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Table E8. Primary Energy, Electricity, and Total Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017
(Million Dollars)

Table E8. Primary Energy, Electricity, and Total Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy

Electric
Power
Sector g,h,j



Electricity
Retail
Sales



Total
Energy g,i



Coal

Natural
Gas a
Petroleum

Nuclear
Fuel
Biomass


Total g,h,i
Distillate
Fuel Oil

HGL b
Jet
Fuel c
Motor
Gasoline d
Residual
Fuel Oil

Other e

Total
Wood and
Waste f
Alabama 917 2,805 2,839 173 159 6,059 85 536 9,851 331 417 14,321 -2,339 8,455 20,436
Alaska 105 603 1,139 27 1,216 919 270 3,570 30 4,307 -366 1,171 5,112
Arizona 750 1,778 2,775 195 295 7,565 454 11,284 251 24 14,088 -1,827 8,259 20,521
Arkansas 547 1,788 1,964 112 96 3,413 386 5,970 111 186 8,602 -1,088 3,791 11,305
California 127 14,480 12,226 1,271 8,316 45,176 1,968 2,530 71,487 125 315 86,996 -3,232 40,960 124,724
Colorado 563 2,151 2,021 318 727 5,554 461 9,082 63 11,860 -918 5,449 16,391
Connecticut 11 1,718 1,727 340 116 3,783 14 285 6,265 123 57 8,191 -593 4,938 12,536
Delaware 13 591 251 86 8 1,257 3 77 1,681 4 2,289 -144 1,190 3,336
Dist. of Col. (s) 332 33 (s) 275 41 350 (s) 682 (s) 1,288 1,970
Florida 1,215 6,743 5,664 458 1,998 21,054 629 1,123 30,926 210 407 39,502 -6,714 24,286 57,074
Georgia 961 4,389 4,407 349 332 11,216 72 992 17,369 281 507 23,507 -2,611 13,115 34,011
Hawaii 46 91 574 82 885 1,513 635 68 3,757 6 3,900 -767 2,416 5,549
Idaho 6 584 1,313 135 66 2,041 155 3,711 122 4,423 -77 1,965 6,311
Illinois 1,359 6,744 5,835 758 1,954 11,374 12 1,204 21,138 751 21 30,013 -2,315 12,813 40,510
Indiana 2,335 4,300 3,950 334 658 7,212 26 805 12,984 40 19,660 -2,118 9,559 27,101
Iowa 529 2,255 2,582 673 63 3,659 1 361 7,339 41 22 10,185 -569 4,273 13,890
Kansas 373 1,436 2,124 148 87 3,011 37 235 5,641 71 12 7,533 -526 4,172 11,180
Kentucky 1,303 1,571 2,722 383 871 5,233 2 560 9,771 79 12,725 -1,558 6,172 17,338
Louisiana 427 5,085 3,162 4,595 2,133 4,911 364 5,677 20,841 119 583 27,055 -1,581 6,567 32,041
Maine 10 338 1,513 310 69 1,647 30 134 3,703 255 4,445 -281 1,460 5,624
Maryland 283 2,036 1,786 279 113 6,851 6 463 9,499 113 57 11,989 -554 7,106 18,541
Massachusetts 54 3,732 2,672 345 714 6,835 32 494 11,092 40 87 15,009 -794 8,991 23,206
Michigan 1,200 5,336 2,893 872 353 10,853 30 925 15,925 232 223 23,095 -2,164 11,462 32,394
Minnesota 565 2,602 2,949 655 241 6,340 1 492 10,678 114 161 14,347 -1,075 6,795 20,067
Mississippi 143 1,999 2,126 186 1,329 3,826 30 326 7,824 80 136 10,182 -1,329 4,290 13,142
Missouri 1,332 2,077 3,202 353 195 7,181 (s) 538 11,469 76 49 15,003 -1,514 7,672 21,162
Montana 276 453 998 176 78 1,375 193 2,820 61 3,618 -302 1,262 4,578
Nebraska 327 926 1,990 118 96 2,151 (s) 194 4,549 55 8 5,864 -376 2,756 8,244
Nevada 85 1,341 1,326 107 407 3,263 219 5,322 12 6,761 -759 3,212 9,214
New Hampshire 16 415 750 395 40 1,753 15 151 3,105 75 147 3,761 -312 1,744 5,193
New Jersey 52 4,475 2,924 578 1,944 9,765 195 773 16,178 261 42 21,009 -1,176 9,708 29,541
New Mexico 392 736 1,800 136 84 2,373 283 4,675 43 5,847 -665 2,187 7,368
New York 69 9,314 6,048 878 2,404 13,867 254 1,143 24,594 325 234 35,053 -2,312 21,366 54,108
North Carolina 1,053 3,109 3,417 674 178 11,330 6 1,046 16,652 297 279 21,389 -2,536 11,881 30,734
North Dakota 600 291 1,764 166 55 1,076 177 3,239 3 4,200 -592 1,744 5,352
Ohio 1,775 5,849 5,364 785 726 12,069 25 1,412 20,381 136 106 28,248 -2,174 14,297 40,371
Oklahoma 374 2,230 3,436 187 587 4,333 31 609 9,183 50 11,837 -1,107 4,879 15,610
Oregon 44 1,364 1,960 156 334 4,498 1 361 7,311 216 8,971 -360 4,409 13,019
Pennsylvania 1,576 6,898 6,333 1,124 1,381 12,899 16 1,469 23,221 648 260 32,603 -3,053 14,376 43,927
Rhode Island 654 398 66 57 933 2 101 1,557 11 2,228 -211 1,213 3,229
South Carolina 639 1,508 2,278 225 137 6,509 125 672 9,946 396 220 12,708 -1,528 7,783 18,962
South Dakota 58 417 780 100 33 1,149 1 125 2,187 5 2,667 -69 1,238 3,836
Tennessee 795 1,889 3,019 181 908 7,874 1 1,051 13,035 238 146 16,104 -1,159 9,149 24,093
Texas 2,557 12,441 17,954 20,058 6,587 31,902 1,277 9,534 87,311 288 161 102,758 -7,115 32,929 128,571
Utah 542 1,237 1,664 86 466 3,051 274 5,540 20 7,339 -665 2,604 9,278
Vermont 104 487 259 16 783 3 87 1,636 72 2,136 -339 792 2,589
Virginia 477 3,060 3,229 485 696 9,557 40 687 14,695 211 285 18,729 -1,745 10,234 27,218
Washington 149 2,157 3,106 345 1,523 7,995 1,027 551 14,546 64 345 17,318 -605 7,225 23,938
West Virginia 1,621 536 1,378 309 14 2,024 255 3,981 32 6,170 -1,552 2,853 7,470
Wisconsin 893 2,867 2,578 503 108 6,334 10 715 10,248 72 194 14,275 -1,288 7,421 20,408
Wyoming 783 412 1,427 101 51 834 185 2,598 23 3,816 -722 1,347 4,442

United States
30,326 142,245 150,860 41,631 41,904 348,456 7,005 41,861 631,717 6,135 6,837 819,049 -69,775 387,222 1,136,496
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. iThe U.S. total includes -$269 million of coal coke net imports, which are not allocated to the states.
bHydrocarbon gas liquids, include natural gas liquids and refinery olefins. jExpenditures 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.
cIncludes kerosene-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.
dMotor gasoline as it is consumed; includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Where shown, (s) = Value less than +0.5 and greater than -0.5 million dollars.
eIncludes 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.
fWood, wood-derived fuels, and biomass waste. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
gThere 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.
hElectricity imports are included in total primary energy and electric power sector but are not shown
separately.