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Table F3: Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2016

Table F3: Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2016





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 1,312 855 63,600 65,767 6.6 4.3 321.8 332.7 16.29 108.2 70.4 5,242.4 5,421.0
Alaska 153 99 6,715 6,967 0.8 0.5 34.0 35.2 24.05 18.6 12.0 816.9 847.5
Arizona 1,789 1,739 65,457 68,984 9.0 8.8 331.1 349.0 19.35 175.1 170.2 6,406.1 6,751.3
Arkansas 545 760 34,886 36,191 2.8 3.8 176.5 183.1 16.49 45.4 63.4 2,909.6 3,018.4
California 10,049 5,952 348,830 364,832 50.8 30.1 1,764.7 1,845.7 21.99 1,117.9 662.1 38,803.9 40,583.9
Colorado 1,425 1,207 53,495 56,127 7.2 6.1 270.6 283.9 17.37 125.3 106.1 4,701.8 4,933.2
Connecticut 889 373 34,555 35,817 4.5 1.9 174.8 181.2 18.67 84.0 35.2 3,263.6 3,382.8
Delaware 234 140 11,190 11,564 1.2 0.7 56.6 58.5 18.31 21.6 13.0 1,036.4 1,071.1
Dist. of Col. 75 36 2,723 2,835 0.4 0.2 13.8 14.3 19.25 7.3 3.5 265.2 276.1
Florida 6,473 4,430 202,297 213,200 32.7 22.4 1,023.4 1,078.6 17.13 560.9 383.9 17,528.5 18,473.3
Georgia 2,404 1,257 110,522 114,183 12.2 6.4 559.1 577.7 16.66 202.7 106.0 9,317.8 9,626.5
Hawaii 314 281 10,626 11,220 1.6 1.4 53.8 56.8 24.05 38.2 34.2 1,293.1 1,365.4
Idaho 315 577 17,877 18,769 1.6 2.9 90.4 95.0 18.65 29.7 54.5 1,686.8 1,771.0
Illinois 2,591 2,051 110,994 115,636 13.1 10.4 561.5 585.0 17.43 228.5 180.9 9,788.9 10,198.2
Indiana 1,605 1,104 72,936 75,646 8.1 5.6 369.0 382.7 16.84 136.8 94.1 6,215.1 6,446.0
Iowa 552 875 39,765 41,192 2.8 4.4 201.2 208.4 17.13 47.8 75.8 3,446.5 3,570.1
Kansas 617 999 30,979 32,595 3.1 5.1 156.7 164.9 17.02 53.1 86.0 2,666.9 2,806.0
Kentucky 775 563 51,758 53,096 3.9 2.8 261.8 268.6 17.42 68.3 49.6 4,561.3 4,679.2
Louisiana 791 762 52,605 54,158 4.0 3.9 266.1 274.0 16.38 65.6 63.1 4,359.3 4,488.0
Maine 311 228 18,485 19,024 1.6 1.2 93.5 96.2 18.56 29.2 21.4 1,735.4 1,786.0
Maryland 1,693 559 62,929 65,181 8.6 2.8 318.4 329.7 18.40 157.5 52.0 5,856.3 6,065.9
Massachusetts 1,400 759 64,895 67,054 7.1 3.8 328.3 339.2 18.12 128.3 69.6 5,949.8 6,147.7
Michigan 2,017 1,598 109,880 113,495 10.2 8.1 555.9 574.2 17.02 173.7 137.6 9,462.8 9,774.1
Minnesota 1,569 1,305 61,118 63,993 7.9 6.6 309.2 323.7 17.28 137.2 114.1 5,341.8 5,593.1
Mississippi 473 377 40,878 41,727 2.4 1.9 206.8 211.1 16.35 39.1 31.2 3,381.1 3,451.3
Missouri 1,318 920 74,621 76,859 6.7 4.7 377.5 388.8 16.63 110.9 77.4 6,276.5 6,464.7
Montana 149 339 12,488 12,976 0.8 1.7 63.2 65.6 18.57 14.0 31.9 1,173.1 1,219.0
Nebraska 386 647 20,581 21,615 2.0 3.3 104.1 109.3 17.60 34.4 57.6 1,832.8 1,924.8
Nevada 852 445 26,729 28,026 4.3 2.3 135.2 141.8 20.14 86.8 45.3 2,723.3 2,855.5
New Hampshire 358 178 16,513 17,049 1.8 0.9 83.5 86.3 18.02 32.7 16.2 1,505.1 1,554.0
New Jersey 2,178 1,252 96,517 99,948 11.0 6.3 488.3 505.6 17.73 195.4 112.3 8,657.6 8,965.3
New Mexico 380 588 21,965 22,933 1.9 3.0 111.1 116.0 17.01 32.7 50.6 1,890.0 1,973.3
New York 3,080 2,726 128,992 134,799 15.6 13.8 652.6 681.9 18.11 282.3 249.8 11,821.1 12,353.3
North Carolina 2,709 1,280 108,232 112,222 13.7 6.5 547.5 567.7 17.95 246.1 116.3 9,830.0 10,192.4
North Dakota 99 368 10,097 10,564 0.5 1.9 51.1 53.4 18.19 9.1 33.9 929.1 972.1
Ohio 3,037 1,570 117,317 121,924 15.4 7.9 593.5 616.8 17.94 275.7 142.5 10,649.4 11,067.6
Oklahoma 946 957 45,117 47,021 4.8 4.8 228.2 237.9 16.66 79.8 80.7 3,803.7 3,964.2
Oregon 924 640 36,387 37,952 4.7 3.2 184.1 192.0 20.66 96.6 66.9 3,802.5 3,966.0
Pennsylvania 2,786 1,485 113,617 117,887 14.1 7.5 574.8 596.4 18.80 265.0 141.2 10,804.9 11,211.1
Rhode Island 201 120 8,577 8,897 1.0 0.6 43.4 45.0 18.51 18.8 11.2 803.3 833.3
South Carolina 1,221 594 66,117 67,933 6.2 3.0 334.5 343.7 16.89 104.4 50.8 5,651.1 5,806.3
South Dakota 132 257 11,164 11,553 0.7 1.3 56.5 58.4 17.73 11.8 23.1 1,001.2 1,036.1
Tennessee 1,349 1,150 79,104 81,603 6.8 5.8 400.2 412.8 16.91 115.4 98.4 6,766.2 6,980.1
Texas 5,082 3,663 329,232 337,977 25.7 18.5 1,665.6 1,709.8 16.29 418.8 301.8 27,130.9 27,851.5
Utah 421 415 27,698 28,535 2.1 2.1 140.1 144.4 18.56 39.6 39.0 2,600.7 2,679.3
Vermont 133 91 7,186 7,410 0.7 0.5 36.4 37.5 18.65 12.6 8.6 678.0 699.1
Virginia 2,263 739 93,860 96,862 11.4 3.7 474.8 490.0 17.43 199.6 65.2 8,278.2 8,543.0
Washington 1,824 985 64,204 67,014 9.2 5.0 324.8 339.0 20.53 189.5 102.3 6,668.8 6,960.6
West Virginia 376 285 19,030 19,691 1.9 1.4 96.3 99.6 18.82 35.8 27.1 1,811.9 1,874.9
Wisconsin 1,159 1,011 60,540 62,710 5.9 5.1 306.3 317.2 18.00 105.5 92.0 5,511.7 5,709.2
Wyoming 383 234 8,221 8,838 1.9 1.2 41.6 44.7 17.39 33.7 20.6 723.0 777.3

United States
74,122 51,829 3,284,100 3,410,051 375.0 262.2 16,614.3 17,251.4 (b) 6,846.8 4,752.9 299,361.3 310,960.9
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 $18.26 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $18.13 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $18.02 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $18.03 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.