NJ Stats: State Generation from Petroleum Liquids, All Sectors, 2013

Rank State Thousand Megawatthours
1 Hawaii 7,223
2 New York 1,007
3 Alaska 819
4 Florida 498
5 Massachusetts 390
6 Virginia 313
7 Connecticut 306
8 Pennsylvania 302
9 Maine 239
10 Ohio 227
11 North Carolina 218
12 Maryland 190
13 West Virginia 150
14 Indiana 139
15 Michigan 130
15 Tennessee 130
17 New Jersey 107
17 Kentucky 107
19 New Hampshire 105
20 South Carolina 103
21 Texas 92
22 Alabama 74
23 Illinois 72
24 Iowa 69
25 Georgia 68
26 Missouri 65
27 New Mexico 58
28 Louisiana 54
29 Rhode Island 51
29 Kansas 51
31 California 48
32 Nebraska 43
32 Arizona 43
34 Arkansas 42
35 Wyoming 39
36 North Dakota 33
37 Wisconsin 29
38 Minnesota 27
39 Utah 26
40 Washington 24
41 Delaware 23
42 Nevada 19
43 Montana 15
44 Mississippi 14
45 Oklahoma 10
45 Colorado 10
47 South Dakota 7
48 Oregon 6
49 Vermont 5
50 Idaho 0.04


The 50 State Average
is 276 Thousand Megawatthours. New Jersey is 61.2% below the 50-State Average.

Source:
U.S. Energy Information Administration. “Table 3.8 Net Generation from Petroleum Liquids.” Electric Power Annual. March 23, 2015. Accessed July 2015. http://www.eia.gov/electricity/annual/html/epa_03_08.html