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Table E8. Primary Energy, Electricity, and Total Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2020
(Million Dollars)

Table E8. Primary Energy, Electricity, and Total Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2020 (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 605 2,430 2,411 160 81 5,285 35 555 8,528 306 294 12,162 -1,778 8,186 18,570
Alaska 125 594 991 23 1,017 783 297 3,111 30 3,860 -313 1,162 4,709
Arizona 341 1,818 2,780 193 541 6,858 528 10,901 232 26 13,319 -1,533 8,553 20,340
Arkansas 309 1,696 1,866 116 48 2,672 (s) 382 5,084 93 105 7,287 -721 3,802 10,368
California 99 15,128 12,059 1,075 3,310 36,308 1,292 2,408 56,453 111 309 72,222 -2,419 44,682 114,485
Colorado 371 2,181 1,854 278 464 4,681 639 7,917 55 10,524 -804 5,729 15,449
Connecticut (s) 1,739 1,582 295 63 2,762 4 275 4,981 102 46 6,867 -515 5,188 11,540
Delaware 5 581 249 81 82 1,021 6 69 1,507 3 2,095 -59 1,117 3,153
Dist. of Col. 295 35 (s) 230 37 303 1 599 1,164 1,763
Florida 459 6,198 5,277 384 2,010 16,280 73 1,136 25,161 167 251 32,235 -5,188 24,394 51,441
Georgia 419 3,876 3,740 340 865 8,699 19 898 14,561 263 395 19,513 -1,743 13,247 31,017
Hawaii 46 70 543 61 501 1,154 476 57 2,791 5 2,912 -629 2,413 4,696
Idaho 6 541 1,260 117 56 1,841 162 3,437 96 4,081 -85 1,953 5,949
Illinois 740 6,095 4,865 802 986 7,841 3 1,118 15,615 667 22 23,139 -1,726 12,703 34,115
Indiana 1,747 4,143 3,547 332 176 5,506 7 852 10,421 43 16,354 -1,603 9,537 24,287
Iowa 294 1,811 2,448 672 45 2,754 424 6,343 20 22 8,488 -337 4,543 12,694
Kansas 303 1,332 1,982 158 57 2,481 30 268 4,976 62 12 6,685 -438 4,016 10,263
Kentucky 928 1,482 2,422 360 771 4,071 490 8,113 53 10,576 -1,185 6,117 15,508
Louisiana 236 4,048 2,771 4,063 134 3,661 93 3,863 14,586 98 185 19,153 -1,200 6,280 24,234
Maine 6 358 1,108 282 20 1,301 14 162 2,886 181 3,516 -168 1,537 4,885
Maryland 118 2,140 1,753 266 329 4,834 17 394 7,592 98 28 9,976 -450 6,426 15,952
Massachusetts 3,794 2,393 343 316 4,812 4 482 8,349 65 12,208 -404 9,098 20,902
Michigan 768 5,133 2,622 768 269 7,953 23 870 12,504 162 174 18,908 -1,654 11,816 29,070
Minnesota 325 2,430 2,578 614 238 4,598 1 632 8,662 123 102 11,726 -747 6,668 17,647
Mississippi 143 1,738 1,929 153 59 3,017 7 305 5,470 26 99 7,476 -1,081 4,186 10,581
Missouri 870 2,007 2,927 341 160 5,623 (s) 611 9,663 68 46 12,654 -1,063 7,297 18,888
Montana 225 438 1,008 167 73 1,199 191 2,638 58 3,360 -237 1,279 4,401
Nebraska 267 877 1,854 124 44 1,722 (s) 231 3,975 42 8 5,169 -328 2,797 7,637
Nevada 70 1,346 1,145 89 477 2,818 250 4,779 11 6,206 -614 3,186 8,778
New Hampshire 5 375 704 329 31 1,324 8 115 2,511 64 67 3,021 -179 1,779 4,621
New Jersey 34 4,073 2,689 437 563 6,730 295 698 11,413 176 30 15,727 -644 9,745 24,827
New Mexico 355 577 1,760 121 52 1,762 341 4,036 46 5,014 -520 2,297 6,791
New York 18 9,116 5,170 833 1,341 10,164 113 1,145 18,766 255 188 28,801 -1,705 20,872 47,968
North Carolina 583 3,021 3,338 644 628 8,809 13 884 14,317 263 205 18,389 -1,945 12,293 28,737
North Dakota 561 273 1,391 139 39 833 256 2,658 2 3,735 -732 1,845 4,848
Ohio 1,251 5,789 4,838 630 294 8,986 18 1,351 16,118 121 86 23,365 -1,715 13,345 34,994
Oklahoma 125 2,080 2,566 175 312 3,455 12 554 7,074 48 9,328 -898 4,676 13,106
Oregon 40 1,273 1,892 132 224 3,787 37 330 6,401 176 7,890 -326 4,502 12,065
Pennsylvania 903 6,911 5,704 881 402 9,586 11 1,310 17,894 513 204 26,426 -2,398 13,516 37,545
Rhode Island 660 379 64 18 705 (s) 121 1,286 11 1,957 -180 1,363 3,140
South Carolina 433 1,480 2,228 178 163 4,857 9 506 7,942 351 153 10,359 -1,299 7,597 16,657
South Dakota 41 380 845 93 33 934 1 161 2,067 6 2,495 -58 1,277 3,714
Tennessee 381 1,823 2,819 172 708 6,185 4 741 10,628 238 96 13,165 -781 9,017 21,401
Texas 1,792 10,636 15,346 16,757 1,809 23,364 759 7,999 66,034 269 129 78,864 -5,723 35,055 108,196
Utah 500 1,237 1,593 74 322 2,733 307 5,029 17 6,783 -667 2,593 8,709
Vermont 96 439 212 9 560 1 89 1,310 61 1,869 -414 871 2,325
Virginia 235 3,029 3,325 483 914 7,235 21 697 12,676 179 208 16,326 -1,489 10,740 25,577
Washington 135 2,027 2,822 298 681 6,184 381 438 10,805 64 252 13,480 -691 7,143 19,932
West Virginia 1,140 527 1,215 282 9 1,521 (s) 289 3,316 27 5,012 -1,086 2,803 6,729
Wisconsin 513 2,648 2,483 533 90 4,934 8 734 8,782 63 144 12,152 -956 7,300 18,496
Wyoming 677 427 1,202 81 18 686 167 2,154 19 3,277 -638 1,230 3,869

United States
19,550 134,780 136,746 36,206 21,855 268,098 3,798 37,817 504,521 5,195 4,902 670,566 -54,067 390,934 1,007,433
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 -$138 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.