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U.S. Energy Mapping System

Explore maps of various energy resources, infrastructure, and transportation networks, or access profiles summarizing energy production, consumption, and expenditures for states and territories.

This interactive map shows various aspects of U.S energy infrastructure, including energy conversion sites, transmission pathways, and various energy reserves. The set of map layers includes fossil energy resources as well as geothermal, biomass, solar, and wind resources. Map layers also show coal mines, power plants, oil and gas refining and processing plants, market hubs, pipelines, and electrical transmission networks.

Profiles for each state and territory provide easy-to-understand graphs on the sources and uses of the region's energy, as well as energy prices compared to the national average. Users can download each graph as an image or PDF, or obtain the data as a comma-separated-values (.csv) file. Each profile also offers a summary of household energy use, quick facts, and additional resources about energy in the selected state or territory.

The Rankings tab on the site provides statistics such as energy produced and consumed, carbon dioxide emissions, and other parameters for each state and territory. Under the Notes & Sources section of the Rankings tab, users can download prepared spreadsheets listing the sources and uses of energy in each state and territory and use them to perform their own analyses.

Last modified
17 June 2021 - 12:37pm