Table 7-2: Energy Consumption by End-Use Sector: 2010

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(Trillion Btu)

State Total energy consumed1 End-use sectors2
Transportation Residential Commercial Industrial
Trillion Btu Percent Trillion Btu Percent Trillion Btu Percent Trillion Btu Percent
Alabama 1,959.7 485.5 24.8 417.5 21.3 270.9 13.8 785.8 40.1
Alaska 641.7 210.6 32.8 52.1 8.1 66.2 10.3 312.7 48.7
Arizona 1,399.6 477.8 34.1 381.0 27.2 331.9 23.7 208.9 14.9
Arkansas 1,125.6 294.3 26.1 253.8 22.5 177.2 15.7 400.2 35.6
California 7,825.7 3,096.8 39.6 1,462.5 18.7 1,500.9 19.2 1,765.4 22.6
Colorado 1,516.9 430.2 28.4 350.9 23.1 287.7 19.0 448.0 29.5
Connecticut 754.0 244.6 32.4 247.0 32.8 186.6 24.7 75.7 10.0
Delaware 256.2 66.7 26.0 72.5 28.3 63.6 24.8 53.4 20.8
District of Columbia 185.5 19.5 10.5 38.8 20.9 124.0 66.8 3.2 1.7
Florida 4,381.9 1,558.7 35.6 1,298.8 29.6 1,001.8 22.9 522.6 11.9
Georgia 3,155.7 984.3 31.2 821.3 26.0 587.1 18.6 762.9 24.2
Hawaii 272.2 134.0 49.2 34.2 12.6 39.8 14.6 64.2 23.6
Idaho 533.8 136.6 25.6 126.3 23.7 84.9 15.9 185.9 34.8
Illinois 3,936.7 992.2 25.2 982.3 25.0 774.6 19.7 1,187.6 30.2
Indiana 2,871.1 616.5 21.5 581.1 20.2 381.9 13.3 1,291.6 45.0
Iowa 1,492.3 312.4 20.9 244.0 16.4 202.5 13.6 733.4 49.1
Kansas 1,165.3 268.0 23.0 257.9 22.1 222.2 19.1 417.2 35.8
Kentucky 1,976.5 474.3 24.0 407.8 20.6 263.6 13.3 830.9 42.0
Louisiana 4,065.4 694.3 17.1 385.2 9.5 281.7 6.9 2,704.2 66.5
Maine 407.3 125.9 30.9 79.2 19.4 62.0 15.2 140.2 34.4
Maryland 1,481.1 443.2 29.9 447.3 30.2 437.5 29.5 153.0 10.3
Massachusetts 1,396.9 458.5 32.8 426.9 30.6 283.6 20.3 227.9 16.3
Michigan 2,798.1 741.2 26.5 762.2 27.2 600.3 21.5 694.4 24.8
Minnesota 1,867.3 483.0 25.9 395.8 21.2 339.9 18.2 648.6 34.7
Mississippi 1,189.2 368.4 31.0 241.8 20.3 166.9 14.0 412.0 34.6
Missouri 1,928.4 571.8 29.7 557.2 28.9 421.4 21.9 378.0 19.6
Montana 401.4 111.9 27.9 87.5 21.8 76.6 19.1 125.5 31.3
Nebraska 843.8 182.2 21.6 165.4 19.6 143.8 17.0 352.4 41.8
Nevada 646.1 210.8 32.6 152.4 23.6 115.1 17.8 167.7 26.0
New Hampshire 295.5 106.7 36.1 83.3 28.2 65.9 22.3 39.6 13.4
New Jersey 2,447.5 953.3 38.9 596.4 24.4 638.6 26.1 259.3 10.6
New Mexico 680.1 199.0 29.3 123.0 18.1 125.7 18.5 232.4 34.2
New York 3,728.4 1,042.3 28.0 1,118.1 30.0 1,222.0 32.8 346.1 9.3
North Carolina 2,705.2 721.7 26.7 809.0 29.9 614.0 22.7 560.5 20.7
North Dakota 480.7 102.7 21.4 66.9 13.9 67.4 14.0 243.8 50.7
Ohio 3,833.7 958.6 25.0 944.8 24.6 700.6 18.3 1,229.7 32.1
Oklahoma 1,551.6 420.1 27.1 329.2 21.2 251.1 16.2 551.3 35.5
Oregon 977.1 319.5 32.7 239.5 24.5 184.2 18.9 234.0 23.9
Pennsylvania 3,758.8 993.2 26.4 943.9 25.1 687.0 18.3 1,134.8 30.2
Rhode Island 197.2 64.2 32.6 61.3 31.1 45.3 23.0 26.4 13.4
South Carolina 1,661.6 461.2 27.8 402.7 24.2 274.7 16.5 523.0 31.5
South Dakota 379.6 95.1 25.1 71.4 18.8 63.3 16.7 149.8 39.5
Tennessee 2,250.6 609.8 27.1 606.9 27.0 400.1 17.8 633.8 28.2
Texas 11,769.9 2,815.5 23.9 1,689.1 14.4 1,478.5 12.6 5,786.7 49.2
Utah 763.7 234.3 30.7 166.0 21.7 154.2 20.2 209.2 27.4
Vermont 147.6 52.4 35.5 43.3 29.3 28.7 19.4 23.2 15.7
Virginia 2,502.1 746.7 29.8 683.0 27.3 633.1 25.3 439.2 17.6
Washington 2,036.5 612.7 30.1 478.8 23.5 380.1 18.7 564.9 27.7
West Virginia 738.9 174.7 23.6 172.8 23.4 113.4 15.3 278.0 37.6
Wisconsin 1,800.1 443.1 24.6 427.7 23.8 352.0 19.6 577.3 32.1
Wyoming 535.3 122.8 22.9 48.4 9.0 63.9 11.9 300.1 56.1
United States 97,710.6 27,443.8 28.1 21,836.2 22.3 18,040.1 18.5 30,390.6 31.1

1U.S. total energy and U.S. industrial sector include -6.2 trillion Btu of net imports of coal coke that is not allocated to the States.

2End-use sector data include electricity sales and associated electrical system energy losses.

KEY: Btu = British thermal unit.

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

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System, Consumption Estimates, table C1, available at www.eia.gov/state/seds, as of March 2013.