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Table E8. Primary Energy, Electricity, and Total Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2019
(Million Dollars)

Table E8. Primary Energy, Electricity, and Total Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2019 (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 822 2,833 3,071 188 134 6,385 66 595 10,439 320 378 14,792 -2,179 8,639 21,252
Alaska 114 608 1,394 25 1,352 1,037 325 4,134 31 4,887 -333 1,166 5,720
Arizona 663 1,699 3,393 234 1,083 9,041 615 14,366 243 40 17,011 -1,694 8,197 23,514
Arkansas 477 1,840 2,351 136 79 3,520 408 6,496 96 175 9,084 -998 3,939 12,025
California 105 15,612 15,263 1,275 8,885 52,965 2,592 2,744 83,724 114 371 100,136 -2,684 41,971 139,423
Colorado 480 2,455 2,520 352 1,205 6,249 609 10,935 79 13,950 -926 5,722 18,746
Connecticut 3 1,994 2,109 326 181 3,930 3 298 6,847 113 61 9,019 -648 5,206 13,576
Delaware 6 586 336 101 119 1,423 6 75 2,061 4 2,657 -85 1,185 3,757
Dist. of Col. (s) 339 59 (s) 326 44 430 1 770 1,354 2,124
Florida 680 6,909 6,859 412 4,696 21,626 659 1,290 35,543 162 360 43,654 -6,022 25,103 62,735
Georgia 747 4,212 4,475 378 2,308 11,141 63 1,125 19,491 272 493 25,214 -2,288 13,740 36,666
Hawaii 50 106 651 72 1,484 1,737 761 67 4,772 7 4,936 -912 2,701 6,725
Idaho 6 587 1,601 146 83 2,223 174 4,228 136 4,956 -138 1,892 6,711
Illinois 1,276 6,981 6,407 905 2,731 11,544 8 1,288 22,883 692 28 31,859 -2,228 13,013 42,644
Indiana 2,214 4,815 4,675 391 375 7,303 14 974 13,731 53 20,814 -2,034 10,008 28,788
Iowa 430 2,291 3,101 822 94 3,801 1 401 8,219 38 29 11,006 -519 4,636 15,124
Kansas 321 1,469 2,572 191 70 3,288 35 283 6,439 55 17 8,302 -470 4,137 11,969
Kentucky 1,136 1,681 3,189 458 1,319 5,531 658 11,154 84 14,056 -1,459 6,434 19,031
Louisiana 290 5,028 3,608 3,958 284 5,071 110 5,866 18,898 94 232 24,541 -1,389 6,691 29,842
Maine 9 402 1,427 343 35 1,696 22 128 3,651 261 4,450 -230 1,647 5,867
Maryland 205 2,300 2,203 301 581 7,029 7 463 10,584 102 47 13,238 -619 6,823 19,442
Massachusetts (s) 4,383 3,140 418 1,225 7,181 19 535 12,518 16 92 17,010 -602 9,445 25,853
Michigan 1,100 5,691 3,586 947 864 11,332 44 1,023 17,795 200 243 25,220 -2,060 11,670 34,831
Minnesota 425 2,844 3,736 740 829 6,467 3 650 12,426 119 158 16,223 -1,051 6,813 21,984
Mississippi 150 1,916 2,468 195 43 3,943 14 294 6,957 92 126 9,240 -1,259 4,488 12,469
Missouri 987 2,254 3,761 426 455 7,427 601 12,670 79 64 16,055 -1,212 7,636 22,479
Montana 314 459 1,166 208 108 1,487 202 3,172 81 4,027 -330 1,327 5,024
Nebraska 299 958 2,408 148 68 2,293 (s) 219 5,136 50 13 6,456 -368 2,759 8,847
Nevada 106 1,429 1,595 100 1,095 3,860 268 6,918 17 8,470 -707 3,247 11,010
New Hampshire 14 543 867 394 60 1,845 17 119 3,301 74 109 4,041 -330 1,838 5,549
New Jersey 42 4,879 3,506 507 1,832 9,807 53 834 16,540 184 41 21,686 -1,108 9,856 30,433
New Mexico 378 574 2,320 142 75 2,407 356 5,301 73 6,326 -585 2,218 7,958
New York 41 10,152 7,302 1,007 4,523 14,397 146 1,310 28,686 313 264 39,968 -2,103 20,884 58,748
North Carolina 906 3,259 4,135 712 1,279 11,736 6 1,107 18,976 261 253 23,655 -2,382 12,893 34,166
North Dakota 582 324 2,068 201 44 1,144 204 3,661 2 4,611 -567 1,886 5,930
Ohio 1,418 6,495 6,160 787 476 12,640 21 1,619 21,703 119 114 29,849 -1,968 14,107 41,988
Oklahoma 173 2,299 3,530 202 452 4,611 26 631 9,453 57 11,984 -992 5,012 16,004
Oregon 64 1,331 2,213 167 532 5,136 30 382 8,459 237 10,092 -410 4,438 14,119
Pennsylvania 1,527 7,907 7,475 1,106 1,203 13,001 23 1,628 24,437 588 274 34,733 -3,053 14,203 45,883
Rhode Island 764 494 74 35 1,000 1 118 1,723 13 2,500 -218 1,359 3,641
South Carolina 518 1,632 2,778 188 192 6,506 12 644 10,320 363 197 13,030 -1,485 8,036 19,580
South Dakota 58 427 951 125 36 1,176 1 158 2,447 7 2,939 -77 1,281 4,143
Tennessee 508 2,106 3,764 208 1,256 8,258 5 874 14,365 242 136 17,356 -1,001 9,646 26,002
Texas 1,999 12,335 22,434 20,250 4,796 33,594 1,262 11,312 93,648 280 169 108,433 -6,622 36,138 137,950
Utah 530 1,281 1,869 98 679 3,445 298 6,389 26 8,226 -732 2,535 10,029
Vermont 108 560 254 15 803 2 90 1,724 83 2,360 -458 834 2,736
Virginia 304 3,484 4,272 510 1,596 9,621 30 842 16,872 182 280 21,122 -1,787 11,271 30,606
Washington 189 2,033 3,737 364 1,584 9,149 1,077 599 16,510 64 352 19,223 -715 7,244 25,752
West Virginia 1,375 571 1,732 299 10 2,133 1 329 4,505 38 6,488 -1,296 2,821 8,013
Wisconsin 654 3,027 3,227 637 234 6,808 10 869 11,784 68 194 15,727 -1,110 7,370 21,987
Wyoming 692 417 1,710 102 30 855 184 2,881 24 4,014 -635 1,316 4,695

United States
25,387 150,631 180,226 42,533 52,727 370,930 7,151 46,735 700,302 5,592 6,627 890,157 -65,079 398,774 1,223,852
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 -$235 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.