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Energy Statistics > Gasoline Consumption (per capita) (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. Per capita figures expressed per 1 population.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Wyoming: 15.906 per capita 
# 2     North Dakota: 13.314 per capita 
# 3     South Dakota: 13.149 per capita 
# 4     Alabama: 12.663 per capita 
# 5     South Carolina: 12.649 per capita 
# 6     Mississippi: 12.489 per capita 
# 7     Montana: 12.439 per capita 
# 8     Iowa: 12.395 per capita 
# 9     New Hampshire: 12.291 per capita 
# 10     Kentucky: 12.284 per capita 
# 11     Oklahoma: 12.127 per capita 
# 12     Minnesota: 12.125 per capita 
# 13     Virginia: 11.998 per capita 
# 14     Indiana: 11.99 per capita 
# 15     Arkansas: 11.962 per capita 
# 16     Louisiana: 11.823 per capita 
# 17     Michigan: 11.804 per capita 
# 18     Nebraska: 11.594 per capita 
# 19     Tennessee: 11.469 per capita 
# 20     North Carolina: 11.369 per capita 
# 21     New Mexico: 11.229 per capita 
# 22     Texas: 11.223 per capita 
# 23     Kansas: 11.038 per capita 
# 24     Delaware: 11.023 per capita 
# 25     West Virginia: 10.852 per capita 
# 26     Maine: 10.813 per capita 
# 27     New Jersey: 10.799 per capita 
# 28     Colorado: 10.639 per capita 
# 29     Wisconsin: 10.633 per capita 
# 30     Maryland: 10.582 per capita 
# 31     Idaho: 10.565 per capita 
# 32     Massachusetts: 10.214 per capita 
# 33     Florida: 10.178 per capita 
# 34     Washington: 10.098 per capita 
# 35     Connecticut: 10.095 per capita 
# 36     Oregon: 9.93 per capita 
# 37     Arizona: 9.851 per capita 
# 38     Pennsylvania: 9.691 per capita 
# 39     Alaska: 9.618 per capita 
# 40     Illinois: 9.49 per capita 
# 41     Nevada: 9.473 per capita 
# 42     Utah: 9.31 per capita 
# 43     Rhode Island: 8.935 per capita 
# 44     Hawaii: 7.614 per capita 
# 45     District of Columbia: 7.064 per capita 
# 46     New York: 6.945 per capita 
# 47     Vermont: 1.287 per capita 
# 48     Georgia: 1.252 per capita 
# 49     Missouri: 1.25 per capita 
# 50     Ohio: 1.059 per capita 
# 51     California: 0.974 per capita 
Weighted average: 10.0 per capita  

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

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COMMENTARY     

Roger
8th March 2011
I find it hard to believe that the average per capita gasoline consumption in California is less than 1/10 of the national average. Long distance commutes and spotty public transportation are not supportive of very low gas consumption. It sounds like the bottom 6 are incorrect. I can believe New York due to public transportation and a highly concentrated population. Below that is not believable.
mike
1st December 2010
Your numbers do not make sense. I suggest you state explicitly what the numbers mean. Gallons, barrels, per what capita, state or federal, per what GDP, state or federal. I think you must expect that the people who access this information already know what it means. Always state any metric used. Please. California usage less than almost everyone else? LA is based upon the automobile. Total should be about 140 billion gallons of gasoline.
John M.
27th September 2010
Question?

How many gallons of gasoline are in a barrel?
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