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Motor-Fuel Use - 2013 (1)

November 2014
Table MF-21

(Thousands of Gallons)

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 2,480,618 2,777 36,358 39,135 2,519,753 49,401 1,913 51,314 2,571,067 - 2,571,067 736,632 3,256,385 0.1 51,314 3,307,699
Alaska 244,057 416 7,219 7,635 251,692 26,562 376 26,938 278,630 - 278,630 133,340 385,032 (9.1) 26,938 411,970
Arizona 2,539,158 3,155 36,120 39,275 2,578,433 65,793 1,896 67,689 2,646,122 - 2,646,122 716,898 3,295,331 (0.8) 67,689 3,363,020
Arkansas 1,315,134 1,504 25,466 26,970 1,342,104 52,890 1,354 54,244 1,396,348 14,111 1,410,459 598,371 1,940,475 (1.7) 54,244 1,994,719
California 13,976,643 16,341 208,955 225,296 14,201,939 340,389 10,977 351,366 14,553,305 - 14,553,305 2,859,342 17,061,281 0.5 351,366 17,412,647
Colorado 2,058,191 2,434 35,135 37,569 2,095,760 45,529 1,873 47,402 2,143,162 21,648 2,164,810 565,577 2,661,337 1.4 47,402 2,708,739
Connecticut 1,377,258 1,556 19,856 21,412 1,398,670 37,591 1,042 38,633 1,437,303 1,322 1,438,625 269,903 1,668,573 (1.0) 38,633 1,707,206
Delaware 401,407 450 6,487 6,937 408,344 22,407 278 22,685 431,029 3,099 434,128 61,172 469,516 0.6 22,685 492,201
Dist. of Col. 88,442 520 5,708 6,228 94,670 2,001 308 2,309 96,979 18 96,997 16,360 111,030 0.1 2,309 113,339
Florida 7,850,982 8,841 94,865 103,706 7,954,688 286,009 5,138 291,147 8,245,835 - 8,245,835 1,415,621 9,370,309 1.4 291,147 9,661,456
Georgia 4,673,752 5,165 58,049 63,214 4,736,966 87,071 3,047 90,118 4,827,084 - 4,827,084 1,248,710 5,985,676 4.3 90,118 6,075,794
Hawaii 427,118 611 9,912 10,523 437,641 9,448 525 9,973 447,614 4,515 452,129 53,331 490,972 0.8 9,973 500,945
Idaho 652,502 832 13,267 14,099 666,601 35,857 705 36,562 703,163 7,103 710,266 263,379 929,980 1.2 36,562 966,542
Illinois 4,409,973 5,038 89,363 94,401 4,504,374 119,303 4,698 124,001 4,628,375 11,607 4,639,982 1,489,724 5,994,098 0.8 124,001 6,118,099
Indiana 2,854,409 3,130 48,735 51,865 2,906,274 99,816 2,589 102,405 3,008,679 30,410 3,039,089 1,239,805 4,146,079 (0.2) 102,405 4,248,484
Iowa 1,464,269 1,596 29,882 31,478 1,495,747 146,094 1,587 147,681 1,643,428 - 1,643,428 664,836 2,160,583 1.3 147,681 2,308,264
Kansas 1,224,880 1,360 27,751 29,111 1,253,991 29,354 1,477 30,831 1,284,822 12,997 1,297,819 487,991 1,741,982 0.8 30,831 1,772,813
Kentucky 2,036,933 2,320 34,939 37,259 2,074,192 47,116 1,837 48,953 2,123,145 7 2,123,152 741,938 2,816,130 (1.7) 48,953 2,865,083
Louisiana 2,154,305 2,391 34,869 37,260 2,191,565 85,566 1,856 87,422 2,278,987 23,020 2,302,007 680,070 2,871,635 1.7 87,422 2,959,057
Maine 705,426 703 9,775 10,478 715,904 20,403 515 20,918 736,822 2,851 739,673 201,273 917,177 11.5 20,918 938,095
Maryland 2,713,893 3,161 27,575 30,736 2,744,629 56,421 1,446 57,867 2,802,496 12,579 2,815,075 487,783 3,232,412 2.1 57,867 3,290,279
Massachusetts 2,644,056 3,010 35,136 38,146 2,682,202 58,214 1,848 60,062 2,742,264 - 2,742,264 503,686 3,185,888 1.1 60,062 3,245,950
Michigan 4,386,346 4,735 64,835 69,570 4,455,916 121,555 3,393 124,948 4,580,864 - 4,580,864 910,769 5,366,685 3.4 124,948 5,491,633
Minnesota 2,342,716 2,646 44,073 46,719 2,389,435 128,073 2,337 130,410 2,519,845 25,457 2,545,302 662,062 3,051,497 (2.2) 130,410 3,181,907
Mississippi 1,537,239 1,789 25,968 27,757 1,564,996 44,896 1,384 46,280 1,611,276 16,276 1,627,552 550,896 2,115,892 (2.8) 46,280 2,162,172
Missouri 2,943,381 3,337 46,594 49,931 2,993,312 52,396 2,480 54,876 3,048,188 30,265 3,078,453 959,962 3,953,274 (0.7) 54,876 4,008,150
Montana 481,077 651 10,275 10,926 492,003 18,751 542 19,293 511,296 - 511,296 264,682 756,685 0.9 19,293 775,978
Nebraska 801,482 918 18,193 19,111 820,593 31,071 958 32,029 852,622 - 852,622 429,748 1,250,341 1.9 32,029 1,282,370
Nevada 1,060,480 1,274 13,962 15,236 1,075,716 20,465 732 21,197 1,096,913 - 1,096,913 317,521 1,393,237 2.1 21,197 1,414,434
New Hampshire 674,824 740 9,297 10,037 684,861 18,837 488 19,325 704,186 1 704,187 92,287 777,148 0.4 19,325 796,473
New Jersey 3,828,849 4,376 50,015 54,391 3,883,240 80,142 2,625 82,767 3,966,007 - 3,966,007 789,819 4,673,059 (2.2) 82,767 4,755,826
New Mexico 900,949 1,327 16,735 18,062 919,011 21,363 878 22,241 941,252 - 941,252 506,568 1,425,579 (1.9) 22,241 1,447,820
New York 5,079,422 6,035 103,166 109,201 5,188,623 155,401 5,420 160,821 5,349,444 9,432 5,358,876 1,351,193 6,539,816 (1.5) 160,821 6,700,637
North Carolina 4,116,693 4,536 56,603 61,139 4,177,832 128,038 3,019 131,057 4,308,889 39,872 4,348,761 983,484 5,161,316 1.9 131,057 5,292,373
North Dakota 423,792 509 8,303 8,812 432,604 17,116 439 17,555 450,159 1,043 451,202 394,677 827,281 3.7 17,555 844,836
Ohio 4,729,704 5,255 80,436 85,691 4,815,395 114,884 4,272 119,156 4,934,551 49,586 4,984,137 1,503,718 6,319,113 0.5 119,156 6,438,269
Oklahoma 1,763,231 2,070 32,920 34,990 1,798,221 70,667 1,731 72,398 1,870,619 9 1,870,628 871,121 2,669,342 (0.3) 72,398 2,741,740
Oregon 1,391,746 1,682 26,195 27,877 1,419,623 53,941 1,383 55,324 1,474,947 - 1,474,947 522,774 1,942,397 0.3 55,324 1,997,721
Pennsylvania 4,789,058 5,412 73,507 78,919 4,867,977 122,246 3,854 126,100 4,994,077 24,994 5,019,071 1,548,170 6,416,147 (0.2) 126,100 6,542,247
Rhode Island 343,784 410 8,071 8,481 352,265 9,505 423 9,928 362,193 6,499 368,692 59,817 412,082 0.0 9,928 422,010
South Carolina 2,569,621 2,822 24,487 27,309 2,596,930 66,355 1,490 67,845 2,664,775 - 2,664,775 768,986 3,365,916 4.0 67,845 3,433,761
South Dakota 414,816 534 9,614 10,148 424,964 17,824 515 18,339 443,303 9,155 452,458 218,075 643,039 (3.6) 18,339 661,378
Tennessee 3,026,353 3,434 44,777 48,211 3,074,564 63,881 2,383 66,264 3,140,828 31,726 3,172,554 885,570 3,960,134 0.1 66,264 4,026,398
Texas 12,151,135 13,557 158,303 171,860 12,322,995 343,364 8,344 351,708 12,674,703 - 12,674,703 4,741,110 17,064,105 2.9 351,708 17,415,813
Utah 1,035,630 1,243 20,787 22,030 1,057,660 26,682 1,104 27,786 1,085,446 11,076 1,096,522 478,575 1,536,235 1.7 27,786 1,564,021
Vermont 303,417 334 5,576 5,910 309,327 7,342 294 7,636 316,963 1,441 318,404 59,999 369,326 0.6 7,636 376,962
Virginia 3,765,086 4,664 51,472 56,136 3,821,222 73,386 2,700 76,086 3,897,308 - 3,897,308 1,004,678 4,825,900 (0.8) 76,086 4,901,986
Washington 2,583,630 3,114 37,913 41,027 2,624,657 86,581 1,994 88,575 2,713,232 27,359 2,740,591 656,084 3,280,741 2.5 88,575 3,369,316
West Virginia 757,434 1,000 16,243 17,243 774,677 13,767 854 14,621 789,298 - 789,298 287,130 1,061,807 (2.6) 14,621 1,076,428
Wisconsin 2,322,510 2,522 44,447 46,969 2,369,479 74,872 2,361 77,233 2,446,712 24,714 2,471,426 728,305 3,097,784 (2.0) 77,233 3,175,017
Wyoming 327,356 430 6,628 7,058 334,414 29,717 361 30,078 364,492 - 364,492 368,783 703,197 0.8 30,078 733,275
Total 126,664,549 148,667 2,004,817 2,153,484 131,298,651 3,736,353 106,043 3,842,396 135,141,047 454,192 135,595,239 38,352,305 169,650,956 0.7 3,842,396 173,493,352
Percentage of Total Use 73.0 0.1 1.2 1.2 75.7 2.2 0.1 2.2 77.9 0.3 78.2 22.1 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.

 

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