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Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2018
(Million Dollars)

Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2018 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy


Electricity
Retail
Sales




Total
Energy e




Coal a


Natural
Gas b
Petroleum Biomass


Total e

Distillate
Fuel Oil


HGL c


Kerosene


Total


Wood d
Alabama 529 1 155 (s) 157 7 692 4,028 4,720
Alaska 204 134 15 (s) 149 29 383 433 816
Arizona 539 (s) 154 (s) 155 21 715 4,425 5,140
Arkansas 412 1 103 (s) 103 23 538 1,889 2,427
California 5,214 10 737 7 754 110 6,078 16,782 22,860
Colorado 993 3 278 (s) 281 56 1,330 2,343 3,672
Connecticut 739 1,089 307 1 1,397 27 2,163 2,769 4,932
Delaware 152 49 87 1 136 2 291 635 926
Dist. of Col. 154 14 (s) 14 169 333 502
Florida 365 1 280 (s) 282 1 648 14,485 15,133
Georgia 1,861 2 272 2 276 11 2,148 6,847 8,995
Hawaii 26 23 23 (s) 48 880 929
Idaho 195 10 101 (s) 111 70 376 855 1,232
Illinois 3,571 9 417 1 427 16 4,015 6,029 10,044
Indiana 1,257 22 306 3 331 37 1,625 4,240 5,865
Iowa 634 18 335 (s) 353 14 1,001 1,817 2,819
Kansas 683 (s) 155 (s) 155 12 850 1,894 2,744
Kentucky 544 8 142 3 153 32 728 2,936 3,665
Louisiana 441 (s) 53 (s) 53 2 496 3,074 3,570
Maine 50 634 245 26 906 87 1,043 821 1,864
Maryland 1,019 300 246 3 549 20 1,588 3,742 5,329
Massachusetts 2,016 1,526 324 5 1,855 35 3,906 4,383 8,290
Michigan 2,678 53 935 2 990 101 3,769 5,427 9,196
Minnesota 1,229 77 507 1 585 53 1,866 3,001 4,868
Mississippi 254 (s) 161 (s) 162 5 421 2,147 2,568
Missouri 1,178 2 312 1 315 55 1,548 4,249 5,797
Montana 166 6 152 (s) 158 71 395 570 965
Nebraska 362 1 101 (s) 103 8 472 1,114 1,587
Nevada 387 5 58 (s) 63 14 463 1,593 2,057
New Hampshire 125 477 344 10 831 54 1,010 914 1,923
New Jersey 2,251 516 191 1 708 13 2,971 4,550 7,521
New Mexico 272 (s) 120 (s) 120 54 447 866 1,312
New York 6,008 2,185 951 50 3,187 147 9,342 9,659 19,001
North Carolina 887 83 579 17 680 35 1,602 6,835 8,436
North Dakota 91 14 100 (s) 114 2 207 526 734
Ohio 2,741 165 553 7 725 60 3,526 6,840 10,366
Oklahoma 623 (s) 154 (s) 155 14 792 2,484 3,276
Oregon 454 31 81 3 115 120 689 2,079 2,768
Pennsylvania 2,843 1,781 638 23 2,443 150 5,436 7,765 13,201
Rhode Island 321 289 74 (s) 363 5 690 642 1,332
South Carolina 416 8 159 4 171 6 593 3,963 4,555
South Dakota 109 12 79 (s) 91 7 208 582 789
Tennessee 706 4 161 4 169 24 899 4,752 5,651
Texas 2,592 (s) 473 (s) 473 9 3,074 17,610 20,684
Utah 609 3 63 (s) 66 21 696 1,011 1,708
Vermont 56 209 241 8 458 66 580 381 961
Virginia 1,043 217 401 9 627 47 1,716 5,624 7,341
Washington 859 78 226 (s) 304 138 1,301 3,446 4,747
West Virginia 258 27 86 3 116 33 408 1,306 1,714
Wisconsin 1,162 95 419 1 515 83 1,760 3,147 4,907
Wyoming 113 2 80 (s) 82 21 216 310 526

United States
52,391 10,177 13,134 201 23,512 2,027 77,930 189,033 266,963
aConsumption data are no longer collected and are assumed to be zero. — = No consumption.
bIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars.
cHydrocarbon gas liquids, assumed to be propane only. Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
dWood and wood-derived fuels. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
eThere are no direct fuel costs for geothermal or solar energy. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.