Table F3:  Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2020





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
1,129 882 65,439 67,450 5.7 4.5 330.6 340.8 15.51 88.5 69.1 5,127.5 5,285.1
Alaska
104 107 5,632 5,843 0.5 0.5 28.5 29.5 26.53 14.0 14.3 754.8 783.1
Arizona
1,857 1,834 59,918 63,610 9.4 9.3 302.7 321.4 21.34 200.2 197.8 6,460.2 6,858.2
Arkansas
547 764 32,391 33,703 2.8 3.9 163.6 170.3 15.69 43.4 60.6 2,568.0 2,672.0
California
10,512 6,117 273,289 289,918 53.1 30.9 1,380.7 1,464.7 24.79 1,316.4 766.1 34,225.4 36,307.9
Colorado
1,498 1,254 46,062 48,814 7.6 6.3 232.7 246.6 18.98 143.7 120.2 4,417.4 4,681.3
Connecticut
925 388 28,272 29,584 4.7 2.0 142.8 149.5 18.48 86.3 36.3 2,639.3 2,761.9
Delaware
243 142 10,437 10,822 1.2 0.7 52.7 54.7 18.67 22.9 13.4 984.2 1,020.5
Dist. of Col.
81 38 2,199 2,319 0.4 0.2 11.1 11.7 19.63 8.1 3.8 218.1 230.0
Florida
5,673 4,713 183,456 193,841 28.7 23.8 926.8 979.3 16.62 476.4 395.8 15,408.2 16,280.5
Georgia
2,507 1,308 104,935 108,750 12.7 6.6 530.1 549.4 15.83 200.5 104.7 8,393.6 8,698.8
Hawaii
328 296 7,982 8,605 1.7 1.5 40.3 43.5 26.54 43.9 39.7 1,070.1 1,153.7
Idaho
332 578 17,475 18,385 1.7 2.9 88.3 92.9 19.83 33.2 57.9 1,750.2 1,841.4
Illinois
2,644 2,070 86,667 91,381 13.4 10.5 437.8 461.7 16.98 226.9 177.6 7,436.5 7,840.9
Indiana
1,476 1,065 63,875 66,416 7.5 5.4 322.7 335.5 16.41 122.3 88.3 5,295.6 5,506.3
Iowa
575 811 31,269 32,656 2.9 4.1 158.0 165.0 16.69 48.5 68.4 2,636.8 2,753.7
Kansas
603 954 28,062 29,618 3.0 4.8 141.8 149.6 16.58 50.5 79.9 2,350.4 2,480.7
Kentucky
805 562 46,110 47,477 4.1 2.8 232.9 239.9 16.97 69.0 48.2 3,953.6 4,070.8
Louisiana
824 785 44,870 46,478 4.2 4.0 226.7 234.8 15.59 64.9 61.8 3,534.6 3,661.3
Maine
326 233 13,461 14,020 1.6 1.2 68.0 70.8 18.37 30.3 21.6 1,249.2 1,301.1
Maryland
1,775 581 48,657 51,013 9.0 2.9 245.8 257.7 18.76 168.2 55.0 4,610.4 4,833.6
Massachusetts
1,429 800 49,947 52,176 7.2 4.0 252.3 263.6 18.25 131.8 73.8 4,606.1 4,811.7
Michigan
2,112 1,632 91,171 94,915 10.7 8.2 460.6 479.5 16.59 176.9 136.8 7,639.1 7,952.8
Minnesota
1,030 1,295 51,285 53,610 5.2 6.5 259.1 270.8 16.98 88.3 111.1 4,398.8 4,598.2
Mississippi
480 379 37,507 38,366 2.4 1.9 189.5 193.8 15.56 37.7 29.8 2,949.0 3,016.5
Missouri
1,370 954 66,392 68,716 6.9 4.8 335.4 347.2 16.20 112.1 78.0 5,433.2 5,623.3
Montana
154 346 11,521 12,021 0.8 1.7 58.2 60.7 19.74 15.4 34.5 1,148.9 1,198.8
Nebraska
369 638 18,868 19,875 1.9 3.2 95.3 100.4 17.15 32.0 55.3 1,634.7 1,722.0
Nevada
875 475 23,755 25,106 4.4 2.4 120.0 126.8 22.22 98.3 53.3 2,666.4 2,817.9
New Hampshire
325 186 14,179 14,690 1.6 0.9 71.6 74.2 17.83 29.3 16.8 1,277.5 1,323.5
New Jersey
2,212 1,321 70,160 73,693 11.2 6.7 354.4 372.3 18.08 202.1 120.6 6,407.6 6,730.3
New Mexico
395 592 20,557 21,544 2.0 3.0 103.9 108.8 16.19 32.3 48.4 1,681.5 1,762.2
New York
3,113 2,860 106,703 112,676 15.7 14.4 539.1 569.2 17.86 280.8 258.0 9,625.3 10,164.0
North Carolina
2,428 1,328 98,473 102,228 12.3 6.7 497.5 516.5 17.06 209.2 114.4 8,485.5 8,809.1
North Dakota
103 355 8,851 9,310 0.5 1.8 44.7 47.0 17.72 9.2 31.8 792.4 833.4
Ohio
3,178 1,609 99,148 103,936 16.1 8.1 500.9 525.1 17.11 274.8 139.1 8,571.7 8,985.6
Oklahoma
890 915 40,315 42,121 4.5 4.6 203.7 212.8 16.24 73.0 75.1 3,306.8 3,454.9
Oregon
969 652 31,273 32,895 4.9 3.3 158.0 166.2 22.79 111.6 75.1 3,600.3 3,786.9
Pennsylvania
2,919 1,534 94,548 99,001 14.7 7.7 477.7 500.2 19.17 282.6 148.5 9,154.9 9,586.0
Rhode Island
211 124 7,276 7,612 1.1 0.6 36.8 38.5 18.32 19.5 11.5 673.6 704.6
South Carolina
1,304 625 57,961 59,890 6.6 3.2 292.8 302.6 16.05 105.8 50.7 4,700.2 4,856.7
South Dakota
133 254 10,316 10,703 0.7 1.3 52.1 54.1 17.27 11.6 22.2 900.2 933.9
Tennessee
1,405 1,207 71,711 74,322 7.1 6.1 362.3 375.5 16.47 116.9 100.4 5,967.9 6,185.2
Texas
5,144 3,828 292,013 300,985 26.0 19.3 1,475.2 1,520.6 15.37 399.3 297.2 22,667.2 23,363.7
Utah
440 439 26,546 27,425 2.2 2.2 134.1 138.6 19.73 43.8 43.8 2,645.7 2,733.4
Vermont
141 91 5,773 6,005 0.7 0.5 29.2 30.3 18.46 13.2 8.5 538.4 560.1
Virginia
2,333 763 83,368 86,464 11.8 3.9 421.2 436.8 16.56 195.2 63.9 6,976.2 7,235.3
Washington
1,605 1,017 52,518 55,140 8.1 5.1 265.3 278.6 22.20 180.0 114.1 5,890.3 6,184.4
West Virginia
374 283 16,181 16,838 1.9 1.4 81.7 85.1 17.88 33.8 25.5 1,461.7 1,521.0
Wisconsin
1,190 1,037 53,478 55,705 6.0 5.2 270.2 281.4 17.53 105.4 91.9 4,737.0 4,934.3
Wyoming
96 241 7,008 7,345 0.5 1.2 35.4 37.1 18.48 8.9 22.5 654.3 685.8

United States
73,491 53,264 2,819,258 2,946,014 371.3 269.1 14,242.9 14,883.3 (b) 6,889.1 4,933.0 256,276.3 268,098.4
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 $18.56 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $18.33 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $17.99 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $18.01 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.