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MOTOR-FUEL USE - 2004 1/

OCTOBER 2005(THOUSANDS OF GALLONS)Table MF-21
STATEGASOLINESPECIAL FUELSUMMARY OF TOTAL USE
HIGHWAY USENONHIGHWAY USETOTAL USELOSSES ALLOWED FOR EVAPORATION, HANDLING, ETC. 2/TOTAL CONSUMPTIONPRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY USEHIGHWAY NON- HIGHWAY (GASOLINE ONLY)TOTAL
PRIVATE AND COMMERCIALPUBLIC USETOTALPRIVATE AND COMMERCIALSTATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPALTOTALAMOUNTPERCENT CHANGE FROM PRIOR YEAR
FEDERAL CIVILIANSTATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPALTOTAL
Alabama 2,507,467 2,871 35,431 38,302 2,545,769 82,115 1,847 83,962 2,629,731 595 2,630,326 790,734 3,336,503 6.1 83,962 3,420,465
Alaska 274,027 1,656 4,029 5,685 279,712 22,834 366 23,200 302,912 - 302,912 209,733 489,445 20.8 23,200 512,645
Arizona 2,653,334 5,530 32,604 38,134 2,691,468 73,199 1,700 74,899 2,766,367 - 2,766,367 780,791 3,472,259 4.9 74,899 3,547,158
Arkansas 1,366,081 1,685 24,689 26,374 1,392,455 76,446 1,287 77,733 1,470,188 14,887 1,485,075 601,994 1,994,449 0.1 77,733 2,072,182
California 15,356,195 26,156 197,125 223,281 15,579,476 331,891 10,277 342,168 15,921,644 - 15,921,644 2,908,737 18,488,213 4.8 342,168 18,830,381
Colorado 2,043,219 4,716 33,027 37,743 2,080,962 71,784 1,722 73,506 2,154,468 20,813 2,175,281 508,032 2,588,994 1.3 73,506 2,662,500
Connecticut 1,774,969 2,348 19,265 21,613 1,796,582 54,373 1,004 55,377 1,851,959 8,949 1,860,908 285,813 2,082,395 18.9 55,377 2,137,772
Delaware 406,434 477 5,164 5,641 412,075 16,884 269 17,153 429,228 1,885 431,113 65,569 477,644 2.6 17,153 494,797
Dist. of Col. 129,908 3,188 5,331 8,519 138,427 13,081 278 13,359 151,786 2 151,788 24,413 162,840 3.6 13,359 176,199
Florida 8,155,559 9,053 90,552 99,605 8,255,164 286,283 4,592 290,875 8,546,039 - 8,546,039 1,576,307 9,831,471 5.4 290,875 10,122,346
Georgia 4,899,323 4,502 55,275 59,777 4,959,100 152,450 2,882 155,332 5,114,432 - 5,114,432 1,461,981 6,421,081 1.3 155,332 6,576,413
Hawaii 433,813 1,032 9,624 10,656 444,469 11,029 502 11,531 456,000 4,606 460,606 44,000 488,469 1.9 11,531 500,000
Idaho 580,353 2,627 12,772 15,399 595,752 40,787 666 41,453 637,205 8,854 646,059 239,434 835,186 1.4 41,453 876,639
Illinois 5,074,578 6,429 86,828 93,257 5,167,835 135,960 4,527 140,487 5,308,322 2,092 5,310,414 1,401,432 6,569,267 1.9 140,487 6,709,754
Indiana 3,122,988 2,664 47,387 50,051 3,173,039 91,475 2,470 93,945 3,266,984 33,000 3,299,984 1,249,988 4,423,027 (6.7) 93,945 4,516,972
Iowa 1,512,361 1,781 29,190 30,971 1,543,332 126,891 1,522 128,413 1,671,745 6 1,671,751 573,739 2,117,071 3.6 128,413 2,245,484
Kansas 1,253,379 1,778 27,039 28,817 1,282,196 67,081 1,410 68,491 1,350,687 13,672 1,364,359 414,791 1,696,987 (2.5) 68,491 1,765,478
Kentucky 2,188,978 2,849 34,029 36,878 2,225,856 112,128 1,774 113,902 2,339,758 - 2,339,758 857,083 3,082,939 5.4 113,902 3,196,841
Louisiana 2,163,546 2,920 34,361 37,281 2,200,827 156,523 1,791 158,314 2,359,141 61,429 2,420,570 662,270 2,863,097 (2.1) 158,314 3,021,411
Maine 690,799 748 9,618 10,366 701,165 18,831 501 19,332 720,497 1,800 722,297 175,355 876,520 (9.0) 19,332 895,852
Maryland 2,592,997 4,270 26,881 31,151 2,624,148 67,565 1,401 68,966 2,693,114 4,403 2,697,517 541,091 3,165,239 2.5 68,966 3,234,205
Massachusetts 2,786,013 4,365 34,316 38,681 2,824,694 62,948 1,789 64,737 2,889,431 - 2,889,431 425,034 3,249,728 1.5 64,737 3,314,465
Michigan 4,789,066 5,154 64,170 69,324 4,858,390 171,076 3,346 174,422 5,032,812 - 5,032,812 978,991 5,837,381 (0.8) 174,422 6,011,803
Minnesota 2,598,485 3,111 42,501 45,612 2,644,097 97,607 2,216 99,823 2,743,920 27,669 2,771,589 664,466 3,308,563 1.4 99,823 3,408,386
Mississippi 1,536,419 2,248 40,695 42,943 1,579,362 82,328 1,330 83,658 1,663,020 16,798 1,679,818 600,066 2,179,428 0.5 83,658 2,263,086
Missouri 3,078,502 3,571 45,263 48,834 3,127,336 133,078 2,360 135,438 3,262,774 32,327 3,295,101 1,040,893 4,168,229 2.0 135,438 4,303,667
Montana 461,877 2,590 10,113 12,703 474,580 31,037 527 31,564 506,144 - 506,144 223,636 698,216 1.7 31,564 729,780
Nebraska 793,426 1,720 17,744 19,464 812,890 69,949 925 70,874 883,764 - 883,764 404,167 1,217,057 1.0 70,874 1,287,931
Nevada 1,055,163 3,471 12,761 16,232 1,071,395 33,308 665 33,973 1,105,368 - 1,105,368 332,118 1,403,513 5.2 33,973 1,437,486
New Hampshire 688,568 762 9,138 9,900 698,468 26,064 476 26,540 725,008 - 725,008 112,131 810,599 1.5 26,540 837,139
New Jersey 4,242,544 5,528 48,690 54,218 4,296,762 93,302 2,538 95,840 4,392,602 - 4,392,602 898,537 5,195,299 (1.4) 95,840 5,291,139
New Mexico 924,625 3,906 16,244 20,150 944,775 41,604 847 42,451 987,226 - 987,226 467,001 1,411,776 4.3 42,451 1,454,227
New York 5,539,978 12,091 100,042 112,133 5,652,111 161,640 5,216 166,856 5,818,967 10,729 5,829,696 1,415,523 7,067,634 1.2 166,856 7,234,490
North Carolina 4,177,747 3,241 97,636 100,877 4,278,624 179,915 2,786 182,701 4,461,325 - 4,461,325 1,101,259 5,379,883 2.3 182,701 5,562,584
North Dakota 320,894 1,184 8,155 9,339 330,233 36,480 166 36,646 366,879 927 367,806 157,055 487,288 (2.9) 36,646 523,934
Ohio 5,035,898 5,445 79,253 84,698 5,120,596 159,386 4,132 163,518 5,284,114 53,389 5,337,503 1,589,020 6,709,616 0.5 163,518 6,873,134
Oklahoma 1,784,727 2,962 31,611 34,573 1,819,300 105,032 1,648 106,680 1,925,980 53,389 1,979,369 638,929 2,458,229 (5.8) 106,680 2,564,909
Oregon 1,469,465 4,592 25,242 29,834 1,499,299 62,126 1,316 63,442 1,562,741 - 1,562,741 524,735 2,024,034 1.3 63,442 2,087,476
Pennsylvania 5,076,089 8,007 71,820 79,827 5,155,916 110,385 3,744 114,129 5,270,045 26,370 5,296,415 1,453,121 6,609,037 2.6 114,129 6,723,166
Rhode Island 367,549 595 7,944 8,539 376,088 9,089 414 9,503 385,591 5,017 390,608 58,288 434,376 (3.0) 9,503 443,879
South Carolina 2,500,012 2,892 27,167 30,059 2,530,071 80,500 1,416 81,916 2,611,987 - 2,611,987 710,120 3,240,191 10.3 81,916 3,322,107
South Dakota 389,796 1,537 9,432 10,969 400,765 39,815 492 40,307 441,072 717 441,789 176,387 577,152 0.8 40,307 617,459
Tennessee 2,953,549 5,785 48,448 54,233 3,007,782 79,030 2,250 81,280 3,089,062 31,202 3,120,264 991,476 3,999,258 0.2 81,280 4,080,538
Texas 11,188,474 13,202 144,337 157,539 11,346,013 324,668 7,525 332,193 11,678,206 31,202 11,709,408 3,479,579 14,825,592 3.0 332,193 15,157,785
Utah 990,288 2,383 19,168 21,551 1,011,839 37,053 999 38,052 1,049,891 10,672 1,060,563 367,644 1,379,483 1.8 38,052 1,417,535
Vermont 337,344 370 5,527 5,897 343,241 12,914 288 13,202 356,443 1,439 357,882 62,222 405,463 (0.9) 13,202 418,665
Virginia 3,849,332 5,269 49,592 54,861 3,904,193 108,545 2,585 111,130 4,015,323 - 4,015,323 1,117,189 5,021,382 2.7 111,130 5,132,512
Washington 2,594,057 6,923 36,246 43,169 2,637,226 89,233 1,890 91,123 2,728,349 8,521 2,736,870 628,696 3,265,922 0.1 91,123 3,357,045
West Virginia 820,270 1,328 16,044 17,372 837,642 22,843 836 23,679 861,321 - 861,321 294,776 1,132,418 4.2 23,679 1,156,097
Wisconsin 2,434,502 2,589 43,256 45,845 2,480,347 109,577 2,255 111,832 2,592,179 26,184 2,618,363 728,606 3,208,953 0.9 111,832 3,320,785
Wyoming 293,622 1,435 6,468 7,903 301,525 46,329 337 46,666 348,191 4,690 352,881 339,489 641,014 6.2 46,666 687,680
Total 134,258,589 207,536 1,989,244 2,196,780 136,455,369 4,626,471 100,102 4,726,573 141,181,942 518,235 141,700,177 37,354,441 173,809,810 2.2 4,726,573 178,536,383
Percentage of Total Use 75.2 0.1 1.1 1.2 76.4 2.6 0.1 2.6 79.1 0.3 79.4 20.9 97.4 0.0 2.6 100.0

1/ This table is one of a series giving an analysis of motor-fuel consumption, based on reports from State motor-fuel tax agencies. Gasohol is included with gasoline. In order to make the data uniform and complete, public use and nonhighway use were estimated by the Federal Highway Administration. These estimates may not be comparable to data for prior years due to revised estimation procedures. The resulting volumes differ in many cases from the unadjusted data reported in table MF-2. For some States, data are not comparable to prior years due to changes in data analysis and/or improvements in reporting procedures. All data are subject to review and revision.

2/ Some States make a flat percentage allowance for losses in storage and handling, and others allow for actual losses not to exceed a specified percentage. Still others permit distributors to claim stock losses in reconciliations of inventories, thus exempting the lost volume from taxation. Losses by destruction, where reported separately, are also included in this column. The maximum allowance used in the analysis to cover losses in storage and handling was 1 percent. Because of accounting methods, losses can be reported as a net gain.


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