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MOTOR-FUEL USE - 2005 1/

OCTOBER 2006 (THOUSANDS OF GALLONS) Table MF-21
STATE COMBINED GASOLINE AND GASOHOL SPECIAL FUEL SUMMARY OF TOTAL USE
HIGHWAY USE NONHIGHWAY USE TOTAL USE LOSSES ALLOWED FOR EVAPORATION, HANDLING, ETC. 2/ TOTAL CONSUMPTION PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY USE HIGHWAY NON- HIGHWAY (GASOLINE ONLY) TOTAL
PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL PUBLIC USE TOTAL PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL STATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL TOTAL AMOUNT PERCENT CHANGE FROM PRIOR YEAR
FEDERAL CIVILIAN STATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL TOTAL
Alabama 2,507,114 3,328 35,555 38,883 2,545,997 81,954 1,854 83,808 2,629,805 1,351 2,631,156 814,696 3,360,693 0.7 83,808 3,444,501
Alaska 258,750 1,986 7,085 9,071 267,821 31,294 369 31,663 299,484 - 299,484 230,835 498,656 1.9 31,663 530,319
Arizona 2,719,306 5,530 32,399 37,929 2,757,235 69,038 1,689 70,727 2,827,962 - 2,827,962 860,537 3,617,772 4.2 70,727 3,688,499
Arkansas 1,340,871 1,685 24,722 26,407 1,367,278 75,718 1,289 77,007 1,444,285 14,643 1,458,928 634,171 2,001,449 0.4 77,007 2,078,456
California 15,391,914 26,156 196,394 222,550 15,614,464 328,841 10,239 339,080 15,953,544 - 15,953,544 3,064,404 18,678,868 1.0 339,080 19,017,948
Colorado 2,039,036 4,716 32,992 37,708 2,076,744 71,136 1,720 72,856 2,149,600 21,713 2,171,313 554,018 2,630,762 1.6 72,856 2,703,618
Connecticut 1,538,648 2,348 25,908 28,256 1,566,904 53,512 1,000 54,512 1,621,416 (6,719) 1,614,697 307,303 1,874,207 (10.0) 54,512 1,928,719
Delaware 421,000 477 5,161 5,638 426,638 19,493 269 19,762 446,400 2,057 448,457 72,646 499,284 4.5 19,762 519,046
Dist. of Col. 116,853 3,188 5,272 8,460 125,313 15,211 275 15,486 140,799 (1) 140,798 28,571 153,884 (5.5) 15,486 169,370
Florida 8,254,202 9,053 102,334 111,387 8,365,589 318,228 4,575 322,803 8,688,392 - 8,688,392 1,729,768 10,095,357 2.7 322,803 10,418,160
Georgia 4,906,093 4,502 55,194 59,696 4,965,789 150,621 2,878 153,499 5,119,288 - 5,119,288 1,696,811 6,662,600 3.8 153,499 6,816,099
Hawaii 439,391 1,032 9,717 10,749 450,140 10,065 507 10,572 460,712 4,643 465,355 46,756 496,896 1.7 10,572 507,468
Idaho 566,631 2,627 12,882 15,509 582,140 39,402 672 40,074 622,214 6,284 628,498 251,556 833,696 (0.2) 40,074 873,770
Illinois 4,960,365 6,429 86,451 92,880 5,053,245 153,798 4,507 158,305 5,211,550 (14,214) 5,197,336 1,502,351 6,555,596 (0.2) 158,305 6,713,901
Indiana 3,081,736 2,664 47,436 50,100 3,131,836 90,321 2,473 92,794 3,224,630 32,572 3,257,202 1,329,939 4,461,775 0.9 92,794 4,554,569
Iowa 1,497,537 1,781 29,194 30,975 1,528,512 114,724 1,522 116,246 1,644,758 2 1,644,760 584,549 2,113,061 (0.2) 116,246 2,229,307
Kansas 1,088,923 1,778 27,090 28,868 1,117,791 67,443 1,412 68,855 1,186,646 11,991 1,198,637 422,908 1,540,699 (9.2) 68,855 1,609,554
Kentucky 2,104,910 2,849 34,032 36,881 2,141,791 111,324 1,774 113,098 2,254,889 2 2,254,891 867,249 3,009,040 (2.4) 113,098 3,122,138
Louisiana 2,199,577 2,920 34,404 37,324 2,236,901 138,823 1,794 140,617 2,377,518 (8,226) 2,369,292 689,064 2,925,965 2.2 140,617 3,066,582
Maine 695,690 748 9,613 10,361 706,051 18,868 501 19,369 725,420 1,373 726,793 186,359 892,410 1.8 19,369 911,779
Maryland 2,599,242 4,404 26,884 31,288 2,630,530 70,546 1,402 71,948 2,702,478 7,578 2,710,056 565,728 3,196,258 1.0 71,948 3,268,206
Massachusetts 2,743,652 4,365 34,237 38,602 2,782,254 64,167 1,785 65,952 2,848,206 - 2,848,206 422,653 3,204,907 (1.4) 65,952 3,270,859
Michigan 4,745,648 5,154 63,929 69,083 4,814,731 181,373 3,333 184,706 4,999,437 - 4,999,437 948,961 5,763,692 (1.3) 184,706 5,948,398
Minnesota 2,551,251 3,111 42,484 45,595 2,596,846 108,411 2,215 110,626 2,707,472 27,349 2,734,821 665,699 3,262,545 (1.4) 110,626 3,373,171
Mississippi 1,553,875 2,248 20,234 22,482 1,576,357 85,570 1,331 86,901 1,663,258 - 1,663,258 606,874 2,183,231 0.2 86,901 2,270,132
Missouri 3,035,046 3,571 45,304 48,875 3,083,921 139,151 2,362 141,513 3,225,434 32,090 3,257,524 1,054,039 4,137,960 (0.7) 141,513 4,279,473
Montana 446,230 4,526 10,191 14,717 460,947 32,468 531 32,999 493,946 - 493,946 246,433 707,380 1.3 32,999 740,379
Nebraska 763,786 1,720 17,775 19,495 783,281 61,399 927 62,326 845,607 - 845,607 407,252 1,190,533 (2.2) 62,326 1,252,859
Nevada 1,085,573 3,471 12,701 16,172 1,101,745 37,793 662 38,455 1,140,200 - 1,140,200 388,933 1,490,678 6.2 38,455 1,529,133
New Hampshire 671,413 762 9,141 9,903 681,316 27,795 477 28,272 709,588 - 709,588 111,356 792,672 (2.2) 28,272 820,944
New Jersey 4,162,667 5,528 48,537 54,065 4,216,732 94,852 2,530 97,382 4,314,114 - 4,314,114 937,891 5,154,623 (0.8) 97,382 5,252,005
New Mexico 906,419 3,906 16,391 20,297 926,716 36,633 855 37,488 964,204 - 964,204 481,766 1,408,482 (0.2) 37,488 1,445,970
New York 5,455,532 12,091 99,339 111,430 5,566,962 178,767 5,179 183,946 5,750,908 4,104 5,755,012 1,436,531 7,003,493 (0.9) 183,946 7,187,439
North Carolina 4,135,970 3,241 84,641 87,882 4,223,852 198,960 2,783 201,743 4,425,595 44,753 4,470,348 1,106,741 5,330,593 (0.9) 201,743 5,532,336
North Dakota 324,859 1,184 8,198 9,382 334,241 32,966 52 33,018 367,259 971 368,230 172,253 506,494 3.9 33,018 539,512
Ohio 4,968,756 5,445 79,259 84,704 5,053,460 156,717 4,132 160,849 5,214,309 52,682 5,266,991 1,616,611 6,670,071 (0.6) 160,849 6,830,920
Oklahoma 1,756,367 2,962 31,608 34,570 1,790,937 96,551 1,648 98,199 1,889,136 52 1,889,188 747,224 2,538,161 3.3 98,199 2,636,360
Oregon 1,480,896 4,592 25,315 29,907 1,510,803 60,758 1,320 62,078 1,572,881 - 1,572,881 538,320 2,049,123 1.2 62,078 2,111,201
Pennsylvania 4,981,189 8,007 71,781 79,788 5,060,977 111,945 3,742 115,687 5,176,664 25,895 5,202,559 1,577,819 6,638,796 0.5 115,687 6,754,483
Rhode Island 3/ 367,549 595 7,944 8,539 376,088 9,089 414 9,503 385,591 5,017 390,608 58,288 434,376 0.0 9,503 443,879
South Carolina 2,364,645 2,892 27,125 30,017 2,394,662 85,792 1,414 87,206 2,481,868 - 2,481,868 696,022 3,090,684 (4.6) 87,206 3,177,890
South Dakota 381,048 1,537 9,474 11,011 392,059 38,044 494 38,538 430,597 1,434 432,031 186,913 578,972 0.3 38,538 617,510
Tennessee 2,977,887 5,785 43,295 49,080 3,026,967 82,389 2,257 84,646 3,111,613 31,430 3,143,043 1,053,439 4,080,406 2.0 84,646 4,165,052
Texas 11,168,628 13,202 144,039 157,241 11,325,869 318,671 7,509 326,180 11,652,049 109 11,652,158 3,673,568 14,999,437 1.2 326,180 15,325,617
Utah 975,106 2,383 19,270 21,653 996,759 38,189 1,005 39,194 1,035,953 10,554 1,046,507 393,790 1,390,549 0.8 39,194 1,429,743
Vermont 333,036 370 5,537 5,907 338,943 13,219 289 13,508 352,451 260 352,711 62,935 401,878 (0.9) 13,508 415,386
Virginia 3,825,036 5,269 49,610 54,879 3,879,915 109,607 2,586 112,193 3,992,108 - 3,992,108 1,093,680 4,973,595 (1.0) 112,193 5,085,788
Washington 2,595,438 6,923 36,375 43,298 2,638,736 96,154 1,896 98,050 2,736,786 8,630 2,745,416 637,457 3,276,193 0.3 98,050 3,374,243
West Virginia 804,184 1,328 16,072 17,400 821,584 25,812 838 26,650 848,234 - 848,234 296,645 1,118,229 (1.3) 26,650 1,144,879
Wisconsin 2,410,070 2,589 43,293 45,882 2,455,952 109,256 2,257 111,513 2,567,465 25,934 2,593,399 704,597 3,160,549 (1.5) 111,513 3,272,062
Wyoming 295,716 1,435 6,549 7,984 303,700 49,790 341 50,131 353,831 3,843 357,674 346,054 649,754 1.4 50,131 699,885
Total 132,995,261 210,393 1,970,367 2,180,760 135,176,021 4,712,648 99,885 4,812,533 139,988,554 350,156 140,338,710 39,110,963 174,286,984 0.3 4,812,533 179,099,517
Percentage of Total Use 74.3 0.1 1.1 1.2 75.5 2.6 0.1 2.7 78.2 0.2 78.4 21.8 97.3 0.0 2.7 100.0

Footnotes

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.

3/ Rhode Island data is for 2004, as data for 2005 was not reported by the State.2004 data compares to 2003 data.


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