Table F3:  Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2021





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
1,142 869 74,260 76,272 5.8 4.4 375.0 385.2 22.28 128.6 97.8 8,356.0 8,582.4
Alaska
106 104 6,125 6,335 0.5 0.5 30.9 32.0 34.62 18.5 18.2 1,070.9 1,107.6
Arizona
1,875 1,759 66,146 69,780 9.5 8.9 334.0 352.4 27.85 263.7 247.4 9,304.1 9,815.3
Arkansas
553 741 34,755 36,050 2.8 3.7 175.5 182.1 22.55 63.0 84.4 3,957.1 4,104.5
California
10,604 6,030 302,881 319,514 53.5 30.5 1,529.5 1,613.5 32.46 1,738.4 988.5 49,654.6 52,381.6
Colorado
1,512 1,204 51,285 54,002 7.6 6.1 259.0 272.7 26.55 202.8 161.5 6,877.2 7,241.5
Connecticut
935 392 30,942 32,269 4.7 2.0 156.3 163.0 25.12 118.6 49.7 3,925.4 4,093.7
Delaware
245 133 11,235 11,614 1.2 0.7 56.7 58.7 24.95 30.9 16.8 1,415.6 1,463.3
Dist. of Col.
80 37 2,325 2,443 0.4 0.2 11.7 12.3 26.24 10.6 5.0 308.1 323.7
Florida
5,722 4,562 203,099 213,383 28.9 23.0 1,025.6 1,077.6 22.89 661.3 527.3 23,474.6 24,663.2
Georgia
2,523 1,306 107,972 111,800 12.7 6.6 545.3 564.6 22.06 281.0 145.5 12,028.5 12,454.9
Hawaii
331 267 9,160 9,757 1.7 1.3 46.3 49.3 34.63 57.8 46.6 1,602.1 1,706.6
Idaho
335 573 18,577 19,486 1.7 2.9 93.8 98.4 27.75 47.0 80.3 2,603.2 2,730.5
Illinois
2,672 2,074 94,136 98,882 13.5 10.5 475.4 499.4 23.99 323.7 251.3 11,405.2 11,980.2
Indiana
1,488 1,064 69,945 72,496 7.5 5.4 353.2 366.1 23.18 174.2 124.5 8,187.9 8,486.6
Iowa
579 830 34,985 36,394 2.9 4.2 176.7 183.8 23.58 68.9 98.8 4,165.5 4,333.3
Kansas
609 936 28,512 30,057 3.1 4.7 144.0 151.8 23.42 72.0 110.7 3,372.0 3,554.6
Kentucky
813 564 49,608 50,985 4.1 2.8 250.5 257.5 23.97 98.4 68.3 6,005.9 6,172.7
Louisiana
832 781 50,367 51,981 4.2 3.9 254.4 262.5 22.40 94.1 88.4 5,697.8 5,880.3
Maine
328 223 15,032 15,584 1.7 1.1 75.9 78.7 24.97 41.4 28.1 1,895.7 1,965.2
Maryland
1,792 575 55,771 58,138 9.0 2.9 281.6 293.6 25.07 226.8 72.8 7,060.2 7,359.8
Massachusetts
1,445 795 56,126 58,366 7.3 4.0 283.4 294.7 24.63 179.7 98.9 6,980.9 7,259.5
Michigan
2,134 1,568 100,040 103,742 10.8 7.9 505.2 523.9 23.43 252.4 185.5 11,835.6 12,273.6
Minnesota
1,039 1,268 54,534 56,840 5.2 6.4 275.4 287.0 23.77 124.8 152.2 6,547.4 6,824.4
Mississippi
484 380 39,782 40,646 2.4 1.9 200.9 205.3 22.36 54.7 42.9 4,491.8 4,589.4
Missouri
1,390 947 72,098 74,436 7.0 4.8 364.1 375.9 22.88 160.7 109.4 8,331.0 8,601.0
Montana
156 336 12,642 13,135 0.8 1.7 63.8 66.3 27.63 21.8 46.9 1,763.7 1,832.5
Nebraska
375 627 20,292 21,293 1.9 3.2 102.5 107.5 24.22 45.9 76.6 2,482.4 2,604.9
Nevada
884 448 26,841 28,173 4.5 2.3 135.5 142.3 29.00 129.5 65.6 3,930.5 4,125.6
New Hampshire
328 184 15,472 15,984 1.7 0.9 78.1 80.7 24.24 40.1 22.5 1,894.3 1,956.9
New Jersey
2,236 1,324 78,447 82,007 11.3 6.7 396.2 414.1 24.16 272.8 161.5 9,572.0 10,006.3
New Mexico
401 539 23,254 24,194 2.0 2.7 117.4 122.2 23.26 47.2 63.3 2,731.5 2,841.9
New York
3,146 2,859 118,176 124,180 15.9 14.4 596.8 627.1 23.87 379.1 344.6 14,242.6 14,966.3
North Carolina
2,452 1,303 109,146 112,901 12.4 6.6 551.2 570.2 23.77 294.3 156.4 13,099.0 13,549.7
North Dakota
104 340 9,345 9,789 0.5 1.7 47.2 49.4 25.03 13.1 43.0 1,181.2 1,237.3
Ohio
3,207 1,595 107,046 111,848 16.2 8.1 540.6 564.8 24.12 390.6 194.3 13,039.0 13,623.9
Oklahoma
900 907 43,243 45,050 4.5 4.6 218.4 227.5 22.93 104.2 105.0 5,008.3 5,217.6
Oregon
975 642 33,962 35,580 4.9 3.2 171.5 179.7 29.74 146.5 96.5 5,100.9 5,343.9
Pennsylvania
2,953 1,514 102,894 107,361 14.9 7.6 519.6 542.2 25.62 381.9 195.9 13,310.8 13,888.7
Rhode Island
213 125 7,929 8,266 1.1 0.6 40.0 41.7 24.91 26.8 15.7 997.5 1,039.9
South Carolina
1,313 616 63,732 65,661 6.6 3.1 321.8 331.6 22.36 148.3 69.6 7,197.9 7,415.8
South Dakota
134 258 11,356 11,748 0.7 1.3 57.3 59.3 24.40 16.5 31.8 1,399.1 1,447.4
Tennessee
1,413 1,167 77,252 79,832 7.1 5.9 390.1 403.1 23.27 166.0 137.1 9,077.7 9,380.8
Texas
5,187 3,784 323,151 332,122 26.2 19.1 1,631.9 1,677.2 22.09 578.6 422.1 36,047.9 37,048.6
Utah
443 430 28,090 28,963 2.2 2.2 141.9 146.3 27.61 61.8 60.0 3,916.9 4,038.7
Vermont
143 90 6,373 6,606 0.7 0.5 32.2 33.4 25.09 18.1 11.4 807.7 837.2
Virginia
2,352 759 90,826 93,937 11.9 3.8 458.7 474.4 23.08 274.1 88.5 10,585.2 10,947.7
Washington
1,614 999 57,814 60,428 8.1 5.0 292.0 305.2 28.61 233.1 144.4 8,351.6 8,729.1
West Virginia
378 263 18,374 19,015 1.9 1.3 92.8 96.0 24.91 47.6 33.0 2,311.7 2,392.3
Wisconsin
1,202 999 58,416 60,618 6.1 5.0 295.0 306.1 24.77 150.4 125.0 7,306.2 7,581.6
Wyoming
97 237 7,457 7,791 0.5 1.2 37.7 39.3 25.86 12.6 30.9 974.1 1,017.6

United States
74,171 52,328 3,091,231 3,217,730 374.6 264.3 15,610.7 16,249.5 (b) 9,494.8 6,642.5 386,884.3 403,021.6
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 $25.35 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $25.14 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $24.78 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $24.80 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.