Table F3:  Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2018





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
1,112 885 62,509 64,505 5.6 4.5 315.9 326.0 20.40 114.7 91.2 6,445.7 6,651.6
Alaska
104 104 6,485 6,694 0.5 0.5 32.8 33.8 30.73 16.2 16.2 1,007.3 1,039.7
Arizona
1,834 1,757 67,174 70,764 9.3 8.9 339.5 357.6 24.72 229.1 219.5 8,392.7 8,841.3
Arkansas
540 779 34,142 35,460 2.7 3.9 172.6 179.2 20.64 56.3 81.2 3,562.2 3,699.8
California
10,377 6,125 349,108 365,610 52.4 31.0 1,764.4 1,847.8 28.09 1,473.4 869.7 49,569.6 51,912.7
Colorado
1,477 1,254 53,468 56,199 7.5 6.3 270.2 284.0 22.33 166.7 141.6 6,034.5 6,342.9
Connecticut
910 384 34,557 35,851 4.6 1.9 174.7 181.2 23.42 107.7 45.4 4,090.2 4,243.4
Delaware
239 145 11,915 12,299 1.2 0.7 60.2 62.2 22.91 27.7 16.8 1,379.4 1,423.9
Dist. of Col.
77 37 2,746 2,861 0.4 0.2 13.9 14.5 24.09 9.4 4.6 334.4 348.4
Florida
5,586 4,634 209,991 220,211 28.2 23.4 1,061.3 1,112.9 20.92 590.6 490.0 22,202.0 23,282.6
Georgia
2,468 1,297 115,572 119,336 12.5 6.6 584.1 603.1 20.20 251.9 132.4 11,797.4 12,181.7
Hawaii
324 292 10,339 10,956 1.6 1.5 52.3 55.4 30.74 50.4 45.4 1,606.3 1,702.1
Idaho
327 581 17,195 18,103 1.7 2.9 86.9 91.5 24.20 40.0 71.0 2,102.9 2,214.0
Illinois
2,605 2,096 109,212 113,913 13.2 10.6 552.0 575.7 21.72 285.9 230.0 11,986.7 12,502.7
Indiana
1,453 1,087 71,245 73,784 7.3 5.5 360.1 372.9 20.98 154.1 115.2 7,555.4 7,824.7
Iowa
568 870 35,828 37,266 2.9 4.4 181.1 188.3 21.34 61.2 93.8 3,864.5 4,019.6
Kansas
594 1,007 29,084 30,685 3.0 5.1 147.0 155.1 21.20 63.6 107.8 3,116.0 3,287.5
Kentucky
796 572 51,670 53,037 4.0 2.9 261.1 268.0 21.70 87.3 62.7 5,666.9 5,816.9
Louisiana
816 780 50,298 51,893 4.1 3.9 254.2 262.3 20.51 84.6 80.9 5,214.3 5,379.7
Maine
319 232 14,941 15,492 1.6 1.2 75.5 78.3 23.28 37.6 27.3 1,757.8 1,822.8
Maryland
1,751 578 61,905 64,233 8.8 2.9 312.9 324.6 23.02 203.7 67.2 7,201.3 7,472.1
Massachusetts
1,407 787 64,221 66,415 7.1 4.0 324.6 335.7 23.06 164.0 91.7 7,484.0 7,739.6
Michigan
2,081 1,643 108,808 112,532 10.5 8.3 549.9 568.7 21.21 223.0 176.1 11,661.8 12,060.9
Minnesota
1,014 1,330 59,727 62,071 5.1 6.7 301.9 313.7 21.92 112.4 147.4 6,616.5 6,876.2
Mississippi
473 384 38,800 39,657 2.4 1.9 196.1 200.4 20.47 49.0 39.7 4,014.6 4,103.3
Missouri
1,352 947 72,933 75,231 6.8 4.8 368.6 380.2 20.71 141.5 99.1 7,634.5 7,875.1
Montana
152 347 12,279 12,778 0.8 1.8 62.1 64.6 24.09 18.5 42.3 1,495.1 1,555.9
Nebraska
364 660 20,652 21,677 1.8 3.3 104.4 109.6 21.93 40.4 73.2 2,288.8 2,402.3
Nevada
863 466 28,088 29,416 4.4 2.4 142.0 148.7 25.74 112.2 60.6 3,653.4 3,826.2
New Hampshire
320 184 16,748 17,252 1.6 0.9 84.6 87.2 22.60 36.5 21.0 1,913.1 1,970.7
New Jersey
2,178 1,298 89,814 93,290 11.0 6.6 453.9 471.5 22.19 244.2 145.6 10,070.3 10,460.2
New Mexico
391 625 23,084 24,101 2.0 3.2 116.7 121.8 21.30 42.1 67.3 2,484.9 2,594.3
New York
3,064 2,814 131,879 137,758 15.5 14.2 666.5 696.2 22.23 344.4 316.2 14,819.1 15,479.7
North Carolina
2,397 1,324 108,384 112,105 12.1 6.7 547.8 566.6 21.76 263.6 145.6 11,918.8 12,328.0
North Dakota
102 363 9,971 10,437 0.5 1.8 50.4 52.7 22.66 11.7 41.6 1,141.8 1,195.1
Ohio
3,132 1,621 116,030 120,783 15.8 8.2 586.4 610.4 21.50 340.3 176.1 12,605.3 13,121.7
Oklahoma
879 978 44,963 46,820 4.4 4.9 227.2 236.6 20.76 92.2 102.6 4,717.5 4,912.3
Oregon
955 658 37,146 38,758 4.8 3.3 187.7 195.9 26.40 127.4 87.7 4,955.6 5,170.7
Pennsylvania
2,878 1,523 111,077 115,478 14.5 7.7 561.4 583.6 23.52 342.1 181.1 13,204.3 13,727.4
Rhode Island
208 124 8,929 9,261 1.0 0.6 45.1 46.8 23.22 24.4 14.5 1,048.0 1,086.9
South Carolina
1,301 618 65,384 67,303 6.6 3.1 330.5 340.1 20.48 134.6 64.0 6,766.4 6,965.0
South Dakota
132 261 11,010 11,404 0.7 1.3 55.6 57.6 22.08 14.8 29.2 1,228.9 1,272.8
Tennessee
1,391 1,207 77,945 80,544 7.0 6.1 393.9 407.1 21.06 148.1 128.5 8,297.4 8,574.0
Texas
5,074 3,786 337,371 346,231 25.6 19.1 1,705.1 1,749.9 20.44 524.1 391.1 34,848.5 35,763.7
Utah
432 433 27,860 28,725 2.2 2.2 140.8 145.2 24.08 52.6 52.6 3,390.5 3,495.8
Vermont
140 93 6,587 6,819 0.7 0.5 33.3 34.5 23.39 16.5 10.9 778.9 806.3
Virginia
2,303 761 94,406 97,470 11.6 3.8 477.1 492.6 21.13 245.9 81.2 10,081.5 10,408.6
Washington
1,592 1,014 66,789 69,395 8.0 5.1 337.6 350.7 26.54 213.6 136.0 8,960.1 9,309.7
West Virginia
372 284 19,330 19,986 1.9 1.4 97.7 101.0 22.81 42.9 32.7 2,228.4 2,304.0
Wisconsin
1,178 1,042 62,075 64,295 6.0 5.3 313.7 324.9 22.42 133.5 118.1 7,033.4 7,284.9
Wyoming
95 238 7,598 7,932 0.5 1.2 38.4 40.1 22.56 10.9 27.2 866.1 904.2

United States
72,497 53,310 3,279,272 3,405,079 366.4 269.4 16,573.4 17,209.3 (b) 8,379.2 6,111.1 373,095.2 387,585.5
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.  Totals may not equal sum of
components due to independent rounding.
bDue to consumption weighting, U.S. average commercial price is $22.87 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $22.68 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $22.51 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $22.52 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.