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Energy Statistics > Oil Consumption (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Petroleum Consumption (Barrels). This indicates how many barrels of petroleum were consumed in a given state in a given year.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Texas: 1,129,174,000 
# 2     California: 656,863,000 
# 3     Florida: 358,559,000 
# 4     New York: 308,658,000 
# 5     Louisiana: 288,775,000 
# 6     Pennsylvania: 263,233,000 
# 7     Illinois: 242,768,000 
# 8     Ohio: 239,603,000 
# 9     New Jersey: 225,683,000 
# 10     Michigan: 198,641,000 
# 11     North Carolina: 178,544,000 
# 12     Virginia: 167,126,000 
# 13     Indiana: 153,631,000 
# 14     Washington: 152,846,000 
# 15     Massachusetts: 137,854,000 
# 16     Missouri: 135,381,000 
# 17     Kentucky: 130,888,000 
# 18     Tennessee: 129,979,000 
# 19     Wisconsin: 124,783,000 
# 20     Minnesota: 124,687,000 
# 21     Oklahoma: 106,891,000 
# 22     Maryland: 103,914,000 
# 23     Alabama: 100,835,000 
# 24     Arizona: 96,789,000 
# 25     Mississippi: 89,145,000 
# 26     Colorado: 86,814,000 
# 27     Iowa: 78,715,000 
# 28     Kansas: 73,906,000 
# 29     Arkansas: 71,038,000 
# 30     Oregon: 67,081,000 
# 31     Alaska: 51,098,000 
# 32     Utah: 47,939,000 
# 33     New Mexico: 47,125,000 
# 34     Nevada: 45,866,000 
# 35     West Virginia: 39,424,000 
# 36     New Hampshire: 33,295,000 
# 37     Montana: 30,276,000 
# 38     Idaho: 28,576,000 
# 39     Wyoming: 28,063,000 
# 40     North Dakota: 26,444,000 
# 41     Delaware: 26,155,000 
# 42     South Dakota: 20,935,000 
# 43     Georgia: 19,168,000 
# 44     Rhode Island: 18,275,000 
# 45     Vermont: 16,984,000 
# 46     South Carolina: 8,715,000 
# 47     District of Columbia: 6,134,000 
# 48     Maine: 4,174,000 
# 49     Hawaii: 4,148,000 
# 50     Nebraska: 4,081,000 
# 51     Connecticut: 795,000 
Total: 6,730,474,000  
Weighted average: 131,970,078.4  

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CITATION

"Oil Consumption by state", National Priorities Project Database, 2001. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/red/graph/ene_pet_con-energy-oil-consumption&b_map=1

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COMMENTARY     

Fred Duennebier
21st November 2011
Your Hawaii total consumption of 4,148,000 barrels per year is low by an order of magnitude. See
http://38.96.246.204/state/state-energy-profiles-data.cfm?sid=HI#Consumption
EC87
24th May 2011
Is this barrels during an entire year? And which year?
Thanks!

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