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Motor-Fuel Use - 2011 (1)

Revised June 2013
Table MF-21

(Thousands of Gallons)

STATE COMBINED GASOLINE AND GASOHOL SPECIAL FUEL SUMMARY OF TOTAL USE
HIGHWAY USE NONHIGHWAY USE TOTAL USE LOSSES ACTUAL (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 2,499,967 2,790 35,939 38,729 2,538,696 52,446 1,877 54,323 2,593,019 4,772 2,597,791 748,449 3,287,145 (1.6) 54,323 3,341,468
Alaska 252,253 416 7,152 7,568 259,821 29,542 373 29,915 289,736 - 289,736 142,359 402,180 (15.7) 29,915 432,095
Arizona 2,524,560 3,178 35,767 38,945 2,563,505 63,448 1,865 65,313 2,628,818 - 2,628,818 780,407 3,343,912 (0.5) 65,313 3,409,225
Arkansas 1,345,482 1,501 25,200 26,701 1,372,183 51,864 1,314 53,178 1,425,361 20 1,425,381 603,305 1,975,488 (2.6) 53,178 2,028,666
California 14,052,716 16,427 206,912 223,339 14,276,055 328,746 10,787 339,533 14,615,588 - 14,615,588 2,766,945 17,043,000 (1.4) 339,533 17,382,533
Colorado 2,042,094 2,429 34,764 37,193 2,079,287 47,288 1,812 49,100 2,128,387 15 2,128,402 542,783 2,622,070 (0.4) 49,100 2,671,170
Connecticut 1,410,958 1,585 19,663 21,248 1,432,206 40,011 1,025 41,036 1,473,242 (5,289) 1,467,953 275,814 1,708,020 (1.3) 41,036 1,749,056
Delaware 403,885 456 5,293 5,749 409,634 25,413 276 25,689 435,323 3,073 438,396 61,119 470,753 (3.2) 25,689 496,442
Dist. of Col. 98,907 525 5,644 6,169 105,076 2,025 294 2,319 107,395 6 107,401 18,007 123,083 (1.2) 2,319 125,402
Florida 7,732,109 8,820 93,777 102,597 7,834,706 309,414 4,889 314,303 8,149,009 - 8,149,009 1,349,344 9,184,050 (0.7) 314,303 9,498,353
Georgia 4,568,206 5,216 57,485 62,701 4,630,907 88,076 2,997 91,073 4,721,980 - 4,721,980 1,191,556 5,822,463 (4.0) 91,073 5,913,536
Hawaii 450,868 652 9,811 10,463 461,331 10,094 512 10,606 471,937 - 471,937 48,796 510,127 10.4 10,606 520,733
Idaho 629,227 813 13,130 13,943 643,170 35,197 685 35,882 679,052 - 679,052 256,599 899,769 (1.6) 35,882 935,651
Illinois 4,490,988 5,125 88,486 93,611 4,584,599 124,919 4,613 129,532 4,714,131 2,902 4,717,033 1,489,532 6,074,131 (1.5) 129,532 6,203,663
Indiana 2,879,319 3,154 48,229 51,383 2,930,702 104,627 2,514 107,141 3,037,843 - 3,037,843 1,237,700 4,168,402 (2.2) 107,141 4,275,543
Iowa 1,538,980 1,681 29,572 31,253 1,570,233 147,389 1,542 148,931 1,719,164 - 1,719,164 653,592 2,223,825 1.6 148,931 2,372,756
Kansas 1,233,203 1,407 27,460 28,867 1,262,070 33,602 1,432 35,034 1,297,104 8 1,297,112 468,474 1,730,544 (2.4) 35,034 1,765,578
Kentucky 2,077,253 2,346 34,596 36,942 2,114,195 50,300 1,804 52,104 2,166,299 10 2,166,309 773,104 2,887,299 (2.3) 52,104 2,939,403
Louisiana 2,192,586 2,462 24,503 26,965 2,219,551 84,039 1,799 85,838 2,305,389 - 2,305,389 756,451 2,976,002 0.7 85,838 3,061,840
Maine 643,604 728 9,678 10,406 654,010 20,561 505 21,066 675,076 2,915 677,991 190,108 844,118 0.4 21,066 865,184
Maryland 2,572,299 3,135 27,308 30,443 2,602,742 57,572 1,424 58,996 2,661,738 7,039 2,668,777 507,018 3,109,760 (1.2) 58,996 3,168,756
Massachusetts 2,687,356 3,031 34,791 37,822 2,725,178 61,784 1,814 63,598 2,788,776 - 2,788,776 414,607 3,139,785 0.2 63,598 3,203,383
Michigan 4,289,876 4,762 64,214 68,976 4,358,852 129,247 3,349 132,596 4,491,448 - 4,491,448 822,931 5,181,783 (1.3) 132,596 5,314,379
Minnesota 2,314,165 2,555 43,620 46,175 2,360,340 126,770 2,274 129,044 2,489,384 - 2,489,384 657,755 3,018,095 (2.2) 129,044 3,147,139
Mississippi 1,527,391 1,740 25,694 27,434 1,554,825 41,156 1,340 42,496 1,597,321 - 1,597,321 553,167 2,107,992 (2.9) 42,496 2,150,488
Missouri 2,998,548 3,329 46,105 49,434 3,047,982 70,676 2,404 73,080 3,121,062 - 3,121,062 980,843 4,028,825 (2.4) 73,080 4,101,905
Montana 466,710 648 10,172 10,820 477,530 16,762 530 17,292 494,822 - 494,822 254,254 731,784 0.7 17,292 749,076
Nebraska 778,411 904 18,013 18,917 797,328 35,545 939 36,484 833,812 - 833,812 424,670 1,221,998 (1.9) 36,484 1,258,482
Nevada 1,047,029 1,273 13,827 15,100 1,062,129 21,422 721 22,143 1,084,272 - 1,084,272 297,765 1,359,894 (1.6) 22,143 1,382,037
New Hampshire 675,873 738 9,206 9,944 685,817 19,437 480 19,917 705,734 7 705,741 92,714 778,531 (1.8) 19,917 798,448
New Jersey 4,006,429 4,530 49,529 54,059 4,060,488 85,968 2,582 88,550 4,149,038 - 4,149,038 800,447 4,860,935 (0.7) 88,550 4,949,485
New Mexico 911,842 1,330 16,572 17,902 929,744 21,530 864 22,394 952,138 - 952,138 513,615 1,443,359 5.9 22,394 1,465,753
New York 5,281,153 6,169 102,157 108,326 5,389,479 130,743 5,326 136,069 5,525,548 18,624 5,544,172 1,350,322 6,739,801 (3.4) 136,069 6,875,870
North Carolina 4,181,223 4,644 56,002 60,646 4,241,869 131,863 2,920 134,783 4,376,652 - 4,376,652 997,771 5,239,640 (1.8) 134,783 5,374,423
North Dakota 386,132 499 8,219 8,718 394,850 16,239 428 16,667 411,517 - 411,517 320,062 714,912 17.2 16,667 731,579
Ohio 4,769,895 5,264 79,602 84,866 4,854,761 120,296 4,150 124,446 4,979,207 8 4,979,215 1,472,441 6,327,202 (1.2) 124,446 6,451,648
Oklahoma 1,721,266 1,990 32,597 34,587 1,755,853 67,182 1,699 68,881 1,824,734 48 1,824,782 790,149 2,546,002 (3.3) 68,881 2,614,883
Oregon 1,408,141 1,685 25,932 27,617 1,435,758 52,413 1,352 53,765 1,489,523 - 1,489,523 519,214 1,954,972 (2.3) 53,765 2,008,737
Pennsylvania 4,895,126 5,505 72,797 78,302 4,973,428 119,877 3,795 123,672 5,097,100 - 5,097,100 1,541,545 6,514,973 (0.1) 123,672 6,638,645
Rhode Island 355,639 425 7,993 8,418 364,057 10,191 417 10,608 374,665 1,451 376,116 61,909 425,966 (4.5) 10,608 436,574
South Carolina 2,490,083 2,781 28,215 30,996 2,521,079 72,438 1,471 73,909 2,594,988 - 2,594,988 727,235 3,248,314 0.4 73,909 3,322,223
South Dakota 420,233 521 9,510 10,031 430,264 17,811 496 18,307 448,571 - 448,571 208,166 638,430 0.7 18,307 656,737
Tennessee 3,079,299 3,465 44,307 47,772 3,127,071 64,397 2,310 66,707 3,193,778 - 3,193,778 895,240 4,022,311 (0.4) 66,707 4,089,018
Texas 11,751,550 13,357 156,726 170,083 11,921,633 315,157 8,171 323,328 12,244,961 - 12,244,961 4,208,400 16,130,033 1.3 323,328 16,453,361
Utah 1,032,024 1,261 20,571 21,832 1,053,856 26,345 1,072 27,417 1,081,273 - 1,081,273 485,580 1,539,436 8.0 27,417 1,566,853
Vermont 307,520 351 5,520 5,871 313,391 7,750 288 8,038 321,429 1,325 322,754 58,774 372,165 (2.2) 8,038 380,203
Virginia 3,690,054 4,579 50,973 55,552 3,745,606 75,067 2,657 77,724 3,823,330 - 3,823,330 946,661 4,692,267 (5.5) 77,724 4,769,991
Washington 2,550,117 3,132 37,539 40,671 2,590,788 82,590 1,957 84,547 2,675,335 22,197 2,697,532 619,106 3,209,894 (0.4) 84,547 3,294,441
West Virginia 791,956 923 16,083 17,006 808,962 14,329 839 15,168 824,130 - 824,130 283,645 1,092,607 (3.5) 15,168 1,107,775
Wisconsin 2,385,203 2,615 43,986 46,601 2,431,804 78,544 2,293 80,837 2,512,641 - 2,512,641 695,491 3,127,295 (2.9) 80,837 3,208,132
Wyoming 308,043 414 6,549 6,963 315,006 27,217 341 27,558 342,564 - 342,564 321,933 636,939 (6.4) 27,558 664,497
Total 129,147,751 149,266 1,977,390 2,126,656 131,274,407 3,767,319 103,618 3,870,937 135,145,344 59,131 135,204,475 37,177,874 168,452,281 (1.1) 3,870,937 172,323,218
Percentage of Total Use 74.9 0.1 1.1 1.2 76.2 2.2 0.1 2.2 78.4 0.0 78.5 21.6 97.8   2.2 100.0

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.