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ESTIMATED USE OF GASOHOL - 2004 1/

APRIL 2006 (THOUSANDS OF GALLONS) Table MF-33E
STATE
TOTAL
ETHANOL USED
IN GASOHOL 2/
GASOHOL
10-PERCENT
GASOHOL 3/
LESS THAN 10-PERCENT
GASOHOL 4/
TOTAL
Alabama 31,384 313,837 - 313,837
Alaska 5,494 - 63,662 63,662
Arizona 13,251 114,210 21,205 135,415
Arkansas - - - -
California 899,426 - 15,779,408 15,779,408
Colorado 84,014 840,135 - 840,135
Connecticut 159,063 1,590,629 - 1,590,629
Delaware - - - -
Dist. of Col. - - - -
Florida 55 552 - 552
Georgia - - - -
Hawaii - - - -
Idaho - - - -
Illinois 421,305 4,199,480 15,727 4,215,207
Indiana 140,247 1,279,019 201,367 1,480,385
Iowa 116,731 1,167,313 - 1,167,313
Kansas 4,330 43,295 - 43,295
Kentucky 53,111 514,627 23,379 538,005
Louisiana 50,090 500,903 - 500,903
Maine - - - -
Maryland 303 3,033 - 3,033
Massachusetts 8,658 52,022 47,742 99,764
Michigan 165,864 1,658,637 - 1,658,637
Minnesota 276,693 2,766,931 - 2,766,931
Mississippi - - - -
Missouri 99,589 690,254 529,924 1,220,178
Montana 1,631 - 18,898 18,898
Nebraska 37,198 371,983 - 371,983
Nevada 45,707 398,180 68,241 466,421
New Hampshire - - - -
New Jersey 6,227 49,372 22,631 72,003
New Mexico 6,930 - 80,300 80,300
New York 303,526 3,035,256 - 3,035,256
North Carolina 97,380 973,804 - 973,804
North Dakota 10,502 105,022 - 105,022
Ohio 191,630 1,916,299 - 1,916,299
Oklahoma - - - -
Oregon 28,927 - 335,176 335,176
Pennsylvania 92,838 603,485 569,989 1,173,474
Rhode Island 8,560 85,597 - 85,597
South Carolina - - - -
South Dakota 23,900 239,001 - 239,001
Tennessee - - - -
Texas 28,734 - 332,940 332,940
Utah 1,607 - 18,615 18,615
Vermont - - - -
Virginia 88,858 888,585 - 888,585
Washington 23,513 235,134 - 235,134
West Virginia 19,065 190,645 - 190,645
Wisconsin 108,564 1,085,639 - 1,085,639
Wyoming - - - -
Total 3,654,905 25,912,878 18,129,204 44,042,081

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/ For most States, the figures shown for 10-percent blends are State data.

4/ 7.7-percent gasohol is generally used to meet the requirements for oxygenated fuel to reduce winter carbon monoxide emissions.


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