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Table E20. Motor gasoline price and expenditure estimates, ranked by state, 2022

Table E20. Motor gasoline price and expenditure estimates, ranked by state, 2022



Rank
Prices Expenditures Expenditures per capita

State
Dollars
per million Btu

State
Million
dollars

State

Dollars
1 Hawaii 46.14 California 68,399 Alabama 2,200
2 Alaska 46.12 Texas 49,682 Wyoming 2,116
3 California 42.81 Florida 32,346 North Dakota 2,058
4 Oregon 39.62 New York 19,435 South Dakota 2,056
5 Nevada 38.63 North Carolina 18,023 Alaska 2,033
6 Washington 37.87 Pennsylvania 17,902 Montana 2,018
7 Arizona 37.10 Ohio 17,559 Mississippi 1,994
8 Idaho 34.59 Michigan 15,897 New Hampshire 1,901
9 Montana 34.44 Illinois 15,663 Iowa 1,881
10 Utah 34.42 Georgia 15,595 Missouri 1,852
11 District of Columbia 34.41 Virginia 13,432 Delaware 1,850
12 Connecticut 33.83 New Jersey 13,132 Maine 1,838
13 Vermont 33.79 Arizona 13,056 Kentucky 1,798
14 Maine 33.63 Tennessee 12,432 Nevada 1,782
15 Pennsylvania 33.59 Washington 11,610 Arizona 1,773
16 Rhode Island 33.54 Missouri 11,441 Tennessee 1,764
17 Massachusetts 33.51 Alabama 11,161 South Carolina 1,760
18 North Dakota 32.96 Indiana 10,985 California 1,752
19 Maryland 32.87 Wisconsin 10,110 Idaho 1,744
20 Delaware 32.71 Massachusetts 9,889 Vermont 1,738
21 New Hampshire 32.65 Colorado 9,590 Nebraska 1,737
22 Wisconsin 32.61 South Carolina 9,298 Arkansas 1,731
23 Wyoming 32.24 Minnesota 9,088 Wisconsin 1,716
24 South Dakota 32.13 Maryland 8,888 Oklahoma 1,695
25 West Virginia 32.00 Kentucky 8,112 North Carolina 1,685
26 Nebraska 31.90 Louisiana 7,455 West Virginia 1,668
27 New Jersey 31.68 Oregon 6,955 New Mexico 1,655
28 Colorado 31.65 Oklahoma 6,814 Texas 1,654
29 Minnesota 31.63 Iowa 6,018 Colorado 1,642
30 Illinois 31.59 Connecticut 5,918 Oregon 1,641
31 Kentucky 31.57 Mississippi 5,860 Connecticut 1,640
32 New York 31.56 Nevada 5,662 Louisiana 1,625
33 Ohio 31.51 Arkansas 5,274 Indiana 1,608
34 Iowa 31.05 Utah 5,023 Hawaii 1,592
35 Michigan 30.85 Kansas 4,487 Minnesota 1,590
36 Kansas 30.84 New Mexico 3,498 Michigan 1,584
37 Tennessee 30.64 Nebraska 3,419 Virginia 1,548
38 Indiana 30.53 Idaho 3,382 Kansas 1,528
39 North Carolina 30.52 West Virginia 2,959 Ohio 1,493
40 New Mexico 30.27 New Hampshire 2,660 Washington 1,491
41 Oklahoma 30.20 Maine 2,554 Utah 1,485
42 Missouri 30.13 Hawaii 2,292 Florida 1,454
43 Virginia 29.64 Montana 2,265 Maryland 1,442
44 Florida 29.50 Delaware 1,886 Georgia 1,429
45 Arkansas 29.34 South Dakota 1,870 New Jersey 1,418
46 Louisiana 29.15 North Dakota 1,603 Massachusetts 1,416
47 Mississippi 29.10 Alaska 1,491 Pennsylvania 1,380
48 Alabama 29.00 Rhode Island 1,429 Rhode Island 1,306
49 Texas 28.76 Wyoming 1,230 Illinois 1,245
50 South Carolina 28.72 Vermont 1,125 New York 988
51 Georgia 28.33 District of Columbia 405 District of Columbia 603
United States 32.41 United States 526,258 United States 1,579
Notes: · Motor gasoline includes fuel ethanol blended into the product. · Rankings are based on
unrounded data.
Data Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System. See Technical Notes.
http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/
Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.