Table E3.  Residential Sector Energy Price Estimates, 2017
                      (Dollars per Million Btu)





State
Primary Energy


Electricity
Retail
Sales




Total
Energy e




Coal a


Natural
Gas b
Petroleum Biomass 


Total e

Distillate
Fuel Oil


HGL c


Kerosene


Total

Wood d
Alabama
15.67 15.34 26.08 16.60 25.88 8.00 17.05 36.77 32.03
Alaska
10.65 17.95 31.54 15.96 18.69 10.76 12.82 62.34 22.09
Arizona
15.09 18.94 29.83 16.86 29.81 10.76 16.41 36.45 31.38
Arkansas
12.78 15.71 24.75 17.00 24.60 8.00 13.67 30.12 24.42
California
12.06 19.24 29.48 17.12 29.14 10.76 12.85 53.66 28.84
Colorado
7.63 17.23 23.02 16.43 22.92 10.76 8.87 35.65 17.20
Connecticut
13.56 17.99 33.44 16.98 20.56 6.41 16.86 59.47 28.89
Delaware
12.25 17.72 28.43 15.96 23.70 8.00 15.37 39.12 27.71
Dist. of Col.
12.06 18.74 31.85 19.40 8.00 12.12 37.91 22.33
Florida
20.48 17.64 40.12 16.92 39.90 8.00 26.06 34.02 33.62
Georgia
16.47 17.31 30.19 16.60 30.04 8.00 17.19 34.87 27.87
Hawaii
39.88 18.66 47.95 47.91 10.76 43.58 86.47 81.59
Idaho
7.31 17.75 25.20 16.92 24.20 10.76 9.80 29.43 18.14
Illinois
8.57 17.69 18.15 16.96 18.14 8.08 9.01 37.96 16.75
Indiana
8.59 17.81 22.08 17.08 21.69 8.08 9.66 36.03 20.94
Iowa
8.81 17.64 13.82 16.92 14.07 8.08 9.82 36.16 19.49
Kansas
10.59 17.73 17.80 17.00 17.80 8.08 11.25 39.02 22.69
Kentucky
11.11 17.64 22.29 16.92 21.72 8.00 11.95 31.80 24.14
Louisiana
12.77 15.49 29.21 16.76 28.85 8.00 13.64 28.53 24.98
Maine
14.10 17.84 27.74 16.84 19.46 6.41 16.59 46.80 23.58
Maryland
12.38 18.79 31.93 16.92 23.67 8.00 14.24 40.91 26.92
Massachusetts
12.93 17.97 35.90 16.96 19.81 6.41 15.38 58.79 25.80
Michigan
8.01 17.64 21.04 16.92 20.81 8.08 9.35 45.13 17.87
Minnesota
8.22 17.79 17.59 17.06 17.62 8.08 9.89 38.23 18.79
Mississippi
11.43 15.78 28.02 17.08 28.01 8.00 14.69 32.47 27.33
Missouri
11.71 17.35 17.97 16.64 17.97 8.08 12.29 34.09 23.62
Montana
7.32 16.75 21.20 15.96 20.98 10.76 10.79 32.10 18.04
Nebraska
8.49 17.56 14.97 16.84 15.02 8.08 9.22 32.15 19.39
Nevada
8.48 19.17 29.97 17.06 28.90 10.76 9.61 35.13 22.14
New Hampshire
14.12 16.91 31.35 15.96 21.01 6.41 17.86 56.29 27.05
New Jersey
8.78 18.94 37.04 17.06 22.32 6.41 9.99 45.86 19.69
New Mexico
8.86 15.51 26.07 16.78 26.06 10.76 10.82 37.75 20.64
New York
11.66 18.43 32.05 16.60 21.16 6.41 13.29 52.84 22.25
North Carolina
12.83 17.44 29.37 16.72 26.37 8.00 15.71 32.05 27.07
North Dakota
7.06 17.48 15.17 16.76 15.47 8.08 9.85 30.16 19.55
Ohio
9.06 17.60 28.71 16.88 25.18 8.08 10.35 37.00 19.82
Oklahoma
10.93 17.40 18.94 16.68 18.94 8.00 11.80 31.10 22.39
Oregon
9.90 17.94 27.37 15.96 22.71 10.76 10.88 31.24 21.32
Pennsylvania
10.93 18.79 30.68 16.92 21.11 6.41 13.43 41.70 23.18
Rhode Island
13.60 18.10 38.89 17.08 20.28 6.41 15.88 53.69 25.25
South Carolina
14.11 17.64 34.31 16.92 32.30 8.00 16.77 38.15 33.14
South Dakota
7.76 17.40 15.80 16.68 15.94 8.08 9.81 34.49 21.47
Tennessee
9.92 17.81 23.55 17.08 23.14 8.00 11.01 31.43 24.63
Texas
13.23 15.67 27.27 16.96 27.27 8.00 14.42 32.28 27.39
Utah
8.67 17.74 24.09 16.91 23.77 10.76 9.25 32.10 16.25
Vermont
13.71 17.93 33.33 16.92 23.72 6.41 17.82 51.80 24.51
Virginia
11.69 17.53 31.71 16.81 24.82 8.00 13.94 33.84 25.67
Washington
9.83 19.10 25.14 17.00 23.00 10.76 11.38 28.30 19.98
West Virginia
8.70 17.64 33.82 16.92 27.45 8.00 10.60 34.09 23.29
Wisconsin
8.08 17.48 16.75 16.76 16.86 8.08 9.44 42.04 19.16
Wyoming
8.50 17.42 23.43 16.60 23.24 10.76 11.57 33.33 18.88

United States
10.47 18.17 25.15 16.74 21.61 8.22 12.11 37.77 23.77
aConsumption data are no longer collected and are assumed to be zero. eThere are no direct fuel costs for geothermal or solar energy.
bNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas.  = No consumption.
cHydrocarbon gas liquids, assumed to be propane only. Web Page:  All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
dWood and wood-derived fuels. Sources:  Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.