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Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017
(Million Dollars)

Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017 (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 426 1 124 (s) 125 5 556 3,787 4,343
Alaska 213 139 14 (s) 153 25 391 438 829
Arizona 518 (s) 117 (s) 118 14 650 4,259 4,909
Arkansas 333 1 73 (s) 74 14 421 1,750 2,171
California 5,383 8 651 5 664 91 6,139 16,501 22,640
Colorado 958 3 238 (s) 241 49 1,248 2,265 3,513
Connecticut 676 810 301 1 1,112 22 1,810 2,512 4,322
Delaware 127 31 65 1 97 2 226 622 848
Dist. of Col. 149 2 (s) 2 (s) 151 310 461
Florida 316 1 251 (s) 252 1 569 14,098 14,666
Georgia 1,883 1 211 (s) 213 8 2,104 6,517 8,621
Hawaii 22 (s) 28 28 (s) 50 776 826
Idaho 220 12 106 (s) 117 58 395 876 1,272
Illinois 3,333 8 329 1 338 12 3,683 5,662 9,345
Indiana 1,107 17 238 2 256 26 1,390 3,878 5,268
Iowa 561 17 202 (s) 219 11 791 1,693 2,484
Kansas 596 (s) 109 (s) 109 8 713 1,732 2,445
Kentucky 503 9 100 1 110 24 637 2,700 3,337
Louisiana 379 1 50 (s) 50 1 431 2,875 3,306
Maine 40 562 182 21 765 67 872 741 1,613
Maryland 983 196 200 3 399 15 1,397 3,641 5,038
Massachusetts 1,614 1,270 292 3 1,566 33 3,213 3,879 7,092
Michigan 2,507 44 734 1 779 77 3,363 5,078 8,441
Minnesota 1,049 64 439 1 504 36 1,589 2,814 4,403
Mississippi 218 (s) 135 (s) 135 2 356 1,933 2,288
Missouri 1,023 2 218 (s) 220 37 1,280 3,844 5,124
Montana 164 6 154 (s) 160 49 373 572 945
Nebraska 307 1 68 (s) 70 5 382 1,060 1,442
Nevada 361 5 66 (s) 71 9 440 1,550 1,990
New Hampshire 107 401 301 7 709 44 860 853 1,713
New Jersey 2,025 355 159 (s) 515 9 2,549 4,344 6,894
New Mexico 277 (s) 105 (s) 105 36 417 837 1,254
New York 5,207 1,541 701 38 2,280 112 7,599 8,849 16,448
North Carolina 797 70 418 11 499 24 1,320 6,138 7,458
North Dakota 84 14 79 (s) 93 2 178 499 677
Ohio 2,515 136 493 4 633 46 3,194 6,287 9,481
Oklahoma 582 (s) 132 (s) 133 8 723 2,317 3,040
Oregon 507 35 61 2 98 102 707 2,139 2,845
Pennsylvania 2,493 1,339 542 16 1,896 109 4,499 7,359 11,858
Rhode Island 258 187 47 (s) 235 5 498 555 1,053
South Carolina 358 8 139 2 149 4 511 3,804 4,315
South Dakota 99 7 64 (s) 71 4 174 548 721
Tennessee 584 4 128 3 135 17 736 4,214 4,950
Texas 2,234 (s) 435 (s) 435 5 2,674 15,886 18,561
Utah 604 2 60 (s) 62 15 680 1,042 1,722
Vermont 50 184 214 6 404 48 502 358 860
Virginia 949 156 312 6 475 34 1,458 5,079 6,537
Washington 967 92 221 (s) 313 119 1,399 3,601 5,000
West Virginia 211 20 66 2 89 26 325 1,230 1,555
Wisconsin 1,101 71 373 1 445 63 1,609 3,046 4,655
Wyoming 113 2 82 (s) 84 19 216 315 532

United States
48,091 7,836 10,830 141 18,807 1,550 68,448 177,661 246,110
aConsumption data are no longer collected and are assumed to be zero. — = No consumption.
bNatural gas as it is consumed; includes 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.