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AMO State Rankings

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State Name 2010 Population (million) 2010 GDP (million) Total Energy Consumption 2009 (trillion Btu) Total Industrial Energy Consumption 2009 (Trillion Btu) Total Industrial Electricity Use 2009 (Trillion Btu) Total Industrial Natural Gas Use 2009 (Trillion Btu)
Alabama 4.8 154.1 1,906.8 788.5 311.8 160.0
Alaska 0.7 45.0 630.4 325.4 13.5 266.5
Arizona 6.4 228.5 1,454.3 207.8 118.6 18.3
Arkansas 2.9 91.8 1,054.8 372.5 155.8 83.1
California 37.3 1,731.8 8,005.5 1,770.0 506.7 792.8
Colorado 5 235.2 1,452.2 409.9 143.7 202.7
Connecticut 3.6 211.3 788.4 83.6 39.1 25.2
Delaware 0.9 56.2 254.7 60.3 29.0 18.0
District of Columbia 0.6 90.7 182.4 3.9 3.2 0.0
Florida 18.8 673.4 4,295.2 486.6 179.2 67.6
Georgia 9.7 362.0 2,949.3 720.0 310.8 143.6
Hawaii 1.4 59.3 269.8 63.3 38.4 0.4
Idaho 1.6 50.7 509.0 169.9 87.8 24.8
Illinois 12.8 581.3 3,815.1 1,108.0 439.6 238.2
Indiana 6.5 245.4 2,622.6 1,150.1 456.0 248.9
Iowa 3 127.7 1,418.5 682.5 192.9 165.7
Kansas 2.9 114.0 1,084.3 386.0 106.8 127.3
Kentucky 4.3 144.6 1,876.6 811.1 462.7 102.2
Louisiana 4.5 195.2 3,366.3 2,079.2 271.3 960.3
Maine 1.3 46.0 430.5 139.7 30.2 26.5
Maryland 5.8 264.9 1,429.3 155.3 56.0 24.8
Massachusetts 6.5 342.1 1,426.0 243.1 177.5 40.6
Michigan 9.9 344.9 2,696.6 611.8 290.2 140.0
Minnesota 5.3 87.1 1,809.5 576.7 208.0 132.2
Mississippi 3 217.3 1,138.7 388.9 158.3 112.1
Missouri 6 243.4 1,817.8 348.1 159.5 63.8
Montana 1 31.8 411.5 140.0 50.6 25.0
Nebraska 1.8 79.7 759.1 301.0 100.8 82.2
Nevada 2.7 111.6 707.6 191.1 142.4 11.8
New Hampshire 1.3 54.6 303.0 39.4 19.5 4.8
New Jersey 8.8 438.7 2,393.6 291.6 87.3 49.9
New Mexico 2.1 72.8 670.1 227.4 67.9 105.0
New York 19.4 1,034.3 3,818.5 366.0 142.1 74.8
North Carolina 9.5 380.6 2,545.4 546.7 265.8 84.4
North Dakota 0.7 31.3 426.8 210.1 38.5 24.5
Ohio 11.5 426.1 3,633.7 1,124.4 524.1 242.7
Oklahoma 3.8 133.5 1,490.6 518.6 150.8 249.7
Oregon 3.8 166.7 1,066.5 252.1 124.5 58.8
Pennsylvania 12.7 505.9 3,654.1 1,071.8 461.3 193.1
Rhode Island 1.1 44.0 219.3 29.6 10.5 7.9
South Carolina 4.6 145.1 1,581.0 516.0 269.2 66.7
South Dakota 0.8 36.3 359.9 138.6 23.9 36.9
Tennessee 6.3 228.7 2,136.0 666.5 281.5 85.8
Texas 25.1 1,106.2 11,297.4 5,502.2 1,026.7 1,579.8
Utah 2.8 102.8 754.5 201.5 91.0 54.0
Vermont 0.6 23.1 158.1 24.4 14.6 2.9
Virginia 8 380.6 2,385.8 440.0 176.6 65.4
Washington 6.7 306.6 2,032.9 529.2 247.4 73.4
West Virginia 1.9 56.0 715.6 274.0 116.4 39.5
Wisconsin 5.7 221.3 1,744.6 548.4 237.2 121.4
Wyoming 0.6 34.4 520.3 290.2 101.2 102.3