713 2,607 6,319
Indiana 605 193 798 2,357 637 58 107 4 729 1,535 7 4,696 3,229 7,925
Iowa 83 83 1,232 768 416 82 1 268 1,534 6 2,855 1,600 4,454
Kansas 4 4 433 462 22 97 35 166 783 3 1,223 766 1,989
Kentucky 71 71 450 358 235 58 480 1,132 44 1,697 1,574 3,271
Louisiana 17 17 3,382 417 3,887 75 34 5,586 9,998 226 13,624 1,491 15,115
Maine 3 3 182 78 6 25 11 45 166 108 459 257 716
Maryland 27 27 185 99 25 63 (s) 306 493 9 713 290 1,003
Massachusetts (s) (s) 484 75 11 88 1 377 551 2 1,038 936 1,973
Michigan 214 54 268 1,012 360 62 166 2 728 1,317 74 2,671 2,083 4,755
Minnesota 49 49 649 772 159 134 3 460 1,527 62 2,286 1,535 3,820
Mississippi 2 2 492 267 24 36 (s) 151 477 120 1,091 881 1,972
Missouri 44 44 406 414 45 94 370 923 1 1,374 925 2,299
Montana 10 10 89 167 5 40 135 347 3 449 220 669
Nebraska 24 24 383 443 26 67 126 661 1 1,069 813 1,882
Nevada 22 22 120 394 22 62 183 662 (s) 804 763 1,567
New Hampshire 93 34 6 20 3 67 130 2 225 252 477
New Jersey 291 149 325 138 596 1,208 (s) 1,500 644 2,144
New Mexico 4 4 30 218 4 59 253 533 (s) 568 474 1,042
New York 30 30 696 215 36 300 22 889 1,461 28 2,215 985 3,200
North Carolina 38 38 688 360 108 135 3 790 1,396 172 2,295 1,727 4,021
North Dakota 113 113 92 733 50 39 145 966 1 1,172 724 1,896
Ohio 513 44 557 1,718 510 190 169 20 1,243 2,132 33 4,441 3,170 7,611
Oklahoma 19 19 460 430 26 92 26 456 1,030 40 1,550 979 2,529
Oregon 4 4 263 212 26 88 249 575 72 915 859 1,774
Pennsylvania 733 42 776 1,963 655 365 171 5 1,268 2,464 57 5,260 3,151 8,411
Rhode Island 86 18 2 14 (s) 97 130 (s) 216 108 324
South Carolina 16 16 443 192 27 60 4 445 726 177 1,363 1,643 3,006
South Dakota 8 8 220 175 24 27 115 341 (s) 569 228 798
Tennessee 113 113 659 198 22 121 4 621 967 105 1,844 1,167 3,011
Texas 43 43 4,309 3,127 19,580 365 145 9,994 33,211 144 37,706 6,399 44,105
Utah 22 22 165 246 12 50 199 507 (s) 694 537 1,231
Vermont 10 59 3 10 1 63 136 (s) 146 156 302
Virginia 138 45 183 469 254 32 75 15 557 935 133 1,720 1,206 2,926
Washington 9 9 308 439 32 132 347 950 166 1,432 1,129 2,561
West Virginia 90 48 137 107 341 186 31 1 253 812 1 1,058 873 1,931
Wisconsin 69 69 823 425 71 111 10 679 1,296 69 2,256 1,727 3,983
Wyoming 75 75 211 369 5 27 130 530 (s) 816 653 1,469

United States
2,578 1,771 4,349 35,881 20,065 27,139 5,824 453 35,870 89,351 3,176 132,522 65,321 197,843
aIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. gThe U.S. total includes -$235 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.