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This page displays a table with the state energy rankings for energy production, per capita energy consumption and per capita energy spending in all 50 states in the U.S., as of October 2011. Information comes from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.[1]

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State energy rankings for energy production, consumption and expenditures
State Production, U.S. Share Production, Rank Consumption per Capita, Million Btu Consumption per Capita, Rank Expenditures per Capita, Dollars Expenditures per Capita, Rank
Alaska 2.1 12 881 3 $10,692.00 1
Alabama 1.8 14 402 13 $5,096.00 15
Arkansas 1.8 15 380 17 $4,780.00 21
Arizona 0.8 27 221 44 $3,474.00 50
California 3.4 9 209 47 $3,612.00 47
Colorado 3.5 7 289 34 $3,779.00 43
Connecticut 0.3 41 207 49 $4,284.00 31
District of Columbia 0 51 291 33 $3,871.00 41
Delaware 0 49 299 30 $4,357.00 28
Florida 0.7 30 221 45 $3,564.00 48
Georgia 0.7 29 306 28 $4,322.00 30
Hawaii 0 48 208 48 $5,521.00 8
Iowa 0.9 24 494 5 $5,602.00 6
Idaho 0.2 42 332 22 $4,158.00 35
Illinois 2.8 11 309 27 $3,960.00 40
Indiana 1.4 21 440 9 $4,990.00 18
Kansas 1 23 405 12 $5,179.00 14
Kentucky 3.6 6 438 10 $5,301.00 12
Louisiana 5.1 3 886 2 $10,237.00 2
Massachusetts 0.1 45 211 46 $4,124.00 36
Maryland 0.4 38 244 40 $3,974.00 39
Maine 0.2 43 311 26 $5,508.00 10
Michigan 0.9 25 284 35 $3,999.00 37
Minnesota 0.6 34 349 18 $4,547.00 23
Mississippi 0.3 40 313 25 $4,452.00 26
Missouri 0.6 33 391 15 $5,095.00 16
Montana 1.4 17 398 14 $5,589.00 7
North Carolina 0.7 28 267 38 $3,741.00 44
North Dakota 2 13 768 4 $9,360.00 4
Nebraska 0.5 35 473 7 $5,413.00 11
New Hampshire 0.2 44 222 43 $4,526.00 25
New Jersey 0.5 36 276 37 $4,891.00 19
New Mexico 2.9 10 331 23 $4,256.00 33
Nevada 0.1 47 233 42 $3,555.00 49
New York 1.1 22 185 50 $3,378.00 51
Ohio 1.4 20 332 21 $4,419.00 27
Oklahoma 3.5 8 421 11 $5,223.00 13
Oregon 0.7 31 262 39 $3,863.00 42
Pennsylvania 5 4 292 32 $4,329.00 29
Rhode Island 0 50 175 51 $3,634.00 46
South Carolina 0.9 26 345 19 $4,531.00 24
South Dakota 0.3 39 464 8 $5,521.00 9
Tennessee 0.7 32 344 20 $4,641.00 22
Texas 16.2 1 476 6 $6,605.00 5
Utah 1.5 16 283 36 $3,706.00 45
Virginia 1.4 19 295 31 $4,185.00 34
Vermont 0.1 46 238 41 $5,029.00 17
Washington 1.4 18 305 29 $3,975.00 38
Wisconsin 0.4 37 313 24 $4,266.00 32
West Virginia 4.9 5 390 16 $4,792.00 20
Wyoming 13.3 2 975 1 $9,529.00 3

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