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Table E12. Industrial sector energy expenditure estimates, 2022
(million dollars)

Table E12. Industrial sector energy expenditure estimates, 2022 (million dollars)





State
Primary energy


Electricity h




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 99 86 185 1,593 602 41 133 75 576 1,427 421 3,626 2,418 6,044
Alaska (s) (s) 369 460 2 25 (s) 307 795 (s) 1,164 240 1,404
Arizona 21 21 146 848 54 362 592 1,855 1 2,023 1,126 3,149
Arkansas 14 14 1,029 565 30 119 410 1,124 118 2,284 1,308 3,592
California 121 121 6,790 2,166 490 1,346 2 2,720 6,723 68 13,702 7,790 21,493
Colorado 10 10 873 762 55 205 684 1,706 1 2,590 1,262 3,853
Connecticut 224 84 11 69 (s) 315 478 2 704 419 1,123
Delaware 231 43 18 24 (s) 82 167 (s) 398 146 544
Dist. of Col. 3 1 7 64 75 75 14 89
Florida 34 34 1,163 1,050 104 708 25 1,064 2,952 223 4,371 1,615 5,986
Georgia 51 51 1,395 808 133 192 17 1,023 2,173 497 4,117 2,960 7,077
Hawaii 3 46 3 67 64 64 245 (s) 248 1,252 1,500
Idaho 14 14 198 365 10 108 (s) 155 639 52 902 631 1,533
Illinois 209 168 377 2,078 1,251 602 340 18 1,410 3,621 6 6,082 3,298 9,380
Indiana 790 160 949 3,109 931 112 168 12 1,090 2,313 13 6,385 3,548 9,932
Iowa 78 78 2,131 1,261 576 134 2 426 2,400 13 4,622 1,875 6,497
Kansas 6 6 997 819 30 155 63 280 1,348 2 2,352 877 3,229
Kentucky 107 107 916 559 399 93 1 621 1,673 63 2,758 2,068 4,827
Louisiana 34 34 7,066 783 6,753 121 80 5,628 13,366 250 20,716 2,359 23,075
Maine 267 108 8 40 26 110 292 80 640 293 933
Maryland 27 27 198 160 43 99 1 463 766 1 992 360 1,353
Massachusetts 687 136 16 139 3 589 883 3 1,573 1,063 2,636
Michigan 302 36 338 1,476 615 135 258 3 1,019 2,031 86 3,931 2,336 6,267
Minnesota 48 48 1,139 1,046 172 212 2 691 2,123 70 3,379 1,784 5,163
Mississippi 8 8 957 430 44 57 (s) 320 851 131 1,948 1,001 2,949
Missouri 53 53 636 777 71 151 (s) 550 1,549 1 2,239 1,015 3,254
Montana 13 13 148 253 15 63 202 534 3 698 276 975
Nebraska 24 24 787 766 46 107 277 1,195 1 2,008 955 2,963
Nevada 20 20 151 513 29 92 287 922 (s) 1,094 1,069 2,162
New Hampshire 122 54 8 31 4 97 195 2 319 292 611
New Jersey 568 294 456 219 850 1,819 1 2,388 718 3,107
New Mexico 6 6 51 344 16 90 271 721 (s) 778 688 1,466
New York 22 22 1,001 327 94 470 53 1,284 2,228 31 3,281 1,221 4,503
North Carolina 56 56 1,139 586 190 210 8 1,064 2,058 200 3,453 1,801 5,254
North Dakota 130 130 247 1,199 60 59 252 1,570 1 1,948 838 2,786
Ohio 610 48 658 3,135 991 340 264 47 1,622 3,264 33 7,091 3,596 10,687
Oklahoma 23 23 1,366 812 29 144 54 412 1,451 46 2,886 1,401 4,287
Oregon 4 4 358 389 66 136 2 368 961 83 1,407 1,289 2,696
Pennsylvania 950 50 1,000 2,706 1,212 1,080 269 9 1,652 4,222 65 7,993 4,131 12,124
Rhode Island 92 25 4 22 1 156 208 (s) 300 115 415
South Carolina 13 13 885 301 53 93 10 526 982 205 2,084 1,878 3,962
South Dakota 11 11 376 303 42 43 (s) 198 587 4 978 258 1,236
Tennessee 122 122 1,160 349 48 191 5 879 1,472 69 2,823 1,457 4,280
Texas 28 28 10,243 5,042 28,639 574 288 12,151 46,693 161 57,125 9,428 66,554
Utah 19 19 249 429 39 79 (s) 342 889 (s) 1,158 589 1,747
Vermont 15 93 4 16 3 96 211 (s) 226 162 389
Virginia 145 48 193 816 424 99 117 15 824 1,478 148 2,635 1,347 3,982
Washington 10 10 375 595 100 199 1 471 1,365 167 1,917 1,207 3,123
West Virginia 27 53 79 241 468 272 43 1 322 1,106 1 1,428 979 2,406
Wisconsin 42 42 1,284 705 101 175 21 896 1,898 54 3,278 2,000 5,278
Wyoming 77 77 443 718 26 42 173 959 (s) 1,478 648 2,126

United States
3,132 1,897 5,028 63,628 33,869 41,768 9,085 916 46,924 132,562 3,378 203,838 81,403 285,241
aIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. hElectricity sales to ultimate customers.
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. Data Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System. See Technical Notes.
http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/
gThe U.S. total includes -$759 million of coal coke net imports, which are not allocated to the states.