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Table E9. Total end-use energy expenditure estimates, 2022
(million dollars)

Table E9. Total end-use energy expenditure estimates, 2022 (million dollars)





State
Primary energy


Electricity j



Total
energy h,i



Coal


Natural
gas a
Petroleum Biomass


Total h,i
Distillate
fuel oil b

HGL c

Jet fuel d
Motor
gasoline e
Residual
fuel oil

Other f

Total
Wood and
waste g
Alabama 185 2,471 5,203 230 251 11,161 146 866 17,857 431 20,944 10,056 31,000
Alaska 43 756 2,372 34 3,201 1,491 (s) 391 7,488 53 8,340 1,230 9,570
Arizona 21 1,307 5,901 298 1,925 13,056 889 22,069 38 23,436 9,525 32,961
Arkansas 14 2,264 3,932 181 163 5,274 581 10,130 147 12,555 4,837 17,392
California 121 19,900 32,746 1,568 12,259 68,399 4,886 3,953 123,812 257 144,090 55,918 200,007
Colorado 11 3,402 5,239 468 1,984 9,590 940 18,221 104 21,738 6,634 28,371
Connecticut 1,868 3,372 373 273 5,918 5 425 10,366 37 12,272 5,852 18,124
Delaware 545 524 138 265 1,886 5 117 2,936 3 3,485 1,332 4,817
Dist. of Col. 436 130 3 405 71 608 1 1,045 1,530 2,574
Florida 34 2,644 11,495 559 7,760 32,346 1,202 1,881 55,243 232 58,153 31,129 89,282
Georgia 51 4,476 7,423 504 3,334 15,595 199 1,447 28,501 511 33,539 17,406 50,946
Hawaii 139 627 104 2,234 2,292 222 98 5,576 3 5,719 3,575 9,293
Idaho 14 650 2,613 214 286 3,382 (s) 256 6,750 166 7,580 2,230 9,809
Illinois 381 10,917 10,630 1,273 4,024 15,663 19 1,835 33,444 32 44,773 15,937 60,710
Indiana 959 5,708 7,812 525 575 10,985 36 1,423 21,357 64 28,088 11,540 39,628
Iowa 86 3,700 5,171 1,191 167 6,018 2 605 13,154 38 16,978 5,187 22,165
Kansas 6 2,519 4,518 269 212 4,487 63 441 9,990 17 12,532 4,714 17,246
Kentucky 107 2,111 5,276 698 2,227 8,112 1 857 17,172 107 19,497 7,852 27,349
Louisiana 34 8,045 6,220 6,845 527 7,455 352 5,909 27,308 253 35,641 9,236 44,877
Maine 485 2,252 414 105 2,554 40 217 5,582 209 6,276 2,072 8,347
Maryland 27 2,648 3,249 366 957 8,888 13 645 14,118 29 16,823 7,950 24,773
Massachusetts 5,196 4,908 447 1,650 9,889 25 784 17,704 68 22,968 10,843 33,811
Michigan 338 6,997 5,611 1,170 1,105 15,897 77 1,368 25,228 218 32,782 13,250 46,032
Minnesota 48 4,233 5,475 1,054 1,098 9,088 3 916 17,634 152 22,067 7,896 29,963
Mississippi 8 1,529 4,046 262 189 5,860 40 512 10,908 138 12,583 5,006 17,589
Missouri 54 2,862 5,725 653 687 11,441 (s) 847 19,353 80 22,349 8,237 30,586
Montana 13 667 1,854 311 187 2,265 277 4,893 108 5,682 1,480 7,162
Nebraska 24 1,643 3,869 200 159 3,419 (s) 402 8,049 9 9,725 2,989 12,714
Nevada 20 1,067 2,505 150 2,026 5,662 403 10,745 17 11,850 4,302 16,152
New Hampshire 427 1,366 528 117 2,660 29 164 4,864 77 5,367 2,279 7,646
New Jersey 5,579 5,334 626 2,688 13,132 568 1,142 23,490 24 29,094 10,921 40,014
New Mexico 6 804 3,810 206 224 3,498 414 8,151 91 9,052 2,702 11,755
New York 22 11,518 13,149 1,187 6,564 19,435 424 1,841 42,599 240 54,379 26,246 80,625
North Carolina 63 3,114 6,608 982 2,127 18,023 12 1,488 29,240 241 32,658 13,363 46,021
North Dakota 131 564 3,088 230 119 1,603 322 5,362 5 6,061 2,123 8,184
Ohio 658 8,523 9,574 1,060 1,396 17,559 48 2,075 31,712 122 41,015 15,773 56,787
Oklahoma 23 2,824 5,882 292 1,177 6,814 54 646 14,863 68 17,778 6,868 24,645
Oregon 4 1,324 4,190 235 743 6,955 22 537 12,683 246 14,257 5,217 19,474
Pennsylvania 1,001 8,327 12,711 1,840 1,516 17,902 38 2,120 36,127 272 45,728 17,162 62,889
Rhode Island 595 894 88 57 1,429 2 185 2,654 9 3,258 1,462 4,720
South Carolina 13 1,726 4,326 277 436 9,298 210 787 15,334 212 17,285 8,885 26,170
South Dakota 11 658 1,586 158 98 1,870 1 258 3,973 13 4,654 1,405 6,060
Tennessee 122 2,779 6,093 302 2,212 12,432 5 1,218 22,262 104 25,267 11,090 36,357
Texas 28 16,383 35,546 29,531 7,398 49,682 2,606 13,830 138,592 175 155,178 47,454 202,632
Utah 19 1,506 3,464 171 1,284 5,023 (s) 486 10,428 23 11,976 2,904 14,881
Vermont 140 833 286 35 1,125 5 131 2,415 96 2,650 930 3,580
Virginia 195 3,042 6,371 689 3,049 13,432 49 1,176 24,766 217 28,220 14,215 42,435
Washington 10 2,255 5,748 454 2,644 11,610 2,130 768 23,353 370 25,988 8,124 34,112
West Virginia 79 773 2,942 406 25 2,959 1 428 6,760 51 7,663 3,210 10,873
Wisconsin 42 4,093 5,391 921 310 10,110 21 1,146 17,900 169 22,204 8,351 30,556
Wyoming 77 767 2,649 142 55 1,230 241 4,318 39 5,200 1,326 6,526

United States
5,104 178,905 302,252 61,113 84,100 526,258 13,563 60,757 1,048,043 6,386 1,237,681 481,757 1,719,438
aIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. iThe U.S. total includes -$759 million of coal coke net imports, which are not allocated to the states.
bIncludes biodiesel and renewable diesel blended into distillate fuel oil. Includes biodiesel and
renewable diesel product supplied.
jElectricity sales to ultimate customers.
cHydrocarbon gas liquids, include natural gas liquids and refinery olefins. — = No consumption, including cases where adjustments were made. See explanation of
adjustments in Section 7 of the Technical Notes.
dKerosene-type jet fuel only; naphtha-type jet fuel is included in "Other petroleum." Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars.
eIncludes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Notes: · Total end-use energy expenditure estimates are the sum of expenditure estimates for the
residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation sectors. ·Totals may not equal sum of
components due to independent rounding.
fIncludes asphalt and road oil, aviation gasoline, kerosene, lubricants, petroleum coke, and the
“other petroleum products” category. See Technical Notes, Section 4.
Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
gWood, wood-derived fuels, and biomass waste. Data Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System. See Technical
Notes. http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/
hThere are no direct fuel costs for hydroelectric, geothermal, solar, or wind energy.