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  • Consumption for Electricity Generation: Petroleum Liquids

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2014), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 25 May 2014 at 04:13. It is tagged .


    • Units: Thousand barrels
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Commercial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity only
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat

      East North Central (Total): Summation of the states in the East North Central census region including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
      East South Central (Total): Summation of the states in the East South Central census region including Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee
      Middle Atlantic (Total): Summation of the states in the Middle Atlantic census region including New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

      Petroleum Liquids: Summation of all petroleum liquids (distallte fuel oil, jet fuel, residual fuel oil, kerosense waste oil and other petroleum liquids)

    • Last updated: 25 May 2014
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Average Cost of Fossil Fuels: Petroleum Liquids

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2008–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 30 May 2015 at 19:06.


    • Units: Dollars per barrels
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Commercial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity only
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector

      Mountain: Summation of the states in the Mountain census region including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
      New England: Summation of the states in the census region of New England including Maine, Massaschuetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
      Pacific Contiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Contiguous census region including California, Oregon, and Washington
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Noncontiguous census region including Alaska and Hawaii.
      South Atlantic: Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central: Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central: Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Petroleum Liquids: Summation of all petroleum liquids (distallte fuel oil, jet fuel, residual fuel oil, kerosense waste oil and other petroleum liquids)

    • Last updated: 30 May 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • U.S. Power Plant Level Data (barrels; Quarterly)

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 31 May 2015 at 09:33.

  • Consumption for Electricity Generation (BTUs): Petroleum Liquids

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2014), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 25 May 2014 at 04:14. It is tagged .


    • Units: Million MMBtu
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Commercial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity only
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only

      East North Central (Total): Summation of the states in the East North Central census region including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
      East South Central (Total): Summation of the states in the East South Central census region including Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee
      Middle Atlantic (Total): Summation of the states in the Middle Atlantic census region including New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
      Mountain (Total): Summation of the states in the Mountain census region including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
      New England (Total): Summation of the states in the census region of New England including Maine, Massaschuetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
      Pacific Contiguous (Total): Summation of the states in the Pacific Contiguous census region including California, Oregon, and Washington
      Pacific Noncontiguous (Total): Summation of the states in the Pacific Noncontiguous census region including Alaska and Hawaii.
      South Atlantic (Total): Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.

      Petroleum Liquids: Summation of all petroleum liquids (distallte fuel oil, jet fuel, residual fuel oil, kerosense waste oil and other petroleum liquids)

    • Last updated: 25 May 2014
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Total Consumption (BTUs): Coal

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2014), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 25 May 2014 at 04:16. It is tagged .


    • Units: Million MMBtu
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Commercial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity only
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only

      Pacific Contiguous (Total): Summation of the states in the Pacific Contiguous census region including California, Oregon, and Washington
      Pacific Noncontiguous (Total): Summation of the states in the Pacific Noncontiguous census region including Alaska and Hawaii.
      South Atlantic (Total): Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central (Total): Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central (Total): Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Coal: Summation of all types of coal

    • Last updated: 25 May 2014
    • Access: Open to you
  • Quarterly Average Motor Gasoline Regular Grade Retail Price

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 1976–15 Nov 2014), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 5 Sep 2014 at 23:55. It is tagged .

  • Electricity: Receipts of Fossil Fuels (BTUs): Petroleum Coke

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2008–15 Feb 2014), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 25 May 2014 at 06:42.


    • Units: Billion Btu
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only

      East North Central (Total): Summation of the states in the East North Central census region including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
      East South Central (Total): Summation of the states in the East South Central census region including Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee
      Middle Atlantic (Total): Summation of the states in the Middle Atlantic census region including New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
      Mountain (Total): Summation of the states in the Mountain census region including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
      Pacific Contiguous (Total): Summation of the states in the Pacific Contiguous census region including California, Oregon, and Washington
      South Atlantic (Total): Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central (Total): Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central (Total): Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Petroleum Coke: Petroleum Coke (solid residual petroluem)

    • Last updated: 25 May 2014
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Receipts of Fossil Fuels (BTUs): Natural Gas

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2008–15 Feb 2014), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 25 May 2014 at 06:42.


    • Units: Billion Btu
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Commercial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity only

      Pacific Noncontiguous (Total): Summation of the states in the Pacific Noncontiguous census region including Alaska and Hawaii.
      South Atlantic (Total): Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central (Total): Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central (Total): Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Natural Gas: Natural Gas

    • Last updated: 25 May 2014
    • Access: Open to you
  • Quarterly Average Imported Crude Oil Price

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 1974–15 Nov 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 5 Sep 2014 at 23:55.

  • Electricity: Quality of Fossil Fuels: Ash Content: Bituminous Coal

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2008–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 30 May 2015 at 04:33.


    • Units: Percent
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector

      East North Central: Summation of the states in the East North Central census region including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
      East South Central: Summation of the states in the East South Central census region including Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee
      Middle Atlantic: Summation of the states in the Middle Atlantic census region including New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
      Mountain: Summation of the states in the Mountain census region including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
      New England: Summation of the states in the census region of New England including Maine, Massaschuetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
      Pacific Contiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Contiguous census region including California, Oregon, and Washington
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Noncontiguous census region including Alaska and Hawaii.
      South Atlantic: Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central: Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central: Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Bituminous Coal: Bituminous Coal

    • Last updated: 30 May 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Quality of Fossil Fuels: Ash Content: Subbituminous Coal

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2008–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 30 May 2015 at 05:11.


    • Units: Percent
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only

      Pacific Contiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Contiguous census region including California, Oregon, and Washington
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Noncontiguous census region including Alaska and Hawaii.
      South Atlantic: Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central: Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central: Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Subbituminous Coal: Subbituminous Coal

    • Last updated: 30 May 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Consumption for Useful Thermal Output (Btu): Coal

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 30 May 2015 at 09:41.


    • Units: Million MMBtu
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors

      Coal: Summation of all types of coal

    • Last updated: 30 May 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • Average Retail Price of Electricity

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 31 May 2015 at 22:17.


    • Units: Cents per kilowatthour
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Other: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Residential: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Transportation: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      All Sectors: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Commercial: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Industrial: Electricity sold to industrial customers

      Maryland: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Maryland: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Maryland: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Maine: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Maine: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Maine: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Maine: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Maine: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Michigan: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Michigan: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Michigan: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Michigan: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Michigan: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Michigan: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Minnesota: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Missouri: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Missouri: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Missouri: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Missouri: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Missouri: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Missouri: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Mississippi: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Mississippi: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Mississippi: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Mississippi: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Mississippi: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Montana: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Montana: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Montana: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Montana: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Montana: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Mountain: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Mountain: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Mountain: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Mountain: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Mountain: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Mountain: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      North Carolina: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to residential customers
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      North Dakota: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      North Dakota: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      North Dakota: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      North Dakota: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      North Dakota: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Nebraska: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Nebraska: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Nebraska: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Nebraska: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Nebraska: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New England: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New England: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New England: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New England: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New England: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New England: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      New Hampshire: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New Hampshire: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New Hampshire: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New Hampshire: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New Hampshire: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New Jersey: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      New Mexico: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New Mexico: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New Mexico: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New Mexico: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New Mexico: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Nevada: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Nevada: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Nevada: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Nevada: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Nevada: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Nevada: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      New York: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New York: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New York: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New York: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New York: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New York: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Ohio: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Ohio: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Ohio: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Ohio: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Ohio: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Ohio: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Oklahoma: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Oklahoma: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Oklahoma: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Oklahoma: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Oklahoma: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Oregon: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Oregon: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Oregon: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Oregon: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Oregon: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Oregon: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Pennsylvania: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Pacific Contiguous: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Pacific Noncontiguous: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Rhode Island: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      South Atlantic: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to residential customers
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      South Carolina: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      South Carolina: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      South Carolina: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      South Carolina: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      South Carolina: Electricity sold to residential customers
      South Dakota: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      South Dakota: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      South Dakota: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      South Dakota: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      South Dakota: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Tennessee: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Texas: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Texas: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Texas: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Texas: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Texas: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Texas: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      United States: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      United States: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      United States: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      United States: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      United States: Electricity sold to residential customers
      United States: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Utah: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Utah: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Utah: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Utah: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Utah: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Utah: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Virginia: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Virginia: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Virginia: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Virginia: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Virginia: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Virginia: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Vermont: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Vermont: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Vermont: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Vermont: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Vermont: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Washington: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Washington: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Washington: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Washington: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Washington: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Washington: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Wisconsin: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Wisconsin: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Wisconsin: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Wisconsin: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Wisconsin: Electricity sold to residential customers
      West North Central: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      West North Central: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      West North Central: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      West North Central: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      West North Central: Electricity sold to residential customers
      West North Central: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      West South Central: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      West South Central: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      West South Central: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      West South Central: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      West South Central: Electricity sold to residential customers
      West South Central: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      West Virginia: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to residential customers
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Wyoming: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Wyoming: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Wyoming: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Wyoming: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Wyoming: Electricity sold to residential customers

    • Last updated: 31 May 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Receipts of Fossil Fuels (Btu): Lignite Coal

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2008–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 1 Jun 2015 at 00:37.


    • Units: Billion Btu
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector

      East South Central: Summation of the states in the East South Central census region including Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee
      Mountain: Summation of the states in the Mountain census region including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
      West North Central: Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central: Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Lignite Coal: Lignite Coal

    • Last updated: 1 Jun 2015
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  • Retail Sales of Electricity

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 1 Jun 2015 at 02:53. It is tagged .


    • Units: Million kilowatthours
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Industrial: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Other: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Residential: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Transportation: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      All Sectors: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Commercial: Electricity sold to commercial customers

      Illinois: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Illinois: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Illinois: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Illinois: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Indiana: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Indiana: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Indiana: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Indiana: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Indiana: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Indiana: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Kansas: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Kansas: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Kansas: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Kansas: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Kansas: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Kentucky: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Kentucky: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Kentucky: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Kentucky: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Kentucky: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Louisiana: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Louisiana: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Louisiana: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Louisiana: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Louisiana: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Louisiana: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Massachusetts: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Massachusetts: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Massachusetts: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Massachusetts: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Massachusetts: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Massachusetts: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Middle Atlantic: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Middle Atlantic: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Middle Atlantic: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Middle Atlantic: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Middle Atlantic: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Middle Atlantic: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Maryland: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Maryland: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Maryland: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Maryland: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Maryland: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Maryland: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Maine: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Maine: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Maine: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Maine: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Maine: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Michigan: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Michigan: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Michigan: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Michigan: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Michigan: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Michigan: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Minnesota: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Minnesota: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Missouri: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Missouri: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Missouri: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Missouri: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Missouri: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Missouri: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Mississippi: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Mississippi: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Mississippi: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Mississippi: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Mississippi: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Montana: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Montana: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Montana: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Montana: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Montana: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Mountain: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Mountain: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Mountain: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Mountain: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Mountain: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Mountain: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      North Carolina: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to residential customers
      North Carolina: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      North Dakota: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      North Dakota: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      North Dakota: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      North Dakota: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      North Dakota: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Nebraska: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Nebraska: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Nebraska: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Nebraska: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Nebraska: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New England: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New England: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New England: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New England: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New England: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New England: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      New Hampshire: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New Hampshire: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New Hampshire: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New Hampshire: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New Hampshire: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New Jersey: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New Jersey: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      New Mexico: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New Mexico: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New Mexico: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New Mexico: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New Mexico: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Nevada: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Nevada: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Nevada: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Nevada: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Nevada: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Nevada: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      New York: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      New York: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      New York: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      New York: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      New York: Electricity sold to residential customers
      New York: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Ohio: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Ohio: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Ohio: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Ohio: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Ohio: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Ohio: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Oklahoma: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Oklahoma: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Oklahoma: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Oklahoma: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Oklahoma: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Oregon: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Oregon: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Oregon: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Oregon: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Oregon: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Oregon: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Pennsylvania: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Pennsylvania: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Pacific Contiguous: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Pacific Contiguous: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Pacific Noncontiguous: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Rhode Island: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Rhode Island: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      South Atlantic: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to residential customers
      South Atlantic: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      South Carolina: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      South Carolina: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      South Carolina: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      South Carolina: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      South Carolina: Electricity sold to residential customers
      South Dakota: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      South Dakota: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      South Dakota: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      South Dakota: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      South Dakota: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Tennessee: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Tennessee: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Texas: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Texas: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Texas: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Texas: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Texas: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Texas: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      United States: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      United States: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      United States: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      United States: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      United States: Electricity sold to residential customers
      United States: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Utah: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Utah: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Utah: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Utah: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Utah: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Utah: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Virginia: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Virginia: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Virginia: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Virginia: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Virginia: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Virginia: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Vermont: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Vermont: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Vermont: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Vermont: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Vermont: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Washington: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Washington: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Washington: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Washington: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Washington: Electricity sold to residential customers
      Washington: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Wisconsin: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Wisconsin: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Wisconsin: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Wisconsin: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Wisconsin: Electricity sold to residential customers
      West North Central: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      West North Central: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      West North Central: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      West North Central: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      West North Central: Electricity sold to residential customers
      West North Central: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      West South Central: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      West South Central: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      West South Central: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      West South Central: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      West South Central: Electricity sold to residential customers
      West South Central: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      West Virginia: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to residential customers
      West Virginia: Electricity sold to transportation customers
      Wyoming: All end-use sectors that consume electricity
      Wyoming: Electricity sold to commercial customers
      Wyoming: Electricity sold to industrial customers
      Wyoming: Electricity sold to the other category (rolled into the transportation category in 2002)
      Wyoming: Electricity sold to residential customers

    • Last updated: 1 Jun 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Net Generation: Hydro-Electric Pumped Storage

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 30 May 2015 at 19:08.


    • Units: Thousand megawatthours
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)

      East North Central: Summation of the states in the East North Central census region including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
      East South Central: Summation of the states in the East South Central census region including Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee
      Middle Atlantic: Summation of the states in the Middle Atlantic census region including New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
      Mountain: Summation of the states in the Mountain census region including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
      New England: Summation of the states in the census region of New England including Maine, Massaschuetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
      Pacific Contiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Contiguous census region including California, Oregon, and Washington
      South Atlantic: Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central: Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central: Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Hydro-Electric Pumped Storage: Reversible pumped-storage hydroelectric dams

    • Last updated: 30 May 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Net Generation: Natural Gas

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 30 May 2015 at 19:09.


    • Units: Thousand megawatthours
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Commercial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity only
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only

      Pacific Contiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Contiguous census region including California, Oregon, and Washington
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Noncontiguous census region including Alaska and Hawaii.
      South Atlantic: Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central: Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central: Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Natural Gas: Natural Gas

    • Last updated: 30 May 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Net Generation: Petroleum Coke

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 30 May 2015 at 19:10.


    • Units: Thousand megawatthours
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector
      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)

      West North Central: Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central: Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Petroleum Coke: Petroleum Coke (solid residual petroluem)

    • Last updated: 30 May 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Net Generation: Other Biomass

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2001–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 30 May 2015 at 19:11.


    • Units: Thousand megawatthours
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Commercial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity only
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector
      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only

      Mountain: Summation of the states in the Mountain census region including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
      New England: Summation of the states in the census region of New England including Maine, Massaschuetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
      Pacific Contiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Contiguous census region including California, Oregon, and Washington
      Pacific Noncontiguous: Summation of the states in the Pacific Noncontiguous census region including Alaska and Hawaii.
      South Atlantic: Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central: Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central: Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Other Biomass: Other renewable biomass sources including landfill gas, agricultural by-products etc.

    • Last updated: 30 May 2015
    • Access: Open to you
  • Electricity: Receipts of Fossil Fuels (Btu): Petroleum Liquids

    Quarterly time series (15 Feb 2008–15 Feb 2015), provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration. It was last modified on 1 Jun 2015 at 01:54.


    • Units: Billion Btu
    • Dimensions:
    • Description:

      All Industrial (Total): Power plants in the industrial sector
      Electric Power (Total): Power plants owned by companies whose primary purpose is to produce power
      All Sectors: All sectors
      Electric Utility: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties
      Electric Utility Cogen: Power plants owned by regualted electric utilities that produce both electricity and useful heat
      Commercial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity only
      Industrial Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      Independent Power Producers (Total): Power plants owned by unregulated power companies (also called merchant generators)
      Electric Utility Non-Cogen: Power plants owned by regulated electric utilties that produce electricity only
      Industrial Non-Cogen: Power plants in the industrial sector that produce electricity only
      Commercial Cogen: Power plants in the commercial sector that produce electricity and useful heat
      All Commercial (Total): Power plants in the commercial sector

      South Atlantic: Summation of the states in the South Atlanic census region including Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
      West North Central: Summation of the states in the West North Central census region including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
      West South Central: Summation of the states in the West South Central census region including Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas

      Petroleum Liquids: Summation of all petroleum liquids (distallte fuel oil, jet fuel, residual fuel oil, kerosense waste oil and other petroleum liquids)

    • Last updated: 1 Jun 2015
    • Access: Open to you