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MOTOR-FUEL USE - 2006 1/

OCTOBER 2007(THOUSANDS OF GALLONS)Table MF-21
STATECOMBINED GASOLINE AND GASOHOLSPECIAL 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 2,499,481 2,674 35,835 38,509 2,537,990 86,653 1,844 88,497 2,626,487 562 2,627,049 824,496 3,362,486 0.1 88,497 3,450,983
Alaska 254,031 1,984 6,977 8,961 262,992 29,995 364 30,359 293,351 - 293,351 237,222 500,214 0.3 30,359 530,573
Arizona 2,755,951 2,975 34,313 37,288 2,793,239 75,753 1,789 77,542 2,870,781 - 2,870,781 886,254 3,679,493 1.7 77,542 3,757,035
Arkansas 1,321,505 1,434 24,797 26,231 1,347,736 83,668 1,293 84,961 1,432,697 14,495 1,447,192 651,418 1,999,154 (0.8) 84,961 2,084,115
California 15,291,419 16,646 201,875 218,521 15,509,940 324,222 10,525 334,747 15,844,687 - 15,844,687 3,045,851 18,555,791 (0.7) 334,747 18,890,538
Colorado 2,030,388 2,263 33,532 35,795 2,066,183 74,618 1,748 76,366 2,142,549 21,642 2,164,191 582,166 2,648,349 (0.2) 76,366 2,724,715
Connecticut 1,487,212 1,660 27,911 29,571 1,516,783 45,818 1,018 46,836 1,563,619 3,256 1,566,875 302,684 1,819,467 (3.0) 46,836 1,866,303
Delaware 427,062 445 5,696 6,141 433,203 20,830 272 21,102 454,305 4,580 458,885 70,459 503,662 0.2 21,102 524,764
Dist. of Col. 115,342 3,200 5,362 8,562 123,904 7,774 280 8,054 131,958 5 131,963 19,641 143,545 (6.7) 8,054 151,599
Florida 8,243,734 8,723 116,065 124,788 8,368,522 319,301 4,746 324,047 8,692,569 - 8,692,569 1,794,987 10,163,509 0.7 324,047 10,487,556
Georgia 4,765,792 5,143 56,275 61,418 4,827,210 152,187 2,934 155,121 4,982,331 - 4,982,331 1,567,130 6,394,340 (4.0) 155,121 6,549,461
Hawaii 457,817 491 9,525 10,016 467,833 9,980 497 10,477 478,310 4,826 483,136 53,710 521,543 4.0 10,477 532,020
Idaho 594,408 686 12,761 13,447 607,855 42,919 665 43,584 651,439 6,580 658,019 264,048 871,903 4.0 43,584 915,487
Illinois 4,917,870 5,307 88,129 93,436 5,011,306 165,633 4,595 170,228 5,181,534 8,290 5,189,824 1,535,719 6,547,025 (0.1) 170,228 6,717,253
Indiana 3,047,008 3,237 47,585 50,822 3,097,830 89,210 2,481 91,691 3,189,521 32,237 3,221,758 1,358,806 4,456,636 (0.8) 91,691 4,548,327
Iowa 1,497,698 1,599 29,273 30,872 1,528,570 141,861 1,526 143,387 1,671,957 1,231 1,673,188 605,515 2,134,085 1.0 143,387 2,277,472
Kansas 1,213,253 1,188 27,035 28,223 1,241,476 73,330 1,409 74,739 1,316,215 13,307 1,329,522 434,744 1,676,220 (1.5) 74,739 1,750,959
Kentucky 2,073,364 2,254 34,189 36,443 2,109,807 117,127 1,782 118,909 2,228,716 8 2,228,724 888,901 2,998,708 (0.3) 118,909 3,117,617
Louisiana 2,490,018 2,352 34,376 36,728 2,526,746 96,120 1,792 97,912 2,624,658 (3,634) 2,621,024 784,876 3,311,622 13.2 97,912 3,409,534
Maine 672,160 736 9,668 10,404 682,564 21,393 504 21,897 704,461 2 704,463 188,426 870,990 (2.4) 21,897 892,887
Maryland 2,612,526 2,804 27,041 29,845 2,642,371 73,320 1,410 74,730 2,717,101 53,853 2,770,954 562,925 3,205,296 0.3 74,730 3,280,026
Massachusetts 2,726,392 2,954 34,415 37,369 2,763,761 61,108 1,794 62,902 2,826,663 - 2,826,663 396,090 3,159,851 (1.4) 62,902 3,222,753
Michigan 4,628,632 5,018 64,831 69,849 4,698,481 178,013 3,380 181,393 4,879,874 - 4,879,874 932,524 5,631,005 (2.3) 181,393 5,812,398
Minnesota 2,457,634 3,690 42,912 46,602 2,504,236 158,282 2,237 160,519 2,664,755 26,917 2,691,672 675,627 3,179,863 (2.4) 160,519 3,340,382
Mississippi 1,536,407 1,665 35,623 37,288 1,573,695 86,195 1,333 87,528 1,661,223 16,780 1,678,003 643,310 2,217,005 1.5 87,528 2,304,533
Missouri 3,008,919 3,225 45,530 48,755 3,057,674 129,260 2,374 131,634 3,189,308 31,851 3,221,159 1,077,474 4,135,148 (0.8) 131,634 4,266,782
Montana 450,120 563 10,020 10,583 460,703 37,118 522 37,640 498,343 - 498,343 259,569 720,272 1.8 37,640 757,912
Nebraska 751,368 851 17,768 18,619 769,987 65,770 926 66,696 836,683 - 836,683 412,295 1,182,282 (0.7) 66,696 1,248,978
Nevada 1,119,495 1,239 13,298 14,537 1,134,032 38,352 693 39,045 1,173,077 - 1,173,077 399,257 1,533,289 4.8 39,045 1,572,334
New Hampshire 675,882 711 9,192 9,903 685,785 31,486 479 31,965 717,750 - 717,750 102,060 787,845 (0.6) 31,965 819,810
New Jersey 4,137,426 4,435 42,291 46,726 4,184,152 94,494 2,570 97,064 4,281,216 - 4,281,216 968,042 5,152,194 (0.0) 97,064 5,249,258
New Mexico 911,579 1,081 16,150 17,231 928,810 36,557 842 37,399 966,209 - 966,209 520,578 1,449,388 2.9 37,399 1,486,787
New York 5,494,613 6,044 101,669 107,713 5,602,326 174,845 5,301 180,146 5,782,472 2,080 5,784,552 1,374,167 6,976,493 (0.4) 180,146 7,156,639
North Carolina 4,102,692 4,352 103,910 108,262 4,210,954 186,509 2,826 189,335 4,400,289 42,778 4,443,067 1,123,274 5,334,228 (0.8) 189,335 5,523,563
North Dakota 307,616 1,184 8,077 9,261 316,877 34,074 421 34,495 351,372 936 352,308 170,425 487,302 (2.9) 34,495 521,797
Ohio 4,885,123 5,268 79,365 84,633 4,969,756 178,114 4,138 182,252 5,152,008 52,060 5,204,068 1,602,008 6,571,764 (2.2) 182,252 6,754,016
Oklahoma 1,674,848 1,908 31,796 33,704 1,708,552 106,678 1,658 108,336 1,816,888 52,060 1,868,948 780,905 2,489,457 (1.9) 108,336 2,597,793
Oregon 1,482,710 1,692 25,382 27,074 1,509,784 66,639 1,323 67,962 1,577,746 - 1,577,746 546,936 2,056,720 0.4 67,962 2,124,682
Pennsylvania 4,868,731 5,377 72,108 77,485 4,946,216 127,515 3,759 131,274 5,077,490 25,438 5,102,928 1,603,146 6,549,362 (1.8) 131,274 6,680,636
Rhode Island 388,255 400 8,052 8,452 396,707 10,861 420 11,281 407,988 10,408 418,396 57,676 454,383 (1.5) 11,281 465,664
South Carolina 2,436,158 2,509 27,501 30,010 2,466,168 88,816 1,434 90,250 2,556,418 - 2,556,418 707,354 3,173,522 2.7 90,250 3,263,772
South Dakota 372,465 1,275 9,386 10,661 383,126 40,882 489 41,371 424,497 4,288 428,785 191,906 575,032 (0.8) 41,371 616,403
Tennessee 2,961,629 3,255 43,288 46,543 3,008,172 87,090 2,257 89,347 3,097,519 31,288 3,128,807 1,040,979 4,049,151 (1.5) 89,347 4,138,498
Texas 11,313,391 11,847 148,218 160,065 11,473,456 329,017 7,727 336,744 11,810,200 31,288 11,841,488 4,053,917 15,527,373 3.6 336,744 15,864,117
Utah 990,004 1,091 19,459 20,550 1,010,554 39,262 1,014 40,276 1,050,830 10,702 1,061,532 503,317 1,513,871 8.0 40,276 1,554,147
Vermont 327,933 354 5,515 5,869 333,802 13,818 288 14,106 347,908 328 348,236 66,400 400,202 (0.4) 14,106 414,308
Virginia 3,849,969 4,088 50,040 54,128 3,904,097 104,538 2,609 107,147 4,011,244 - 4,011,244 1,104,316 5,008,413 0.4 107,147 5,115,560
Washington 2,587,170 2,912 36,436 39,348 2,626,518 94,291 1,900 96,191 2,722,709 8,067 2,730,776 704,820 3,331,338 1.1 96,191 3,427,529
West Virginia 798,493 874 16,015 16,889 815,382 24,929 835 25,764 841,146 - 841,146 295,008 1,110,390 (0.9) 25,764 1,136,154
Wisconsin 2,338,751 2,558 43,464 46,022 2,384,773 115,674 2,266 117,940 2,502,713 25,280 2,527,993 760,507 3,145,280 (1.3) 117,940 3,263,220
Wyoming 296,866 360 6,343 6,703 303,569 53,022 331 53,353 356,922 3,594 360,516 360,312 663,881 0.7 53,353 717,234
Total 132,649,310 150,581 2,036,274 2,186,855 134,836,165 4,844,921 101,620 4,946,541 139,782,706 537,383 140,320,089 40,094,177 174,930,342 0.1 4,946,541 179,876,883
Percentage of Total Use 73.7 0.1 1.1 1.2 75.0 2.7 0.1 2.7 77.7 0.3 78.0 22.3 97.3 0.0 2.7 100.0

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 one percent. Because of accounting methods, losses can be reported as a net gain.


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