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Table F3: Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2014

Table F3: Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2014





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 44 530 60,812 61,386 0.2 2.7 307.7 310.6 25.88 5.8 69.4 7,964.7 8,039.9
Alaska 73 129 6,400 6,603 0.4 0.7 32.4 33.4 33.67 12.5 22.1 1,090.6 1,125.1
Arizona 44 955 62,551 63,550 0.2 4.8 316.5 321.6 27.09 6.1 130.8 8,574.0 8,710.9
Arkansas 81 661 33,017 33,759 0.4 3.3 167.1 170.8 26.19 10.7 87.6 4,375.4 4,473.8
California 262 4,621 343,568 348,451 1.3 23.4 1,738.5 1,763.2 29.98 39.7 701.1 52,121.2 52,861.9
Colorado 43 747 51,241 52,031 0.2 3.8 259.3 263.3 27.52 6.0 104.1 7,134.3 7,244.4
Connecticut 34 380 33,445 33,859 0.2 1.9 169.2 171.3 29.36 5.1 56.5 4,968.5 5,030.0
Delaware 7 165 10,067 10,239 (s) 0.8 50.9 51.8 27.97 0.9 23.3 1,424.9 1,449.1
Dist. of Col. 7 46 2,405 2,458 (s) 0.2 12.2 12.4 29.42 1.0 6.8 358.0 365.9
Florida 602 2,155 196,780 199,537 3.0 10.9 995.7 1,009.7 26.44 80.5 288.3 26,322.1 26,690.9
Georgia 71 1,199 109,717 110,987 0.4 6.1 555.2 561.6 25.69 9.2 155.8 14,260.7 14,425.8
Hawaii 12 174 10,481 10,667 0.1 0.9 53.0 54.0 33.68 2.1 29.7 1,786.4 1,818.1
Idaho 56 541 16,367 16,964 0.3 2.7 82.8 85.8 28.61 8.1 78.3 2,369.6 2,456.0
Illinois 166 1,615 108,441 110,222 0.8 8.2 548.7 557.7 27.33 22.9 223.4 14,994.9 15,241.1
Indiana 576 934 70,815 72,325 2.9 4.7 358.3 366.0 26.40 77.0 124.8 9,461.2 9,662.9
Iowa 2,115 786 36,820 39,721 10.7 4.0 186.3 201.0 26.86 287.4 106.8 5,003.5 5,397.7
Kansas 72 415 30,444 30,930 0.4 2.1 154.0 156.5 26.68 9.7 56.0 4,109.2 4,174.8
Kentucky 43 518 49,585 50,145 0.2 2.6 250.9 253.7 27.31 5.9 71.5 6,851.3 6,928.8
Louisiana 42 793 52,656 53,491 0.2 4.0 266.4 270.7 26.02 5.6 104.4 6,933.4 7,043.3
Maine 23 270 18,207 18,500 0.1 1.4 92.1 93.6 29.18 3.4 39.8 2,688.7 2,731.9
Maryland 34 840 64,118 64,992 0.2 4.3 324.4 328.9 28.10 4.8 119.5 9,118.2 9,242.5
Massachusetts 47 775 63,663 64,485 0.2 3.9 322.1 326.3 28.39 6.8 111.4 9,145.5 9,263.6
Michigan 3,257 976 105,214 109,448 16.5 4.9 532.4 553.8 26.69 439.8 131.8 14,206.6 14,778.3
Minnesota 646 1,236 58,136 60,018 3.3 6.3 294.2 303.7 27.24 89.1 170.3 8,013.2 8,272.6
Mississippi 34 572 39,224 39,829 0.2 2.9 198.5 201.5 25.97 4.5 75.1 5,154.9 5,234.5
Missouri 57 403 72,823 73,283 0.3 2.0 368.5 370.8 26.06 7.5 53.2 9,603.8 9,664.4
Montana 15 290 11,940 12,244 0.1 1.5 60.4 62.0 28.49 2.1 41.7 1,721.1 1,764.9
Nebraska 67 481 20,516 21,064 0.3 2.4 103.8 106.6 27.59 9.3 67.1 2,864.5 2,940.9
Nevada 17 372 25,864 26,253 0.1 1.9 130.9 132.8 28.20 2.4 53.0 3,690.8 3,746.3
New Hampshire 58 150 16,580 16,788 0.3 0.8 83.9 84.9 28.33 8.3 21.5 2,377.1 2,407.0
New Jersey 151 867 96,157 97,174 0.8 4.4 486.6 491.7 27.09 20.6 118.8 13,180.4 13,319.8
New Mexico 21 349 22,389 22,758 0.1 1.8 113.3 115.2 27.02 2.8 47.7 3,061.0 3,111.5
New York 196 2,131 129,419 131,746 1.0 10.8 654.9 666.6 28.36 28.2 305.9 18,571.4 18,905.5
North Carolina 1,402 1,294 100,125 102,821 7.1 6.5 506.6 520.3 27.67 196.3 181.2 14,019.7 14,397.3
North Dakota 19 264 10,878 11,160 0.1 1.3 55.0 56.5 28.51 2.7 38.0 1,569.3 1,610.1
Ohio 98 1,023 116,400 117,522 0.5 5.2 589.0 594.7 27.74 13.8 143.7 16,340.1 16,497.5
Oklahoma 166 732 46,366 47,263 0.8 3.7 234.6 239.2 26.12 21.9 96.8 6,128.7 6,247.4
Oregon 32 516 34,905 35,453 0.2 2.6 176.6 179.4 28.93 4.7 75.6 5,108.8 5,189.0
Pennsylvania 90 1,747 115,304 117,141 0.5 8.8 583.4 592.7 28.72 13.1 253.9 16,756.4 17,023.3
Rhode Island 10 120 8,569 8,699 0.1 0.6 43.4 44.0 29.11 1.5 17.7 1,262.4 1,281.5
South Carolina 35 472 63,063 63,569 0.2 2.4 319.1 321.7 26.04 4.6 62.1 8,309.9 8,376.6
South Dakota 12 301 10,390 10,703 0.1 1.5 52.6 54.2 27.79 1.7 42.4 1,460.9 1,504.9
Tennessee 55 622 75,072 75,749 0.3 3.1 379.9 383.3 26.50 7.3 83.5 10,068.0 10,158.9
Texas 309 4,570 311,499 316,378 1.6 23.1 1,576.2 1,600.9 26.05 40.7 602.5 41,063.6 41,706.8
Utah 25 317 25,825 26,167 0.1 1.6 130.7 132.4 28.47 3.7 45.6 3,720.6 3,769.8
Vermont 7 126 7,328 7,461 (s) 0.6 37.1 37.8 29.33 1.0 18.7 1,087.5 1,107.2
Virginia 102 977 94,138 95,217 0.5 4.9 476.3 481.8 26.87 13.9 132.8 12,800.3 12,947.0
Washington 145 1,038 63,977 65,159 0.7 5.3 323.7 329.7 29.24 21.4 153.5 9,465.0 9,639.9
West Virginia 25 161 19,212 19,398 0.1 0.8 97.2 98.2 29.01 3.7 23.6 2,820.1 2,847.4
Wisconsin 54 770 61,162 61,986 0.3 3.9 309.5 313.6 28.21 7.8 109.9 8,730.5 8,848.2
Wyoming 316 138 7,898 8,353 1.6 0.7 40.0 42.3 26.67 42.7 18.6 1,065.9 1,127.2

United States
11,875 42,262 3,201,970 3,256,107 60.1 213.8 16,202.0 16,475.9 (b) 1,628.3 5,897.4 445,278.9 452,804.6
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 $27.10 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $27.58 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $27.48 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $27.48 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.