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Total Energy Expenditures Per Capita
Nebraska and the United States

Energy expenditures per capita in Nebraska decreased by $1,190.30 (21.6 percent) in 2015 to $4,325.90 from $5,516.20 in 2014. Expenditures per capita in Nebraska for the year 2015 were 23 percent higher than the nation's expenditures per capita of $3,512.40.

In 2015, Nebraska spent $8.2 billion on energy which was less than one percent (0.73%) of the United States' energy expenditures.

bar chart showing Total Energy Expenditures Per Capita for Nebraska and for the United States from 1970 through 2015

Total Energy Expenditures Per Capita
Nebraska and the United States
1990 – 2015

Year Nebraska United States
Total Energy
Expenditures
Total Energy
Expenditures
Per Capita
Total Energy
Expenditures
Total Energy
Expenditures
Per Capita
Year Total Energy
Expenditures
Total Energy
Expenditures
Per Capita
Total Energy
Expenditures
Total Energy
Expenditures
Per Capita
Nebraska United States
2015 $8,192,200,000 $4,325.90 $1,127,132,400,000 $3,512.40
2014 $10,376,800,000 $5,516.20 $1,399,486,000,000 $4,393.10
2013 $10,361,000,000 $5,544.90 $1,378,884,700,000 $4,360.70
2012 $10,149,800,000 $5,469.50 $1,356,215,300,000 $4,319.20
2011 $9,997,700,000 $5,426.80 $1,392,945,000,000 $4,469.40
2010 $8,724,700,000 $4,767.50 $1,213,335,600,000 $3,922.20
2009 $7,154,600,000 $3,947.00 $1,066,274,600,000 $3,475.80
2008 $9,103,000,000 $5,067.40 $1,408,750,100,000 $4,632.60
2007 $7,956,600,000 $4,461.40 $1,233,864,000,000 $4,096.10
2006 $7,216,700,000 $4,071.00 $1,158,818,800,000 $3,883.70
2005 $6,448,000,000 $3,660.50 $1,045,729,000,000 $3,538.60
2004 $5,404,900,000 $3,089.60 $871,209,500,000 $2,975.40
2003 $4,745,300,000 $2,729.30 $755,068,200,000 $2,602.70
2002 $4,197,600,000 $2,428.80 $663,961,700,000 $2,308.40
2001 $4,454,400,000 $2,590.00 $696,239,800,000 $2,443.20
2000 $4,382,100,000 $2,556.90 $687,707,800,000 $2,437.30
1999 $3,601,300,000 $2,112.50 $558,623,700,000 $2,001.90
1998 $3,496,700,000 $2,061.90 $526,280,400,000 $1,907.80
1997 $3,776,400,000 $2,239.30 $567,960,300,000 $2,083.10
1996 $3,735,800,000 $2,232.00 $560,291,900,000 $2,079.80
1995 $3,338,500,000 $2,014.80 $514,621,600,000 $1,932.60
1994 $3,249,700,000 $1,982.70 $504,853,800,000 $1,918.70
1993 $3,161,700,000 $1,944.90 $492,266,700,000 $1,893.90
1992 $3,063,500,000 $1,900.80 $476,840,100,000 $1,858.90
1991 $3,131,900,000 $1,962.40 $472,434,300,000 $1,867.50
1990 $3,163,900,000 $2,000.40 $474,647,300,000 $1,901.50

Total Energy Expenditures Per Capita
Nebraska and the United States
1970 – 1989

Year Nebraska United States
Total Energy
Expenditures
Total Energy
Expenditures
Per Capita
Total Energy
Expenditures
Total Energy
Expenditures
Per Capita
Year Total Energy
Expenditures
Total Energy
Expenditures
Per Capita
Total Energy
Expenditures
Total Energy
Expenditures
Per Capita
Nebraska United States
1989 $2,948,800,000 $1,872.40 $439,046,100,000 $1,778.80
1988 $2,755,500,000 $1,753.50 $411,564,700,000 $1,683.30
1987 $2,629,700,000 $1,678.60 $397,622,900,000 $1,641.10
1986 $2,528,000,000 $1,605.80 $384,087,500,000 $1,599.50
1985 $2,948,000,000 $1,860.30 $438,339,500,000 $1,842.40
1984 $2,970,500,000 $1,869.80 $435,309,500,000 $1,845.90
1983 $2,991,100,000 $1,888.00 $417,617,400,000 $1,786.30
1982 $2,811,700,000 $1,777.50 $426,478,600,000 $1,840.90
1981 $2,726,700,000 $1,727.40 $427,898,000,000 $1,864.80
1980 $2,456,200,000 $1,562.20 $374,346,800,000 $1,647.50
1979 $2,019,500,000 $1,288.50 $297,571,700,000 $1,322.20
1978 $1,669,500,000 $1,067.50 $239,277,100,000 $1,075.00
1977 $1,551,800,000 $996.70 $220,495,800,000 $1,001.20
1976 $1,410,300,000 $909.40 $193,912,800,000 $889.40
1975 $1,204,900,000 $780.80 $171,851,100,000 $795.70
1974 $1,054,800,000 $685.30 $153,366,500,000 $717.20
1973 $835,500,000 $546.20 $111,891,500,000 $528.00
1972 $754,600,000 $496.70 $98,070,200,000 $467.20
1971 $707,200,000 $470.00 $90,037,800,000 $433.60
1970 $667,800,000 $448.80 $82,874,800,000 $404.20

Sources: State Energy Price and Expenditure Report. Energy Information Administration, Washington, DC. Nebraska Energy Office, Lincoln, NE.

The table and graph were updated on August 11, 2017.
Typically, there are two years between updates.