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Table F3: Motor Gasoline Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2012

Table F3: Motor Gasoline Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2012





State
Consumption

Prices a
Expenditures
Commercial Industrial Transportation Total Commercial Industrial Transportation Total Commercial Industrial Transportation Total

Thousand Barrels

Trillion Btu
Dollars per
Million Btu

Million Dollars
Alabama 44 596 60,191 60,831 0.2 3.1 314.1 317.5 27.57 6.4 85.7 8,659.3 8,751.4
Alaska 95 166 6,499 6,759 0.5 0.9 33.9 35.3 35.56 17.6 30.8 1,205.9 1,254.3
Arizona 110 807 60,764 61,680 0.6 4.2 317.1 321.9 28.27 16.2 119.0 8,966.3 9,101.6
Arkansas 76 754 32,706 33,536 0.4 3.9 170.7 175.0 27.69 11.0 109.0 4,727.2 4,847.2
California 256 5,149 337,666 343,071 1.3 26.9 1,762.3 1,790.5 31.59 42.2 848.9 55,668.5 56,559.6
Colorado 43 888 48,980 49,911 0.2 4.6 255.6 260.5 28.41 6.4 131.7 7,263.6 7,401.7
Connecticut 35 430 33,782 34,247 0.2 2.2 176.3 178.7 29.95 5.5 67.2 5,279.6 5,352.3
Delaware 6 163 9,912 10,081 (s) 0.8 51.7 52.6 28.95 1.0 24.6 1,497.5 1,523.1
Dist. of Col. 7 29 2,244 2,281 (s) 0.2 11.7 11.9 30.50 1.1 4.6 357.2 363.0
Florida 378 1,883 190,022 192,283 2.0 9.8 991.7 1,003.5 27.71 54.6 272.3 27,475.9 27,802.9
Georgia 71 1,176 109,567 110,814 0.4 6.1 571.8 578.3 27.09 10.0 166.3 15,493.5 15,669.8
Hawaii 12 133 10,386 10,531 0.1 0.7 54.2 55.0 35.52 2.3 24.6 1,925.6 1,952.5
Idaho 43 617 15,791 16,451 0.2 3.2 82.4 85.9 29.72 6.6 95.7 2,449.3 2,551.6
Illinois 250 2,005 107,539 109,794 1.3 10.5 561.2 573.0 28.66 37.4 299.9 16,087.9 16,425.2
Indiana 619 1,132 68,822 70,573 3.2 5.9 359.2 368.3 27.68 89.4 163.5 9,943.5 10,196.4
Iowa 2,148 1,353 35,148 38,649 11.2 7.1 183.4 201.7 28.09 314.9 198.4 5,152.5 5,665.7
Kansas 96 603 28,663 29,362 0.5 3.1 149.6 153.2 27.73 13.9 87.2 4,148.0 4,249.1
Kentucky 43 702 50,002 50,746 0.2 3.7 261.0 264.8 28.86 6.4 105.8 7,530.5 7,642.7
Louisiana 43 933 51,582 52,558 0.2 4.9 269.2 274.3 27.56 6.2 134.1 7,419.5 7,559.8
Maine 17 312 15,121 15,450 0.1 1.6 78.9 80.6 29.73 2.7 48.3 2,346.2 2,397.2
Maryland 34 704 63,337 64,074 0.2 3.7 330.6 334.4 29.08 5.1 106.8 9,613.9 9,725.8
Massachusetts 43 802 64,846 65,690 0.2 4.2 338.4 342.8 29.05 6.5 121.6 9,830.6 9,958.7
Michigan 79 1,110 104,226 105,414 0.4 5.8 544.0 550.2 27.92 11.5 161.7 15,184.9 15,358.0
Minnesota 684 1,254 58,358 60,296 3.6 6.5 304.6 314.7 28.97 103.4 189.6 8,823.2 9,116.3
Mississippi 37 609 38,109 38,754 0.2 3.2 198.9 202.3 27.59 5.3 87.7 5,488.3 5,581.2
Missouri 57 898 71,776 72,731 0.3 4.7 374.6 379.6 27.29 8.2 127.9 10,221.1 10,357.1
Montana 14 303 11,605 11,922 0.1 1.6 60.6 62.2 29.43 2.2 46.5 1,782.4 1,831.1
Nebraska 75 643 19,202 19,921 0.4 3.4 100.2 104.0 28.67 11.2 96.3 2,873.4 2,980.8
Nevada 17 285 25,277 25,578 0.1 1.5 131.9 133.5 29.24 2.6 43.4 3,857.5 3,903.5
New Hampshire 55 163 16,309 16,527 0.3 0.8 85.1 86.3 29.01 8.3 24.6 2,469.3 2,502.2
New Jersey 65 985 94,861 95,911 0.3 5.1 495.1 500.6 28.38 9.7 145.8 14,049.4 14,204.9
New Mexico 22 389 22,289 22,700 0.1 2.0 116.3 118.5 27.80 3.1 56.5 3,234.2 3,293.9
New York 175 2,124 125,976 128,275 0.9 11.1 657.5 669.5 29.22 26.7 323.9 19,211.6 19,562.2
North Carolina 1,236 1,520 98,062 100,817 6.4 7.9 511.8 526.2 29.11 187.7 230.9 14,896.2 15,314.7
North Dakota 20 301 10,003 10,325 0.1 1.6 52.2 53.9 29.75 3.1 46.8 1,553.1 1,603.0
Ohio 99 1,349 115,042 116,491 0.5 7.0 600.4 608.0 28.45 14.7 200.4 17,082.4 17,297.5
Oklahoma 161 797 44,429 45,387 0.8 4.2 231.9 236.9 27.33 23.0 113.6 6,336.4 6,473.0
Oregon 32 676 33,947 34,655 0.2 3.5 177.2 180.9 29.99 5.0 105.8 5,313.8 5,424.6
Pennsylvania 89 1,901 116,418 118,409 0.5 9.9 607.6 618.0 29.77 13.9 295.3 18,086.5 18,395.8
Rhode Island 10 101 8,481 8,592 0.1 0.5 44.3 44.8 29.57 1.5 15.6 1,308.8 1,325.9
South Carolina 35 459 61,843 62,337 0.2 2.4 322.8 325.3 27.25 4.9 65.3 8,795.3 8,865.5
South Dakota 12 336 10,444 10,791 0.1 1.8 54.5 56.3 28.93 1.8 50.7 1,577.1 1,629.6
Tennessee 93 846 73,201 74,141 0.5 4.4 382.0 386.9 27.62 13.4 122.0 10,550.2 10,685.5
Texas 304 5,189 288,303 293,796 1.6 27.1 1,504.7 1,533.3 27.40 43.5 741.9 41,223.3 42,008.7
Utah 26 324 24,688 25,037 0.1 1.7 128.8 130.7 29.54 3.9 49.9 3,806.3 3,860.2
Vermont 7 149 7,297 7,453 (s) 0.8 38.1 38.9 30.06 1.1 23.4 1,145.0 1,169.5
Virginia 96 867 91,969 92,932 0.5 4.5 480.0 485.0 29.65 14.8 134.2 14,230.2 14,379.2
Washington 145 1,023 61,724 62,891 0.8 5.3 322.1 328.2 30.40 22.9 162.3 9,793.0 9,978.3
West Virginia 25 166 18,919 19,111 0.1 0.9 98.7 99.7 29.47 3.9 25.5 2,909.8 2,939.3
Wisconsin 55 963 57,594 58,612 0.3 5.0 300.6 305.9 29.14 8.4 146.5 8,758.8 8,913.7
Wyoming 368 195 7,945 8,507 1.9 1.0 41.5 44.4 27.85 53.4 28.3 1,154.7 1,236.4

United States
8,560 47,260 3,121,867 3,177,687 44.7 246.6 16,293.0 16,584.3 (b) 1,276.5 7,108.5 468,758.2 477,143.2
aState motor gasoline prices are the same for the commercial, industrial, and transportation sectors. Notes: Motor gasoline estimates include fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. ยท Totals may not equal sum of
components due to independent rounding.
bDue to consumption weighting, U.S. average commercial price is $28.57 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $28.82 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $28.77 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $28.77 per million Btu.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.
Where shown, (s) = Btu value less than 0.05.