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Table E4. Commercial sector energy price estimates, 2022
(dollars per million Btu)

Table E4. Commercial sector energy price estimates, 2022 (dollars per million Btu)





State
Primary energy


Electricity g




Total
energy f



Coal


Natural
gas a
Petroleum Biomass


Total f
Distillate
fuel oil

HGL b

Kerosene
Motor
gasoline c
Residual
fuel oil

Total d
Wood and
waste e
Alabama 13.13 27.76 20.07 36.32 29.00 19.65 27.39 13.07 18.65 38.57 31.34
Alaska 5.82 10.31 31.13 21.00 36.46 46.12 31.91 9.68 15.36 58.79 24.43
Arizona 10.47 28.82 22.17 38.50 37.10 31.97 17.59 17.84 31.66 26.91
Arkansas 12.61 28.43 20.55 37.19 29.34 27.62 12.71 14.39 30.06 20.43
California 15.59 29.27 22.52 39.11 42.81 36.53 3.35 20.49 63.93 43.19
Colorado 3.75 10.88 28.06 19.17 29.66 31.65 27.37 17.59 14.39 33.95 23.48
Connecticut 12.49 31.31 23.58 39.27 33.83 24.68 30.73 10.48 16.73 54.35 29.78
Delaware 11.98 28.21 21.13 36.87 32.71 17.87 28.12 13.07 15.65 32.19 23.93
Dist. of Col. 14.56 30.26 22.40 39.09 34.41 31.76 0.84 14.77 45.71 32.70
Florida 13.87 28.28 21.58 37.48 29.50 27.96 0.87 18.56 32.81 28.92
Georgia 11.07 27.75 21.17 36.78 28.33 26.78 13.07 15.94 35.47 29.05
Hawaii 48.11 28.38 21.84 46.14 29.93 0.85 25.17 117.76 67.43
Idaho 6.92 30.70 19.74 30.56 34.59 29.47 13.45 11.54 24.23 16.98
Illinois 2.22 11.69 28.31 19.57 40.76 31.59 29.12 13.21 13.35 33.17 20.49
Indiana 7.51 9.04 28.58 19.71 41.05 30.53 20.22 27.51 2.67 11.36 37.68 21.76
Iowa 4.14 10.40 28.42 19.53 40.66 31.05 28.59 5.33 14.95 30.92 20.16
Kansas 11.92 28.55 19.62 40.86 30.84 27.55 13.21 13.87 33.74 23.74
Kentucky 6.50 11.57 28.42 19.53 40.66 31.57 27.24 13.07 14.81 34.53 25.95
Louisiana 12.79 27.88 20.15 36.47 29.15 27.33 13.07 16.06 34.97 28.50
Maine 15.87 31.11 23.40 38.96 33.63 24.48 28.34 7.46 22.45 45.15 29.61
Maryland 13.59 30.96 22.40 39.09 32.87 18.94 30.43 7.17 17.01 37.08 26.86
Massachusetts 15.11 31.31 23.56 38.94 33.51 24.66 30.82 1.77 16.90 54.70 30.14
Michigan 9.45 28.57 19.53 40.66 30.85 20.03 27.05 8.70 11.47 36.78 20.79
Minnesota 3.93 10.07 28.85 19.69 40.88 31.63 20.19 27.21 5.21 12.36 36.05 20.37
Mississippi 11.82 28.56 20.65 37.37 29.10 26.46 13.07 16.01 34.46 27.49
Missouri 3.51 11.02 27.94 19.20 39.98 30.13 26.58 7.67 13.76 28.00 21.50
Montana 3.20 9.72 27.27 18.63 28.83 34.44 23.10 17.59 11.53 31.29 18.22
Nebraska 9.76 28.28 19.43 40.47 31.90 19.93 27.27 4.51 11.99 25.85 18.23
Nevada 9.00 29.16 22.44 38.96 38.63 32.74 17.59 13.85 29.73 21.73
New Hampshire 15.67 31.74 22.18 36.93 32.65 23.21 26.98 7.11 21.21 54.78 33.27
New Jersey 12.58 30.41 22.53 39.32 31.68 18.87 30.59 1.21 14.45 40.29 24.79
New Mexico 10.02 28.04 20.27 36.69 30.27 26.18 17.59 12.74 32.46 22.01
New York 9.99 30.23 21.98 37.92 31.56 18.59 29.34 2.46 13.42 53.31 28.37
North Carolina 7.52 11.99 27.95 21.32 37.04 30.52 16.81 28.56 13.07 19.21 25.65 23.09
North Dakota 1.57 9.08 28.15 19.34 40.28 32.96 26.07 13.21 13.03 24.78 19.36
Ohio 7.84 28.34 19.48 40.57 31.51 28.18 12.35 10.99 30.46 18.87
Oklahoma 11.27 28.01 19.25 40.09 30.20 27.25 3.14 14.30 30.30 23.21
Oregon 9.63 27.19 21.00 36.46 39.62 30.44 14.04 14.74 27.42 21.59
Pennsylvania 5.37 11.81 30.30 22.40 40.57 33.59 16.37 30.02 5.13 15.07 31.46 21.02
Rhode Island 14.81 31.61 23.73 39.51 33.54 24.83 30.87 10.48 19.24 47.57 31.78
South Carolina 11.79 28.28 21.58 37.48 28.72 17.01 27.02 13.07 16.86 31.82 26.90
South Dakota 8.60 28.01 19.25 40.09 32.13 19.74 26.81 13.21 11.15 29.92 20.61
Tennessee 11.08 28.68 19.71 41.05 30.64 28.13 13.07 14.35 35.23 27.06
Texas 11.34 28.36 20.50 37.10 28.76 26.88 13.07 14.83 26.51 22.77
Utah 8.53 28.93 19.76 30.58 34.42 26.78 10.58 11.24 24.58 16.94
Vermont 8.38 32.17 23.51 39.14 33.79 24.60 28.29 9.71 17.52 50.66 26.76
Virginia 6.24 10.92 28.00 21.44 37.24 29.64 16.90 26.94 1.74 14.07 28.30 23.54
Washington 9.76 29.25 22.36 38.83 37.87 31.25 16.61 14.67 27.82 21.62
West Virginia 8.91 28.93 21.58 37.48 32.00 28.51 13.07 12.32 30.54 20.32
Wisconsin 9.09 28.33 19.34 40.28 32.61 26.88 10.05 11.11 34.72 19.68
Wyoming 3.15 10.46 28.36 19.37 29.98 32.24 27.52 17.59 14.77 27.98 19.97

United States
5.22 11.25 29.38 21.08 38.82 32.89 21.39 29.22 4.74 14.77 36.37 25.55
aIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. gElectricity sales to ultimate customers.
bHydrocarbon gas liquids, assumed to be propane only. — = No consumption.
cIncludes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Note:The commercial sector includes commercial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and commercial
electricity-only plants.
dIncludes small amounts of petroleum coke not shown separately. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
eWood, 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/
fThere are no direct fuel costs for hydroelectric, geothermal, solar, or wind energy.