Table F3:  Motor gasoline consumption, price, and expenditure estimates, 2015





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
1,028 845 62,073 63,946 5.2 4.3 314.1 323.6 18.16 94.5 77.6 5,703.1 5,875.1
Alaska
300 97 6,488 6,886 1.5 0.5 32.8 34.8 27.64 42.0 13.6 907.5 963.1
Arizona
1,791 1,705 63,238 66,734 9.1 8.6 320.0 337.7 22.24 201.5 191.8 7,115.2 7,508.5
Arkansas
619 719 33,047 34,385 3.1 3.6 167.2 174.0 18.37 57.6 66.9 3,072.2 3,196.6
California
10,031 5,969 342,523 358,522 50.8 30.2 1,733.2 1,814.1 25.45 1,291.9 768.7 44,114.8 46,175.4
Colorado
1,413 1,173 51,209 53,794 7.1 5.9 259.1 272.2 19.55 139.8 116.0 5,066.6 5,322.4
Connecticut
921 371 33,938 35,230 4.7 1.9 171.7 178.3 20.75 96.7 39.0 3,563.4 3,699.1
Delaware
232 138 10,780 11,149 1.2 0.7 54.5 56.4 20.26 23.7 14.2 1,105.1 1,143.0
Dist. of Col.
63 36 2,549 2,649 0.3 0.2 12.9 13.4 21.31 6.8 3.9 274.9 285.6
Florida
5,367 4,370 198,983 208,720 27.2 22.1 1,006.9 1,056.1 18.84 511.6 416.6 18,968.6 19,896.8
Georgia
2,341 1,238 114,132 117,711 11.8 6.3 577.5 595.6 18.28 216.5 114.5 10,555.6 10,886.6
Hawaii
309 284 10,361 10,955 1.6 1.4 52.4 55.4 27.65 43.3 39.8 1,449.6 1,532.7
Idaho
351 544 16,878 17,774 1.8 2.8 85.4 89.9 20.92 37.2 57.6 1,786.3 1,881.0
Illinois
2,584 1,906 116,773 121,263 13.1 9.6 590.9 613.6 19.61 256.4 189.1 11,586.4 12,031.9
Indiana
1,586 1,001 72,316 74,903 8.0 5.1 365.9 379.0 18.95 152.0 95.9 6,932.9 7,180.9
Iowa
2,660 749 36,106 39,515 13.5 3.8 182.7 199.9 19.27 259.3 73.1 3,520.7 3,853.1
Kansas
638 879 28,508 30,026 3.2 4.4 144.3 151.9 19.14 61.8 85.1 2,761.1 2,908.1
Kentucky
735 534 50,614 51,883 3.7 2.7 256.1 262.5 19.59 72.9 52.9 5,018.3 5,144.2
Louisiana
781 742 54,039 55,562 3.9 3.8 273.4 281.1 18.25 72.1 68.5 4,991.4 5,132.1
Maine
315 224 18,068 18,607 1.6 1.1 91.4 94.2 20.63 32.9 23.4 1,885.8 1,942.1
Maryland
1,675 532 65,304 67,510 8.5 2.7 330.4 341.6 20.36 172.5 54.8 6,726.6 6,953.9
Massachusetts
1,390 753 64,242 66,385 7.0 3.8 325.1 335.9 20.09 141.3 76.5 6,529.1 6,746.9
Michigan
2,001 1,560 107,973 111,534 10.1 7.9 546.3 564.4 19.15 193.8 151.2 10,461.5 10,806.5
Minnesota
1,525 1,196 58,137 60,858 7.7 6.0 294.2 307.9 19.82 152.9 119.9 5,830.1 6,103.0
Mississippi
455 392 39,355 40,203 2.3 2.0 199.1 203.4 18.22 42.0 36.2 3,628.2 3,706.4
Missouri
1,301 947 72,289 74,537 6.6 4.8 365.8 377.2 18.70 123.2 89.6 6,840.7 7,053.5
Montana
148 348 12,290 12,786 0.7 1.8 62.2 64.7 20.82 15.6 36.7 1,295.0 1,347.3
Nebraska
390 705 20,051 21,146 2.0 3.6 101.5 107.0 19.80 39.0 70.6 2,008.9 2,118.5
Nevada
837 443 26,104 27,385 4.2 2.2 132.1 138.6 23.15 98.1 51.9 3,057.7 3,207.7
New Hampshire
350 178 16,467 16,994 1.8 0.9 83.3 86.0 20.03 35.4 18.0 1,668.7 1,722.1
New Jersey
2,156 1,244 93,543 96,943 10.9 6.3 473.3 490.5 19.62 214.0 123.5 9,287.3 9,624.8
New Mexico
381 568 22,338 23,287 1.9 2.9 113.0 117.8 18.95 36.5 54.5 2,142.4 2,233.4
New York
3,106 2,721 124,232 130,059 15.7 13.8 628.6 658.1 20.46 321.5 281.7 12,860.5 13,463.7
North Carolina
3,915 1,301 102,111 107,327 19.8 6.6 516.7 543.1 19.69 390.0 129.6 10,173.8 10,693.4
North Dakota
97 402 10,664 11,163 0.5 2.0 54.0 56.5 20.46 10.0 41.6 1,103.9 1,155.6
Ohio
3,038 1,588 116,471 121,098 15.4 8.0 589.3 612.8 19.77 304.0 158.9 11,651.6 12,114.5
Oklahoma
956 890 44,579 46,425 4.8 4.5 225.6 234.9 18.74 90.7 84.4 4,228.3 4,403.3
Oregon
889 646 35,338 36,873 4.5 3.3 178.8 186.6 23.74 106.8 77.6 4,245.5 4,429.9
Pennsylvania
2,768 1,495 112,314 116,578 14.0 7.6 568.3 589.9 20.80 291.4 157.4 11,822.2 12,271.0
Rhode Island
200 119 8,722 9,042 1.0 0.6 44.1 45.8 20.58 20.9 12.4 908.2 941.4
South Carolina
1,172 596 65,102 66,870 5.9 3.0 329.4 338.4 18.53 109.9 55.9 6,104.2 6,269.9
South Dakota
129 283 10,762 11,174 0.7 1.4 54.5 56.5 19.94 13.0 28.6 1,085.9 1,127.5
Tennessee
1,342 1,131 74,889 77,361 6.8 5.7 378.9 391.4 19.02 129.1 108.8 7,206.8 7,444.7
Texas
5,157 3,687 320,574 329,418 26.1 18.7 1,622.1 1,666.9 18.26 476.4 340.6 29,614.7 30,431.7
Utah
405 410 25,677 26,492 2.0 2.1 129.9 134.0 20.81 42.6 43.2 2,704.1 2,789.9
Vermont
131 95 7,199 7,426 0.7 0.5 36.4 37.6 20.73 13.8 10.0 755.1 778.9
Virginia
2,237 746 92,589 95,572 11.3 3.8 468.5 483.6 19.12 216.4 72.1 8,958.3 9,246.9
Washington
1,594 1,001 63,799 66,394 8.1 5.1 322.8 336.0 22.34 180.1 113.2 7,210.6 7,503.8
West Virginia
365 283 19,896 20,543 1.8 1.4 100.7 103.9 20.64 38.1 29.5 2,078.1 2,145.7
Wisconsin
1,155 1,030 59,573 61,758 5.8 5.2 301.4 312.5 20.24 118.3 105.5 6,101.9 6,325.7
Wyoming
437 238 8,076 8,751 2.2 1.2 40.9 44.3 19.50 43.2 23.4 796.6 863.2

United States
75,766 51,051 3,223,288 3,350,106 383.4 258.3 16,309.8 16,951.5 (b) 7,851.1 5,266.0 329,466.0 342,583.0
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 $20.48 per million Btu, U.S. average industrial
price is $20.39 per million Btu, U.S. average transportation price is $20.20 per million Btu, and the U.S. average price of
all sectors is $20.21 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.