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Table F3: Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2017

Table F3: Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2017





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 1,052 861 62,909 64,822 5.3 4.4 317.9 327.5 18.50 98.3 80.5 5,879.8 6,058.6
Alaska 104 100 6,575 6,778 0.5 0.5 33.2 34.2 26.82 14.0 13.5 891.1 918.7
Arizona 1,804 1,747 65,825 69,377 9.1 8.8 332.6 350.6 21.58 196.8 190.5 7,177.4 7,564.6
Arkansas 538 764 34,785 36,087 2.7 3.9 175.8 182.3 18.72 50.9 72.2 3,289.6 3,412.7
California 10,190 6,026 350,604 366,820 51.5 30.4 1,771.6 1,853.5 24.37 1,254.9 742.1 43,178.9 45,176.0
Colorado 1,447 1,217 53,012 55,675 7.3 6.1 267.9 281.3 19.74 144.3 121.4 5,288.5 5,554.3
Connecticut 895 378 34,397 35,671 4.5 1.9 173.8 180.2 20.99 94.9 40.1 3,647.7 3,782.8
Delaware 237 141 11,508 11,887 1.2 0.7 58.1 60.1 20.92 25.1 14.9 1,216.6 1,256.7
Dist. of Col. 75 37 2,362 2,474 0.4 0.2 11.9 12.5 22.00 8.4 4.1 262.6 275.1
Florida 5,494 4,472 206,716 216,683 27.8 22.6 1,044.5 1,094.9 19.23 533.8 434.6 20,085.7 21,054.1
Georgia 2,437 1,274 115,835 119,546 12.3 6.4 585.3 604.1 18.57 228.7 119.5 10,868.1 11,216.3
Hawaii 319 283 10,560 11,162 1.6 1.4 53.4 56.4 26.83 43.2 38.4 1,431.8 1,513.4
Idaho 320 569 18,269 19,158 1.6 2.9 92.3 96.8 21.09 34.1 60.6 1,946.7 2,041.4
Illinois 2,564 2,075 110,276 114,915 13.0 10.5 557.2 580.7 19.59 253.8 205.4 10,914.6 11,373.7
Indiana 1,429 1,076 72,913 75,418 7.2 5.4 368.4 381.1 18.93 136.6 102.9 6,972.8 7,212.3
Iowa 560 880 36,178 37,618 2.8 4.4 182.8 190.1 19.25 54.4 85.6 3,518.9 3,658.9
Kansas 599 1,005 29,559 31,162 3.0 5.1 149.4 157.5 19.12 57.8 97.1 2,855.8 3,010.6
Kentucky 785 568 51,555 52,909 4.0 2.9 260.5 267.3 19.57 77.7 56.2 5,098.9 5,232.8
Louisiana 803 769 50,691 52,263 4.1 3.9 256.1 264.1 18.60 75.4 72.3 4,763.1 4,910.8
Maine 316 230 15,076 15,622 1.6 1.2 76.2 78.9 20.86 33.3 24.2 1,589.3 1,646.8
Maryland 1,719 567 62,214 64,499 8.7 2.9 314.4 325.9 21.02 182.6 60.2 6,608.6 6,851.4
Massachusetts 1,416 771 63,757 65,943 7.2 3.9 322.2 333.2 20.51 146.8 79.9 6,608.7 6,835.4
Michigan 2,048 1,612 108,630 112,289 10.3 8.1 548.9 567.4 19.13 197.9 155.8 10,498.9 10,852.6
Minnesota 998 1,316 61,197 63,511 5.0 6.6 309.2 320.9 19.76 99.7 131.3 6,108.9 6,339.8
Mississippi 466 380 39,950 40,796 2.4 1.9 201.9 206.1 18.56 43.7 35.6 3,746.8 3,826.1
Missouri 1,338 927 73,808 76,073 6.8 4.7 373.0 384.4 18.68 126.3 87.5 6,967.1 7,180.9
Montana 150 341 12,466 12,957 0.8 1.7 63.0 65.5 21.00 15.9 36.2 1,322.5 1,374.6
Nebraska 359 651 20,516 21,526 1.8 3.3 103.7 108.8 19.78 35.9 65.0 2,050.3 2,151.3
Nevada 849 448 27,452 28,749 4.3 2.3 138.7 145.3 22.46 96.3 50.9 3,116.2 3,263.5
New Hampshire 317 180 16,629 17,126 1.6 0.9 84.0 86.5 20.25 32.4 18.5 1,701.9 1,752.8
New Jersey 2,164 1,273 91,934 95,371 10.9 6.4 464.5 481.9 20.26 221.6 130.4 9,412.8 9,764.8
New Mexico 386 591 23,344 24,321 2.0 3.0 118.0 122.9 19.31 37.7 57.7 2,277.6 2,372.9
New York 3,070 2,773 130,571 136,414 15.5 14.0 659.8 689.3 20.12 312.1 281.8 13,273.4 13,867.3
North Carolina 2,358 1,294 108,443 112,095 11.9 6.5 548.0 566.4 20.00 238.3 130.8 10,960.9 11,330.0
North Dakota 101 370 9,954 10,425 0.5 1.9 50.3 52.7 20.44 10.4 38.2 1,027.9 1,076.5
Ohio 3,084 1,588 117,183 121,855 15.6 8.0 592.1 615.7 19.60 305.5 157.3 11,606.0 12,068.7
Oklahoma 864 963 43,970 45,797 4.4 4.9 222.2 231.4 18.72 81.7 91.2 4,160.1 4,333.0
Oregon 938 648 37,050 38,635 4.7 3.3 187.2 195.2 23.04 109.2 75.4 4,313.6 4,498.1
Pennsylvania 2,831 1,503 114,497 118,831 14.3 7.6 578.6 600.5 21.48 307.3 163.2 12,428.7 12,899.2
Rhode Island 204 122 8,549 8,875 1.0 0.6 43.2 44.8 20.81 21.5 12.8 899.0 933.3
South Carolina 1,236 600 66,594 68,430 6.2 3.0 336.5 345.8 18.82 117.6 57.0 6,334.4 6,509.0
South Dakota 133 259 11,022 11,415 0.7 1.3 55.7 57.7 19.92 13.4 26.1 1,109.4 1,148.9
Tennessee 1,366 1,159 79,504 82,030 6.9 5.9 401.7 414.5 19.00 131.2 111.2 7,631.9 7,874.3
Texas 5,021 3,703 331,492 340,217 25.4 18.7 1,675.0 1,719.1 18.56 470.8 347.2 31,084.1 31,902.2
Utah 428 420 27,922 28,769 2.2 2.1 141.1 145.4 20.98 45.3 44.5 2,960.7 3,050.5
Vermont 135 92 7,167 7,394 0.7 0.5 36.2 37.4 20.96 14.3 9.7 759.3 783.3
Virginia 2,266 748 94,359 97,373 11.4 3.8 476.8 492.0 19.42 222.4 73.5 9,261.5 9,557.4
Washington 1,560 997 64,369 66,926 7.9 5.0 325.3 338.2 23.64 186.3 119.1 7,689.8 7,995.2
West Virginia 366 287 18,453 19,106 1.8 1.5 93.2 96.5 20.97 38.7 30.4 1,955.3 2,024.5
Wisconsin 1,174 1,019 59,799 61,991 5.9 5.1 302.2 313.2 20.22 120.0 104.1 6,109.8 6,333.9
Wyoming 87 235 8,078 8,400 0.4 1.2 40.8 42.4 19.66 8.6 23.3 802.3 834.3

United States
71,397 52,307 3,280,481 3,404,186 360.8 264.3 16,576.3 17,201.4 (b) 7,407.8 5,381.9 335,666.3 348,456.1
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 $20.53 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $20.36 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $20.25 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $20.26 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.