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Table F3: Motor Gasoline Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2013

Table F3: Motor Gasoline Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2013





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 46 509 60,890 61,445 0.2 2.6 308.2 311.0 27.14 6.3 70.0 8,366.7 8,443.0
Alaska 85 229 6,191 6,505 0.4 1.2 31.3 32.9 34.80 15.0 40.3 1,090.5 1,145.8
Arizona 126 977 62,036 63,139 0.6 4.9 314.0 319.6 27.99 17.9 138.4 8,790.2 8,946.5
Arkansas 57 761 32,504 33,322 0.3 3.9 164.5 168.7 27.47 7.9 105.8 4,519.1 4,632.8
California 269 6,278 341,194 347,742 1.4 31.8 1,727.1 1,760.3 31.07 42.4 987.3 53,657.4 54,687.2
Colorado 45 850 50,286 51,181 0.2 4.3 254.5 259.1 28.15 6.4 121.2 7,166.6 7,294.2
Connecticut 35 494 33,777 34,307 0.2 2.5 171.0 173.7 30.55 5.5 76.4 5,223.0 5,304.9
Delaware 7 170 10,085 10,262 (s) 0.9 51.0 51.9 28.92 1.0 24.9 1,476.2 1,502.2
Dist. of Col. 7 35 2,277 2,319 (s) 0.2 11.5 11.7 30.41 1.1 5.4 350.5 357.0
Florida 723 2,044 193,960 196,727 3.7 10.3 981.8 995.8 27.59 101.0 285.4 27,090.0 27,476.5
Georgia 73 1,370 113,893 115,337 0.4 6.9 576.5 583.8 26.67 9.8 185.0 15,373.8 15,568.6
Hawaii 13 139 10,525 10,677 0.1 0.7 53.3 54.0 34.81 2.2 24.4 1,854.5 1,881.1
Idaho 51 582 16,121 16,754 0.3 2.9 81.6 84.8 29.33 7.6 86.4 2,393.8 2,487.8
Illinois 173 2,020 108,427 110,620 0.9 10.2 548.9 560.0 28.58 25.0 292.3 15,684.5 16,001.8
Indiana 582 1,366 69,938 71,887 2.9 6.9 354.0 363.9 27.61 81.3 191.0 9,775.1 10,047.5
Iowa 2,205 974 36,078 39,258 11.2 4.9 182.6 198.7 28.08 313.5 138.4 5,128.8 5,580.8
Kansas 35 541 30,099 30,675 0.2 2.7 152.4 155.3 27.89 5.0 76.4 4,250.0 4,331.4
Kentucky 44 699 50,016 50,759 0.2 3.5 253.2 256.9 28.56 6.4 101.1 7,229.7 7,337.2
Louisiana 44 1,166 53,204 54,414 0.2 5.9 269.3 275.4 27.29 6.1 161.0 7,349.7 7,516.8
Maine 30 292 17,286 17,608 0.2 1.5 87.5 89.1 30.37 4.7 44.8 2,657.0 2,706.5
Maryland 35 789 66,176 67,000 0.2 4.0 335.0 339.2 29.06 5.1 116.1 9,733.2 9,854.4
Massachusetts 47 959 64,543 65,549 0.2 4.9 326.7 331.8 29.50 7.1 143.2 9,637.0 9,787.3
Michigan 81 1,390 108,003 109,474 0.4 7.0 546.7 554.2 27.91 11.5 196.3 15,256.0 15,463.8
Minnesota 620 1,449 58,112 60,181 3.1 7.3 294.2 304.6 28.88 90.6 211.9 8,495.9 8,798.4
Mississippi 38 648 37,786 38,472 0.2 3.3 191.3 194.7 27.24 5.2 89.4 5,209.9 5,304.5
Missouri 59 576 72,191 72,826 0.3 2.9 365.4 368.6 27.25 8.2 79.5 9,959.5 10,047.2
Montana 15 291 11,882 12,188 0.1 1.5 60.1 61.7 29.21 2.2 43.0 1,756.6 1,801.9
Nebraska 59 552 19,745 20,356 0.3 2.8 99.9 103.0 28.85 8.6 80.7 2,884.0 2,973.3
Nevada 27 302 25,850 26,179 0.1 1.5 130.9 132.5 29.14 4.0 44.5 3,813.3 3,861.8
New Hampshire 57 190 16,573 16,820 0.3 1.0 83.9 85.1 29.48 8.5 28.4 2,473.2 2,510.1
New Jersey 72 1,106 93,625 94,803 0.4 5.6 473.9 479.9 28.01 10.2 156.8 13,272.9 13,439.9
New Mexico 23 396 22,055 22,474 0.1 2.0 111.6 113.8 28.34 3.2 56.7 3,163.6 3,223.6
New York 190 2,274 125,460 127,924 1.0 11.5 635.1 647.6 29.42 28.3 338.7 18,685.2 19,052.1
North Carolina 320 1,665 100,948 102,933 1.6 8.4 511.0 521.0 28.73 46.5 242.2 14,679.5 14,968.2
North Dakota 22 298 10,425 10,745 0.1 1.5 52.8 54.4 29.82 3.2 45.0 1,573.4 1,621.6
Ohio 102 1,618 116,193 117,914 0.5 8.2 588.2 596.9 28.77 14.9 235.7 16,924.1 17,174.6
Oklahoma 179 925 43,493 44,597 0.9 4.7 220.2 225.7 27.32 24.7 127.9 6,014.2 6,166.8
Oregon 33 871 34,263 35,167 0.2 4.4 173.4 178.0 29.89 5.0 131.8 5,184.0 5,320.8
Pennsylvania 92 2,141 117,110 119,343 0.5 10.8 592.8 604.1 29.69 13.9 321.8 17,601.7 17,937.4
Rhode Island 10 121 8,528 8,660 0.1 0.6 43.2 43.8 30.29 1.6 18.6 1,307.7 1,327.8
South Carolina 36 552 63,114 63,702 0.2 2.8 319.5 322.5 27.03 4.9 75.6 8,637.0 8,717.5
South Dakota 12 317 10,241 10,571 0.1 1.6 51.8 53.5 29.06 1.8 46.7 1,506.5 1,555.0
Tennessee 57 924 74,080 75,061 0.3 4.7 375.0 380.0 27.72 8.0 129.7 10,393.3 10,531.0
Texas 316 6,120 296,009 302,445 1.6 31.0 1,498.4 1,531.0 27.36 43.8 847.5 40,994.0 41,885.3
Utah 26 394 25,489 25,909 0.1 2.0 129.0 131.2 29.19 3.9 58.2 3,766.2 3,828.3
Vermont 7 129 7,439 7,575 (s) 0.7 37.7 38.3 30.52 1.1 19.9 1,149.0 1,170.1
Virginia 93 1,005 92,047 93,145 0.5 5.1 465.9 471.5 27.90 13.2 141.9 12,998.1 13,153.2
Washington 167 1,143 63,405 64,715 0.8 5.8 321.0 327.6 29.92 25.3 173.1 9,604.2 9,802.7
West Virginia 26 199 18,635 18,860 0.1 1.0 94.3 95.5 30.12 4.0 30.3 2,840.7 2,875.0
Wisconsin 57 1,022 57,391 58,469 0.3 5.2 290.5 296.0 29.50 8.4 152.6 8,570.1 8,731.2
Wyoming 380 213 8,101 8,694 1.9 1.1 41.0 44.0 27.34 52.6 29.5 1,121.2 1,203.4

United States
7,910 52,079 3,167,700 3,227,689 40.0 263.6 16,034.9 16,338.6 (b) 1,135.5 7,569.4 458,632.7 467,337.6
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 $28.36 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $28.71 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $28.60 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $28.60 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.