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ESTIMATED USE OF GASOHOL - 2002 1/

November 2003(THOUSANDS OF GALLONS)Table MF-33E
STATE 3/GASOHOL - ACTUAL OR ESTIMATED 2/
CONSUMPTION IN THOUSAND GALLONSCONSUMPTION IN THOUSAND LITERSESTIMATED STATE SHARE
Alabama 101,810 385,393 0.48%
Alaska 44,678 169,125 0.21%
Arizona 149,796 567,040 0.71%
Arkansas - -0.00%
California 1,773,616 6,713,865 8.45%
Colorado 740,614 2,803,529 3.53%
Connecticut 34,187 129,412 0.16%
Delaware - -0.00%
Dist. of Col. - -0.00%
Florida 4,153 15,721 0.02%
Georgia 303 1,147 0.00%
Hawaii - -0.00%
Idaho - -0.00%
Illinois 3,080,582 11,661,271 14.67%
Indiana 1,220,289 4,619,296 5.81%
Iowa 934,265 3,536,578 4.45%
Kansas 275,342 1,042,282 1.31%
Kentucky 248,313 939,969 1.18%
Louisiana 351,056 1,328,893 1.67%
Maine - -0.00%
Maryland 382,055 1,446,236 1.82%
Massachusetts 9,942 37,635 0.05%
Michigan 1,153,880 4,367,911 5.50%
Minnesota 2,587,209 9,793,651 12.32%
Mississippi - -0.00%
Missouri 687,048 2,600,760 3.27%
Montana 16,414 62,134 0.08%
Nebraska 325,845 1,233,458 1.55%
Nevada 386,246 1,462,100 1.84%
New Hampshire - -0.00%
New Jersey 11,987 45,374 0.06%
New Mexico 83,987 317,923 0.40%
New York 42,159 159,590 0.20%
North Carolina 642,874 2,433,544 3.06%
North Dakota 88,971 336,792 0.42%
Ohio 1,902,394 7,201,345 9.06%
Oklahoma - -0.00%
Oregon 386,287 1,462,256 1.84%
Pennsylvania 62,098 235,066 0.30%
Rhode Island 3,993 15,117 0.02%
South Carolina - -0.00%
South Dakota 231,045 874,600 1.10%
Tennessee - -0.00%
Texas 325,515 1,232,208 1.55%
Utah 50,261 190,257 0.24%
Vermont - -0.00%
Virginia 578,361 2,189,334 2.75%
Washington 659,244 2,495,511 3.14%
West Virginia 122,042 461,980 0.58%
Wisconsin 1,297,207 4,910,463 6.18%
Wyoming - -0.00%
Total 20,996,069 79,478,765 100.00%

1/ This table shows Federal Highway Administration estimates of gasohol use. The gasohol volumes shown include both the ethanol and the gasoline components. The Energy Policy Act of 1992 expanded the definition of gasohol effective January 1, 1993. Prior to the Act, gasohol was defined as a blend of gasoline and at least 10 percent, by volume, fuel alcohol. Under the Act, three types of gasohol were defined: (1) 10-percent gasohol, which corresponds to the definition before the Act; (2) 7.7-percent gasohol, which contains at least 7.7 percent alcohol but less than 10 percent; and (3) 5.7- percent gasohol which contains at least 5.7 percent alcohol but less than 7.7 percent.

2/ The amount of ethanol used in gasohol is estimated from gasohol tax collections, refunds, and credits reported by the Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury.

3/ States formatted in bold are fully or partially estimated, other figures are gasohol as reported by the State.


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