Table 7-3: Transportation Energy Consumption per Capita: 2009

Table 7-3: Transportation Energy Consumption per Capita: 2009

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State Population (thousands) Petroleum All energy sources
Total (trillion Btu) Per capita1 (million Btu) Total (trillion Btu) Per capita1 (million Btu)
Alabama 4,708.7 449.8 95.5 469.2 99.6
Alaska 698.5 188.3 269.6 190.6 272.9
Arizona 6,595.8 471.1 71.4 493.6 74.8
Arkansas 2,889.5 279.8 96.8 289.0 100.0
California 36,961.7 3,100.6 83.9 3,129.5 84.7
Colorado 5,024.7 403.4 80.3 417.9 83.2
Connecticut 3,518.3 237.6 67.5 244.9 69.6
Delaware 885.1 70.8 80.0 70.8 80.0
District of Columbia 599.7 15.6 26.0 19.2 32.0
Florida 18,538.0 1,441.0 77.7 1,452.7 78.4
Georgia 9,829.2 942.9 95.9 952.9 96.9
Hawaii 1,295.2 128.8 99.4 128.8 99.4
Idaho 1,545.8 118.0 76.3 125.0 80.9
Illinois 12,910.4 969.0 75.1 989.6 76.7
Indiana 6,423.1 585.6 91.2 592.3 92.2
Iowa 3,007.9 288.9 96.0 302.9 100.7
Kansas 2,818.7 252.0 89.4 276.0 97.9
Kentucky 4,314.1 452.3 104.8 465.2 107.8
Louisiana 4,492.1 597.9 133.1 646.8 144.0
Maine 1,318.3 122.6 93.0 123.5 93.7
Maryland 5,699.5 457.4 80.3 466.9 81.9
Massachusetts 6,593.6 447.9 67.9 453.7 68.8
Michigan 9,969.7 715.5 71.8 735.9 73.8
Minnesota 5,266.2 459.2 87.2 472.4 89.7
Mississippi 2,952.0 327.4 110.9 356.8 120.9
Missouri 5,987.6 560.7 93.6 564.7 94.3
Montana 975.0 101.1 103.7 106.0 108.7
Nebraska 1,796.6 164.1 91.3 170.7 95.0
Nevada 2,643.1 211.5 80.0 215.1 81.4
New Hampshire 1,324.6 105.7 79.8 105.8 79.9
New Jersey 8,707.7 896.2 102.9 901.6 103.5
New Mexico 2,009.7 191.0 95.0 202.4 100.7
New York 19,541.5 1,043.4 53.4 1,091.3 55.8
North Carolina 9,380.9 702.1 74.8 708.2 75.5
North Dakota 646.8 78.3 121.0 87.6 135.4
Ohio 11,542.6 909.8 78.8 925.2 80.2
Oklahoma 3,687.1 393.2 106.6 420.6 114.1
Oregon 3,825.7 323.2 84.5 331.8 86.7
Pennsylvania 12,604.8 931.7 73.9 978.5 77.6
Rhode Island 1,053.2 62.8 59.6 63.8 60.6
South Carolina 4,561.2 453.9 99.5 456.4 100.1
South Dakota 812.4 88.2 108.6 91.5 112.6
Tennessee 6,296.3 579.8 92.1 591.6 94.0
Texas 24,782.3 2,625.4 105.9 2,724.2 109.9
Utah 2,784.6 224.4 80.6 235.6 84.6
Vermont 621.8 53.5 86.0 53.5 86.0
Virginia 7,882.6 734.2 93.1 745.5 94.6
Washington 6,664.2 603.6 90.6 611.5 91.8
West Virginia 1,819.8 145.9 80.2 165.1 90.7
Wisconsin 5,654.8 428.6 75.8 430.4 76.1
Wyoming 544.3 102.6 188.5 121.1 222.5
United States 307,006.6 26,238.4 85.5 26,965.6 87.8

1Calculated by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Research and Innovative Technology Administration.

KEY: Btu = British thermal unit.

NOTE: Totals may not equal sum of components due to rounding.

SOURCE: Population: U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, Population Estimates Vintage 2009, available at http://www.census.gov/popest/index.html as of May 1, 2012. Consumption: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System 2011, Consumption Estimates, available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.cfm#consumption as of May 1, 2012.