Table F3:  Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2019





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
1,121 876 64,638 66,635 5.7 4.4 326.6 336.6 18.97 107.4 84.0 6,194.1 6,385.4
Alaska
104 104 6,376 6,584 0.5 0.5 32.2 33.3 31.19 16.4 16.4 1,004.7 1,037.5
Arizona
1,844 1,763 67,720 71,327 9.3 8.9 342.1 360.3 25.09 233.7 223.5 8,583.7 9,040.9
Arkansas
543 757 35,005 36,305 2.7 3.8 176.8 183.4 19.19 52.7 73.4 3,394.1 3,520.2
California
10,457 6,103 343,677 360,237 52.8 30.8 1,736.3 1,819.9 29.10 1,537.4 897.3 50,530.0 52,964.7
Colorado
1,488 1,242 54,470 57,200 7.5 6.3 275.2 289.0 21.62 162.5 135.6 5,950.9 6,249.0
Connecticut
916 385 34,144 35,446 4.6 1.9 172.5 179.1 21.94 101.6 42.7 3,785.3 3,929.6
Delaware
241 141 12,651 13,034 1.2 0.7 63.9 65.8 21.61 26.3 15.4 1,381.1 1,422.8
Dist. of Col.
78 38 2,723 2,838 0.4 0.2 13.8 14.3 22.73 8.9 4.3 312.6 325.8
Florida
5,640 4,653 209,798 220,090 28.5 23.5 1,059.9 1,111.9 19.45 554.2 457.2 20,614.9 21,626.2
Georgia
2,496 1,295 113,377 117,167 12.6 6.5 572.8 591.9 18.82 237.3 123.1 10,780.4 11,140.9
Hawaii
326 293 10,403 11,022 1.6 1.5 52.6 55.7 31.20 51.3 46.2 1,639.6 1,737.2
Idaho
329 570 18,145 19,044 1.7 2.9 91.7 96.2 23.10 38.4 66.5 2,117.6 2,222.6
Illinois
2,622 2,050 105,720 110,393 13.2 10.4 534.1 557.7 20.70 274.2 214.4 11,055.3 11,543.9
Indiana
1,467 1,054 69,763 72,284 7.4 5.3 352.4 365.2 20.00 148.3 106.5 7,048.7 7,303.5
Iowa
573 797 35,622 36,991 2.9 4.0 180.0 186.9 20.34 58.9 81.9 3,660.7 3,801.5
Kansas
599 948 30,660 32,207 3.0 4.8 154.9 162.7 20.20 61.1 96.8 3,129.7 3,287.5
Kentucky
804 558 51,566 52,927 4.1 2.8 260.5 267.4 20.68 84.0 58.3 5,388.4 5,530.6
Louisiana
823 775 51,044 52,642 4.2 3.9 257.9 265.9 19.07 79.3 74.7 4,917.5 5,071.4
Maine
322 231 14,840 15,393 1.6 1.2 75.0 77.8 21.81 35.4 25.5 1,635.4 1,696.3
Maryland
1,764 575 61,744 64,084 8.9 2.9 311.9 323.8 21.71 193.5 63.1 6,772.5 7,029.1
Massachusetts
1,416 796 63,066 65,278 7.2 4.0 318.6 329.8 21.78 155.8 87.6 6,938.0 7,181.4
Michigan
2,096 1,626 107,251 110,973 10.6 8.2 541.8 560.6 20.21 214.0 166.0 10,951.8 11,331.9
Minnesota
1,024 1,281 59,456 61,761 5.2 6.5 300.4 312.0 20.73 107.2 134.2 6,225.9 6,467.3
Mississippi
478 376 40,148 41,001 2.4 1.9 202.8 207.1 19.03 45.9 36.1 3,860.4 3,942.5
Missouri
1,360 939 72,166 74,466 6.9 4.7 364.6 376.2 19.74 135.6 93.7 7,197.3 7,426.7
Montana
153 342 12,306 12,801 0.8 1.7 62.2 64.7 23.00 17.8 39.8 1,430.0 1,487.5
Nebraska
366 630 20,721 21,717 1.8 3.2 104.7 109.7 20.90 38.6 66.5 2,187.9 2,293.0
Nevada
869 471 27,911 29,251 4.4 2.4 141.0 147.8 26.12 114.7 62.1 3,683.1 3,859.9
New Hampshire
323 185 16,736 17,244 1.6 0.9 84.6 87.1 21.18 34.6 19.7 1,790.6 1,845.0
New Jersey
2,194 1,307 89,260 92,761 11.1 6.6 450.9 468.6 20.93 231.9 138.2 9,436.9 9,807.0
New Mexico
392 586 23,087 24,064 2.0 3.0 116.6 121.6 19.80 39.2 58.6 2,309.4 2,407.2
New York
3,088 2,829 129,953 135,870 15.6 14.3 656.5 686.4 20.97 327.2 299.8 13,770.5 14,397.5
North Carolina
2,418 1,316 110,842 114,576 12.2 6.6 560.0 578.8 20.28 247.7 134.8 11,354.0 11,736.5
North Dakota
103 354 10,028 10,485 0.5 1.8 50.7 53.0 21.60 11.2 38.7 1,094.1 1,143.9
Ohio
3,155 1,599 114,839 119,593 15.9 8.1 580.2 604.2 20.92 333.4 169.0 12,137.2 12,639.6
Oklahoma
883 917 44,330 46,130 4.5 4.6 224.0 233.0 19.79 88.3 91.6 4,431.4 4,611.3
Oregon
966 653 36,330 37,948 4.9 3.3 183.5 191.7 26.79 130.7 88.4 4,917.0 5,136.1
Pennsylvania
2,897 1,521 111,574 115,992 14.6 7.7 563.7 586.0 22.19 324.8 170.5 12,506.1 13,001.3
Rhode Island
209 124 8,765 9,098 1.1 0.6 44.3 46.0 21.76 23.0 13.7 963.5 1,000.2
South Carolina
1,300 619 65,570 67,489 6.6 3.1 331.3 341.0 19.08 125.3 59.7 6,320.8 6,505.7
South Dakota
133 250 10,675 11,058 0.7 1.3 53.9 55.9 21.05 14.2 26.6 1,135.1 1,175.9
Tennessee
1,407 1,194 78,822 81,423 7.1 6.0 398.2 411.3 20.08 142.7 121.1 7,994.3 8,258.1
Texas
5,120 3,786 339,773 348,678 25.9 19.1 1,716.5 1,761.5 19.07 493.3 364.7 32,735.5 33,593.5
Utah
437 434 28,796 29,667 2.2 2.2 145.5 149.9 22.99 50.7 50.3 3,344.3 3,445.4
Vermont
141 90 7,022 7,253 0.7 0.5 35.5 36.6 21.92 15.6 10.0 777.7 803.3
Virginia
2,317 758 93,651 96,726 11.7 3.8 473.1 488.7 19.69 230.5 75.4 9,315.6 9,621.5
Washington
1,596 1,009 67,368 69,973 8.1 5.1 340.3 353.5 25.88 208.7 131.9 8,808.3 9,148.9
West Virginia
374 285 19,203 19,862 1.9 1.4 97.0 100.3 21.26 40.2 30.6 2,062.1 2,132.8
Wisconsin
1,182 1,031 60,850 63,063 6.0 5.2 307.4 318.6 21.37 127.6 111.3 6,568.9 6,807.7
Wyoming
95 245 7,518 7,858 0.5 1.2 38.0 39.7 21.53 10.4 26.6 817.8 854.8

United States
73,046 52,760 3,272,103 3,397,909 369.0 266.5 16,530.7 17,166.2 (b) 8,143.5 5,823.9 356,962.8 370,930.2
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 $22.07 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $21.85 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $21.59 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $21.61 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.