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Table E13. Transportation Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017
(Million Dollars)

Table E13. Transportation Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2017 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy


Electricity
Retail
Sales




Total
Energy



Coal


Natural
Gas
Petroleum


Total

Aviation
Gasoline

Distillate
Fuel Oil

HGL a
Jet
Fuel b

Lubricants
Motor
Gasoline c

Residual
Fuel Oil


Total
Alabama 2 8 2,470 (s) 159 193 5,880 40 8,750 8,752 8,752
Alaska (s) 5 605 (s) 1,216 31 891 2,748 2,748 2,748
Arizona 31 19 2,179 5 295 178 7,177 9,853 9,884 1 9,885
Arkansas (s) 6 1,669 (s) 96 117 3,290 5,177 5,178 (s) 5,178
California 191 84 10,671 11 8,316 924 43,179 1,968 65,153 65,344 72 65,416
Colorado 7 11 1,571 3 727 136 5,289 7,736 7,742 7 7,750
Connecticut (s) 2 744 3 116 77 3,648 4,590 4,590 19 4,610
Delaware 1 188 2 8 24 1,217 1 1,440 1,440 1,440
Dist. of Col. 8 25 4 263 292 300 30 330
Florida 7 58 4,806 10 1,998 515 20,086 591 28,064 28,072 7 28,079
Georgia 15 15 3,824 3 332 324 10,868 65 15,431 15,446 9 15,455
Hawaii 1 365 (s) 885 26 1,432 63 2,772 2,772 2,772
Idaho 2 6 1,087 (s) 66 62 1,947 3,168 3,171 3,171
Illinois 8 10 5,147 4 1,954 338 10,915 18,367 18,375 33 18,408
Indiana 2 8 3,384 2 658 233 6,973 18 11,276 11,277 2 11,280
Iowa (s) 5 1,850 2 63 123 3,519 5,562 5,562 5,562
Kansas 3 7 1,648 (s) 87 99 2,856 4,698 4,700 4,700
Kentucky 2 4 2,392 1 871 167 5,099 8,534 8,536 8,536
Louisiana 1 8 2,708 3 2,133 226 4,763 333 10,174 10,175 1 10,177
Maine (s) 3 775 (s) 69 51 1,589 3 2,491 2,491 2,491
Maryland 2 5 1,421 2 113 144 6,609 3 8,296 8,298 41 8,339
Massachusetts 6 9 1,180 2 714 139 6,609 14 8,665 8,671 22 8,693
Michigan 3 9 2,433 8 353 254 10,499 27 13,583 13,586 1 13,586
Minnesota 1 9 2,216 2 241 171 6,109 8,748 8,749 2 8,751
Mississippi 1 5 1,824 (s) 1,329 135 3,747 30 7,070 7,071 7,071
Missouri 3 9 2,732 (s) 195 216 6,967 (s) 10,119 10,122 2 10,124
Montana (s) 6 866 (s) 78 47 1,322 2,320 2,320 2,320
Nebraska 1 5 1,555 (s) 96 84 2,050 3,790 3,792 3,792
Nevada 11 2 943 2 407 75 3,116 4,546 4,556 1 4,557
New Hampshire 2 2 253 1 40 34 1,702 2,032 2,034 2,034
New Jersey 5 6 2,290 1 1,944 233 9,413 195 14,081 14,086 27 14,113
New Mexico 2 5 1,580 (s) 84 92 2,278 4,039 4,041 4,041
New York 54 9 3,701 5 2,404 333 13,273 177 19,903 19,957 350 20,307
North Carolina 1 12 2,895 1 178 269 10,961 1 14,317 14,319 (s) 14,319
North Dakota (s) 5 1,082 (s) 55 51 1,028 2,221 2,221 2,221
Ohio 14 10 4,500 1 726 338 11,606 17,182 17,195 3 17,198
Oklahoma 4 7 2,806 11 587 170 4,160 7,741 7,745 7,745
Oregon 3 13 1,676 4 334 114 4,314 6,454 6,458 2 6,460
Pennsylvania 5 9 4,080 9 1,381 310 12,429 11 18,228 18,233 54 18,287
Rhode Island 1 1 160 (s) 57 19 899 1 1,137 1,138 5 1,143
South Carolina 1 7 2,039 2 137 188 6,334 122 8,829 8,830 8,830
South Dakota (s) 3 614 (s) 33 39 1,109 1,799 1,799 1,799
Tennessee 2 9 2,736 1 908 226 7,632 1 11,512 11,514 11,514
Texas 61 51 15,121 17 6,587 1,165 31,084 1,105 55,129 55,191 15 55,205
Utah 4 7 1,396 (s) 466 89 2,961 4,920 4,924 6 4,930
Vermont (s) 1 206 (s) 16 18 759 (s) 1,000 1,000 1,000
Virginia 9 9 2,692 2 696 244 9,262 26 12,930 12,939 14 12,953
Washington 8 11 2,604 3 1,523 222 7,690 1,027 13,079 13,087 1 13,087
West Virginia (s) 1 1,069 1 14 67 1,955 3,107 3,107 3,107
Wisconsin (s) 7 2,077 6 108 165 6,110 8,474 8,474 (s) 8,474
Wyoming (s) 2 1,047 (s) 51 48 802 1,951 1,952 1,952

United States
485 505 119,900 133 41,904 9,548 335,666 5,821 513,479 513,963 728 514,692
aHydrocarbon gas liquids, assumed to be propane only. Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars.
bIncludes kerosene-type jet fuel only; naphtha-type jet fuel is included in "Industrial Sector, Other
Petroleum."
Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
cMotor gasoline as it is consumed; includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
— = No consumption, including cases where adjustments were made. See explanation of adjustments in
Section 7 of the Technical Notes.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.