Integrated energy balances and energy flows were constructed and quantified for state, regional, and national levels from four separate supply and demand commodity balances for coal, dry natural gas, petroleum and natural gas liquids, and utility electricity. These commodity balances were integrated by source and sectors through conversion and aggregation of their components to energy equivalents expressed in British thermal units (btu). A summarization of the total gross energy components of supply and demand for commercial energy derived from direct fuels, hydropower, and nuclear power based on individual states and regions, is tabulated for 1960 and 1965. Pertinent computerization details and more than 500 individual state and regional printout tables, in both original commodity units and btu's, are shown. Using these data, energy flows between states and regions were calculated to identify surplus and deficit energy areas. Report emphasis is on the conceptual aspects of integrated energy balances, rather than on the development of missing state energy data.