In 2013, energy consumption per capita in Nebraska had decreased 8 millon Btu to 466.0 million Btu from 2012 consumption per capita of 458.0 million British thermal units (Btu). Consumption per capita in Nebraska for the year 2013 was 52 percent higher than the nation's consumption per capita of 307.0 million Btu.
In 2013, Nebraska consumed 871.8 trillion Btu of energy which was less than one percent (0.90%) of the United States' consumption.
Another measure of energy consumption intensity is reported in Nebraska's Energy Intensity (http://neo.ne.gov/statshtml/116.htm). An explanation of energy intensity indicators is in the report Energy Intensity Indicators. Additional information can be found on the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy website for Nebraska.