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Energy Statistics > Gasoline Consumption (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Gasoline Consumption (Barrels). This indicates the number of barrels of motor gasoline consumed in a given state for a given year.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Texas: 256,552,000  
# 2     Florida: 181,062,000  
# 3     New York: 133,723,000  
# 4     Illinois: 121,126,000  
# 5     Pennsylvania: 120,457,000  
# 6     Michigan: 119,471,000  
# 7     North Carolina: 98,717,000  
# 8     New Jersey: 94,145,000  
# 9     Virginia: 90,793,000  
# 10     Indiana: 75,199,000  
# 11     Tennessee: 68,391,000  
# 12     Massachusetts: 65,358,000  
# 13     Washington: 63,492,000  
# 14     Minnesota: 62,235,000  
# 15     Maryland: 59,262,000  
# 16     Wisconsin: 58,869,000  
# 17     Arizona: 58,506,000  
# 18     Alabama: 57,717,000  
# 19     South Carolina: 53,821,000  
# 20     Louisiana: 53,481,000  
# 21     Kentucky: 51,267,000  
# 22     Colorado: 49,635,000  
# 23     Oklahoma: 43,026,000  
# 24     Iowa: 36,767,000  
# 25     Mississippi: 36,481,000  
# 26     Oregon: 36,157,000  
# 27     Connecticut: 35,436,000  
# 28     California: 35,198,000  
# 29     Arkansas: 33,245,000  
# 30     Kansas: 30,296,000  
# 31     Utah: 22,992,000  
# 32     Nevada: 22,876,000  
# 33     New Mexico: 21,654,000  
# 34     Nebraska: 20,392,000  
# 35     West Virginia: 19,716,000  
# 36     New Hampshire: 16,101,000  
# 37     Idaho: 15,098,000  
# 38     Maine: 14,289,000  
# 39     Ohio: 12,145,000  
# 40     Montana: 11,639,000  
# 41     Georgia: 11,355,000  
# 42     South Dakota: 10,203,000  
# 43     Hawaii: 9,709,000  
# 44     Rhode Island: 9,616,000  
# 45     Delaware: 9,298,000  
# 46     North Dakota: 8,477,000  
# 47     Wyoming: 8,101,000  
# 48     Missouri: 7,251,000  
# 49     Alaska: 6,383,000  
# 50     District of Columbia: 3,889,000  
# 51     Vermont: 802,000  
Total: 2,541,871,000   
Weighted average: 49,840,607.8  

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"Gasoline Consumption by state", National Priorities Project Database, 2001 . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/ene_gas_con-energy-gasoline-consumption

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COMMENTARY     

Noname
17th January 2011
What is the unit of mesurement?
Darryl Williams
30th July 2010
I can't believe that per capita gasoline consumption for South Carolina is five time as high as for Georgia. Must be some problem here.
Gary Hancock
8th June 2010
Under gasoline consumption you have California using less than Miss. under totals, gives the impression that California uses less gasoline. Real figures show about a ten to one comparison. Think this is per capita or you have a decimal off. In 2008 Ca used 364,000 and Miss. used 39,000 according to U.S. Dept of Energy.
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