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Energy Statistics > Total Energy Consumption (per capita) (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Total Energy Consumption (BBtu). This dataset indicates the total amount of energy (in any form) consumed in terms of billions of British Thermal Units. Per capita figures expressed per 10 population.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Alaska: 11.1 per 10 people 
# 2     Wyoming: 8.623 per 10 people 
# 3     Louisiana: 7.736 per 10 people 
# 4     North Dakota: 6.391 per 10 people 
# 5     Texas: 5.262 per 10 people 
# 6     Kentucky: 4.503 per 10 people 
# 7     Indiana: 4.467 per 10 people 
# 8     Oklahoma: 4.339 per 10 people 
# 9     Alabama: 4.262 per 10 people 
# 10     West Virginia: 4.192 per 10 people 
# 11     Mississippi: 4.014 per 10 people 
# 12     Arkansas: 3.981 per 10 people 
# 13     Montana: 3.907 per 10 people 
# 14     Iowa: 3.879 per 10 people 
# 15     Kansas: 3.803 per 10 people 
# 16     Maine: 3.713 per 10 people 
# 17     Tennessee: 3.682 per 10 people 
# 18     South Carolina: 3.64 per 10 people 
# 19     Nebraska: 3.565 per 10 people 
# 20     New Mexico: 3.522 per 10 people 
# 21     Idaho: 3.506 per 10 people 
# 22     Ohio: 3.474 per 10 people 
# 23     Delaware: 3.468 per 10 people 
# 24     Minnesota: 3.399 per 10 people 
# 25     Wisconsin: 3.366 per 10 people 
# 26     Washington: 3.235 per 10 people 
# 27     South Dakota: 3.196 per 10 people 
# 28     Georgia: 3.175 per 10 people 
# 29     Pennsylvania: 3.156 per 10 people 
# 30     Missouri: 3.129 per 10 people 
# 31     Michigan: 3.083 per 10 people 
# 32     Virginia: 3.059 per 10 people 
# 33     Illinois: 3.032 per 10 people 
# 34     North Carolina: 2.983 per 10 people 
# 35     Utah: 2.937 per 10 people 
# 36     Oregon: 2.923 per 10 people 
# 37     New Jersey: 2.868 per 10 people 
# 38     Colorado: 2.722 per 10 people 
# 39     Vermont: 2.626 per 10 people 
# 40     Maryland: 2.536 per 10 people 
# 41     New Hampshire: 2.459 per 10 people 
# 42     Massachusetts: 2.421 per 10 people 
# 43     Florida: 2.324 per 10 people 
# 44     Arizona: 2.278 per 10 people 
# 45     Hawaii: 2.213 per 10 people 
# 46     California: 2.174 per 10 people 
# 47     New York: 2.147 per 10 people 
# 48     Rhode Island: 2.112 per 10 people 
# 49     District of Columbia: 0.306 per 10 people 
# 50     Nevada: 0.261 per 10 people 
# 51     Connecticut: 0.243 per 10 people 
Weighted average: 3.5 per 10 people  

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"Total Energy Consumption (per capita) by state", National Priorities Project Database, 2001 . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/ene_tot_ene_con_percap-energy-total-consumption-per-capita

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