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Table E8. Primary Energy, Electricity, and Total Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2018
(Million Dollars)

Table E8. Primary Energy, Electricity, and Total Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2018 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy

Electric
Power
Sector h,i,k



Electricity
Retail
Sales



Total
Energy h,j



Coal

Natural
Gas a
Petroleum

Nuclear
Fuel
Biomass


Total h,i,j
Distillate
Fuel Oil b

HGL c
Jet
Fuel d
Motor
Gasoline e
Residual
Fuel Oil

Other f

Total
Wood and
Waste g
Alabama 957 3,238 3,234 210 223 6,652 65 564 10,948 307 388 15,837 -2,558 8,672 21,952
Alaska 112 535 1,503 29 1,614 1,040 (s) 228 4,414 34 5,096 -315 1,145 5,925
Arizona 809 1,825 3,349 233 383 8,841 535 13,342 222 33 16,233 -1,909 8,501 22,825
Arkansas 607 2,049 2,529 160 147 3,700 412 6,948 108 182 9,893 -1,228 3,846 12,510
California 118 14,783 15,398 1,431 10,728 51,913 2,520 2,780 84,770 129 333 100,365 -3,359 41,987 138,992
Colorado 470 2,332 2,657 363 969 6,343 567 10,899 70 13,771 -968 5,629 18,431
Connecticut 18 2,093 2,285 369 167 4,243 26 316 7,407 120 61 9,718 -882 5,309 14,145
Delaware 11 637 366 123 10 1,424 9 87 2,019 4 2,671 -157 1,219 3,734
Dist. of Col. (s) 331 48 (s) 348 50 447 1 779 (s) 1,367 2,146
Florida 965 7,480 7,285 508 2,279 23,283 1,167 1,343 35,864 193 376 44,878 -7,047 24,649 62,481
Georgia 946 4,583 4,574 459 305 12,182 145 1,056 18,722 282 477 25,010 -2,757 13,453 35,706
Hawaii 47 108 717 78 1,350 1,702 791 70 4,708 6 4,869 -962 2,710 6,618
Idaho 7 535 1,763 138 105 2,214 (s) 171 4,391 134 5,067 -91 1,941 6,917
Illinois 1,355 7,063 7,199 928 2,567 12,503 9 1,284 24,489 737 26 33,671 -2,336 13,473 44,808
Indiana 2,448 5,024 4,772 417 972 7,825 14 909 14,908 53 22,435 -2,449 10,053 30,038
Iowa 556 2,545 3,153 887 86 4,020 1 385 8,531 38 26 11,695 -659 4,566 15,603
Kansas 390 1,616 2,736 197 142 3,287 25 270 6,657 56 17 8,736 -547 4,413 12,601
Kentucky 1,314 1,767 3,507 499 1,259 5,817 1 685 11,768 83 14,932 -1,685 6,473 19,720
Louisiana 439 5,362 3,693 5,418 2,618 5,380 157 6,622 23,887 131 259 30,078 -1,701 6,742 35,119
Maine 10 421 1,508 378 90 1,823 49 135 3,984 267 4,841 -318 1,660 6,182
Maryland 314 2,295 2,297 329 182 7,472 19 476 10,776 106 61 13,552 -848 7,182 19,885
Massachusetts 1 4,689 3,337 400 917 7,740 37 545 12,976 35 89 17,825 -827 9,860 26,859
Michigan 1,212 5,813 3,948 1,071 546 12,061 42 1,046 18,714 202 246 26,425 -2,359 11,921 35,988
Minnesota 582 2,953 3,765 757 315 6,876 1 602 12,316 122 153 16,280 -1,065 7,021 22,237
Mississippi 161 2,197 2,607 223 1,371 4,103 13 372 8,689 72 132 11,252 -1,451 4,593 14,394
Missouri 1,211 2,377 3,957 451 295 7,875 (s) 605 13,184 95 68 16,935 -1,496 8,148 23,587
Montana 308 467 1,221 191 114 1,556 199 3,281 85 4,142 -328 1,263 5,077
Nebraska 340 1,022 2,480 149 152 2,402 (s) 214 5,398 44 12 6,816 -393 2,792 9,215
Nevada 109 1,364 1,615 104 529 3,826 251 6,326 18 7,817 -748 3,277 10,347
New Hampshire 30 484 932 451 45 1,971 27 137 3,563 71 109 4,265 -307 1,880 5,837
New Jersey 59 4,995 3,682 684 2,596 10,460 575 890 18,887 236 46 24,224 -1,254 9,991 32,961
New Mexico 340 703 2,327 163 115 2,594 330 5,529 64 6,636 -590 2,229 8,275
New York 62 10,773 7,948 1,148 3,068 15,480 360 1,310 29,315 320 266 41,311 -2,776 22,233 60,768
North Carolina 1,034 3,570 4,376 870 285 12,328 7 1,239 19,104 271 260 24,239 -2,880 12,797 34,156
North Dakota 601 311 2,275 166 85 1,195 201 3,923 3 4,880 -560 1,819 6,138
Ohio 1,549 6,642 6,629 879 861 13,122 27 1,588 23,105 138 115 31,551 -2,354 15,074 44,271
Oklahoma 315 2,357 3,967 221 621 4,912 25 646 10,392 57 13,121 -1,198 5,141 17,064
Oregon 41 1,262 2,388 178 495 5,171 1 380 8,613 228 10,164 -362 4,366 14,168
Pennsylvania 1,692 7,979 8,103 1,331 1,644 13,727 19 1,617 26,442 635 292 37,043 -3,502 14,937 48,478
Rhode Island 821 578 95 76 1,087 (s) 115 1,952 11 2,789 -261 1,373 3,901
South Carolina 685 1,870 2,824 249 206 6,965 165 768 11,176 359 201 14,292 -1,840 7,900 20,351
South Dakota 53 447 997 119 41 1,273 1 149 2,580 8 3,088 -76 1,282 4,295
Tennessee 582 2,220 3,901 220 1,202 8,574 3 1,231 15,131 257 149 18,338 -1,072 9,828 27,094
Texas 2,117 14,447 23,463 26,573 9,812 35,764 1,291 11,441 108,343 292 167 125,580 -7,815 35,247 153,012
Utah 555 1,298 2,078 102 646 3,496 (s) 286 6,608 26 8,488 -743 2,539 10,285
Vermont 116 576 310 24 806 2 96 1,814 90 2,377 -371 837 2,844
Virginia 452 3,699 4,314 586 896 10,409 31 765 17,001 192 308 21,653 -2,247 11,206 30,612
Washington 148 1,887 3,940 381 2,022 9,310 968 598 17,218 76 346 19,728 -530 7,123 26,321
West Virginia 1,457 627 2,082 371 19 2,304 (s) 327 5,103 40 7,226 -1,389 2,930 8,768
Wisconsin 859 3,087 3,393 600 174 7,285 12 826 12,290 72 210 16,517 -1,324 7,506 22,699
Wyoming 787 437 1,887 110 55 904 193 3,150 24 4,399 -727 1,325 4,997

United States
29,230 157,533 190,165 52,308 55,424 387,586 8,606 47,913 742,002 5,916 6,711 943,258 -75,621 403,427 1,271,064
aIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. iElectricity imports are included in total primary energy and electric power sector but are not shown
separately.
bIncludes biodiesel blended into distillate fuel oil. jThe U.S. total includes -$270 million of coal coke net imports, which are not allocated to the states.
cHydrocarbon gas liquids, include natural gas liquids and refinery olefins. kExpenditures for fuels purchased for electric power generation, included in the expenditure columns for the
primary energy sources, are shown as negative expenditures because they need to be removed from total
energy expenditures, to avoid double-counting.
dKerosene-type jet fuel only; naphtha-type jet fuel is included in "Other Petroleum." — = No consumption, including cases where adjustments were made. See explanation of adjustments in
Section 7 of theTechnical Notes.
eIncludes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Where shown, (s) = Value less than +0.5 and greater than -0.5 million dollars.
fIncludes asphalt and road oil, aviation gasoline, kerosene, lubricants, petroleum coke, and the “other
petroleum products” category. See Technical Notes, Section 4.
Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
gWood, wood-derived fuels, and biomass waste. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
hThere 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.