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Prime Supplier Sales Volumes
(Thousand Gallons per Day)
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U.S.
35,811.7 34,376.6 31,600.0 30,709.8 30,426.7 35,539.9 1983-2013
East Coast (PADD 1)
7,001.5 6,917.7 7,104.1 6,512.9 5,811.4 6,939.9 1983-2013
New England (PADD 1A)
1,263.2 1,368 1,325.4 1,220.9 1,014.9 1,302.4 1983-2013
Connecticut
112.3 W 101.6 W 92.1 132.5 1983-2013
Maine
225.9 227.6 232.3 247.3 240.9 305.1 1983-2013
Massachusetts
113 118.8 150.6 125.3 153.4 275.2 1983-2013
New Hampshire
451.8 534.4 522.7 397.5 303.0 328.7 1983-2013
Rhode Island
139.3 W 116.9 W 41.4 42.2 1983-2013
Vermont
220.9 213.4 201.2 196.2 184.2 218.7 1983-2013
Central Atlantic (PADD 1B)
2,692.3 2,639.3 2,590.9 2,590.0 2,339.4 2,725.2 1983-2013
Delaware
138.3 117.5 106.1 135.3 143.8 142.0 1983-2013
District of Columbia
- - - - - - 1983-2013
Maryland
299.8 283.1 277.3 250.2 222.5 253.0 1983-2013
New Jersey
364.8 359.6 339.2 352.7 256.2 242.7 1983-2013
New York
943.2 950.3 894.4 885.1 829.1 1,072.5 1983-2013
Pennsylvania
946.2 928.8 974.0 966.7 887.9 1,014.9 1983-2013
Lower Atlantic (PADD 1C)
3,046 2,910.4 3,187.7 2,701.9 2,457.1 2,912.2 1983-2013
Florida
553.5 505.4 575.8 500.2 461.5 492.2 1983-2013
Georgia
518.6 491.5 565.0 473.0 419.5 485.9 1983-2013
North Carolina
1,020.6 1,047.6 1,105.1 895.6 821.1 975.6 1983-2013
South Carolina
441.3 428.2 476.4 440.6 390.9 449.5 1983-2013
Virginia
405 328.9 356.4 292.6 286.0 394.8 1983-2013
West Virginia
107.1 108.7 109.1 100.1 78.1 114.2 1983-2013
Midwest (PADD 2)
11,242.6 11,294.2 9,574.9 9,396.2 7,955.4 10,485.3 1983-2013
Illinois
1,153.1 1,171.3 849.3 962.8 892.4 1,320.1 1983-2013
Indiana
717.8 756.1 554.7 545.9 466.4 551.1 1983-2013
Iowa
1,108.5 1,285.9 890.0 815.6 686.8 1,098.9 1983-2013
Kansas
1,481.9 1,412.7 1,548.9 1,520.9 1,093.9 1,240.8 1983-2013
Kentucky
395.9 383.1 421.2 368.7 311.8 434.9 1983-2013
Michigan
1,081.2 1,020.9 759.2 782.7 721.6 883.7 1983-2013
Minnesota
1,096.4 1,138.6 793.6 834.8 695.5 982.5 1983-2013
Missouri
807.6 737.1 696.2 649.1 552.3 743.3 1983-2013
Nebraska
343.7 380.1 298.1 277.9 249.9 348.4 1983-2013
North Dakota
298.2 322.4 261.5 338.6 357.5 474.4 1983-2013
Ohio
875.3 797.4 696.9 722.0 601.1 703.7 1983-2013
Oklahoma
373.1 362.6 398.6 394.6 279.8 318.3 1983-2013
South Dakota
250.9 287 193.7 197.0 159.7 233.5 1983-2013
Tennessee
456.4 394.8 483.6 269.7 216.4 280.5 1983-2013
Wisconsin
802.6 844.2 729.4 715.8 670.3 871.3 1983-2013
Gulf Coast (PADD 3)
13,656.5 12,534.9 11,311.2 11,196.2 13,177.4 14,312.0 1983-2013
Alabama
281.2 256.2 317.9 282.5 263.7 318.9 1983-2013
Arkansas
281.2 253.5 234.5 186.7 161.8 220.4 1983-2013
Louisiana
1,520.4 1,755.1 1,989.3 2,090.4 2,162.6 2,026.5 1983-2013
Mississippi
470.7 435.6 538.9 336.3 244.7 355.9 1983-2013
New Mexico
250.7 230.2 237.4 224.3 186.7 172.7 1983-2013
Texas
10,852.2 9,604.2 7,993.3 8,076.0 10,157.9 11,217.6 1983-2013
Rocky Mountain (PADD 4)
1,395.7 1,266.3 1,297.3 1,274.6 1,123.5 1,260.0 1983-2013
Colorado
431 376.8 395.9 369.9 320.7 406.2 1983-2013
Idaho
146.8 135.7 114.1 112.1 107.4 116.1 1983-2013
Montana
289.5 277.2 284.1 275.2 287.2 299.8 1983-2013
Utah
115.7 109.5 121.9 135.5 118.2 116.7 1983-2013
Wyoming
412.7 367.2 381.3 382.0 289.9 321.2 1983-2013
West Coast (PADD 5)
2,515.4 2,363.4 2,312.5 2,329.9 2,359.0 2,542.6 1983-2013
Alaska
W W W W W W 1983-2013
Arizona
253.6 201.6 203.7 186.4 186.8 229.4 1983-2013
California
1,411.5 1,393.1 1,361.2 1,330.9 1,400.1 1,497.3 1983-2013
Hawaii
W W W W W W 1983-2013
Nevada
93.6 85.6 83.7 84.0 84.1 88.8 1983-2013
Oregon
160.9 150 137.2 143.9 146.0 153.0 1983-2013
Washington
543.5 482.7 475.7 520.8 477.4 531.7 1983-2013
- = No Data Reported;  -- = Not Applicable;  NA = Not Available;  W = Withheld to avoid disclosure of individual company data.
Notes: Values shown for the current month are preliminary. Values shown for the previous month may be revised to account for late submissions and corrections and are considered final. Annual averages will be available in the April Petroleum Marketing Monthly. Beginning January 2007, oxygenated gasoline is included in conventional gasoline and ultra-low sulfur diesel was added. In conjunction with these changes, total No. 2 diesel fuel has been eliminated to help ensure that sensitive data reported to EIA by individual survey respondents may not be closely estimated using the aggregates published by EIA. Totals may not equal the sum of the components due to rounding.  See Definitions, Sources, and Notes link above for more information on this table.
Release Date: 7/1/2014
Next Release Date: 8/1/2014