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Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2019
(Million Dollars)

Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2019 (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 479 (s) 144 (s) 144 7 629 4,061 4,691
Alaska 199 133 11 (s) 144 27 370 442 812
Arizona 568 (s) 151 (s) 151 26 745 4,317 5,062
Arkansas 373 (s) 92 (s) 93 23 488 1,835 2,323
California 6,018 10 698 10 718 130 6,866 16,764 23,630
Colorado 1,109 4 276 (s) 280 64 1,453 2,363 3,815
Connecticut 763 1,000 270 1 1,272 28 2,062 2,733 4,795
Delaware 141 49 72 1 122 2 265 628 893
Dist. of Col. 155 1 (s) (s) 1 156 331 487
Florida 360 1 235 (s) 236 1 597 14,883 15,480
Georgia 1,833 1 244 1 246 9 2,088 6,979 9,067
Hawaii 25 22 22 (s) 47 885 932
Idaho 200 8 121 (s) 129 76 406 860 1,266
Illinois 3,522 7 464 2 473 17 4,012 5,891 9,903
Indiana 1,240 24 287 3 314 35 1,589 4,183 5,772
Iowa 585 15 349 1 365 15 964 1,806 2,770
Kansas 629 (s) 152 (s) 152 11 793 1,733 2,526
Kentucky 529 9 190 3 203 34 766 2,869 3,636
Louisiana 415 (s) 51 (s) 52 2 468 3,035 3,503
Maine 50 570 235 33 838 91 980 858 1,838
Maryland 1,027 219 223 3 446 18 1,491 3,611 5,102
Massachusetts 1,989 1,438 360 6 1,804 42 3,835 4,233 8,068
Michigan 2,685 56 830 2 889 101 3,674 5,273 8,948
Minnesota 1,165 64 514 2 579 57 1,802 2,907 4,708
Mississippi 238 (s) 150 (s) 150 5 393 2,109 2,502
Missouri 1,151 1 331 1 333 53 1,537 3,976 5,513
Montana 170 7 183 (s) 190 68 427 591 1,018
Nebraska 329 1 108 (s) 109 8 447 1,110 1,556
Nevada 455 6 54 (s) 60 13 529 1,545 2,073
New Hampshire 127 439 307 12 759 56 941 904 1,845
New Jersey 2,326 492 164 1 657 11 2,994 4,535 7,529
New Mexico 271 (s) 114 (s) 114 63 448 860 1,308
New York 5,972 2,035 848 73 2,956 147 9,075 8,995 18,070
North Carolina 875 75 508 19 602 30 1,507 6,834 8,341
North Dakota 92 15 126 (s) 141 2 234 528 762
Ohio 2,779 153 535 6 695 58 3,531 6,464 9,996
Oklahoma 638 (s) 145 (s) 146 14 798 2,430 3,228
Oregon 478 26 82 3 112 130 720 2,124 2,844
Pennsylvania 2,769 1,374 620 26 2,020 138 4,927 7,509 12,435
Rhode Island 306 227 58 (s) 285 7 598 648 1,246
South Carolina 379 8 124 3 135 5 520 4,048 4,568
South Dakota 108 10 91 (s) 101 6 214 584 799
Tennessee 649 3 159 5 167 25 841 4,629 5,470
Texas 2,420 (s) 535 (s) 535 9 2,965 18,287 21,252
Utah 594 3 67 (s) 69 20 684 1,013 1,697
Vermont 54 221 204 9 434 60 548 369 917
Virginia 1,033 177 380 9 567 41 1,640 5,632 7,272
Washington 883 78 251 1 329 153 1,366 3,545 4,910
West Virginia 236 30 90 3 123 32 391 1,255 1,646
Wisconsin 1,164 88 501 2 591 79 1,834 3,118 4,952
Wyoming 113 2 74 (s) 76 21 210 318 529

United States
52,667 9,082 12,802 245 22,128 2,071 76,866 187,436 264,302
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.