Table 7-4: Motor -Fuel Use: 2010

Table 7-4: Motor -Fuel Use: 2010

(Millions of gallons)

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State Gasoline Highway use Gasoline Nonhighway use Special fuel (mainly diesel) Private and commercial Total use
Private and commercial Public use Private and commercial Public use Private and commercial Public use Combined total Per Capita
Alabama 2,537 38 76 2 746 3,359 40 3,399 710
Alaska 263 7 25 <0.5 212 499 8 507 710
Arizona 2,533 39 79 2 776 3,387 41 3,428 535
Arkansas 1,366 27 57 1 619 2,043 28 2,071 709
California 14,384 224 272 11 2,733 17,389 235 17,623 472
Colorado 2,042 36 43 2 538 2,623 38 2,661 527
Connecticut 1,441 21 36 1 270 1,748 22 1,770 495
Delaware 418 8 21 <0.5 61 500 8 508 565
District of Columbia 92 9 13 <0.5 22 126 10 136 225
Florida 7,682 130 426 5 1,356 9,463 135 9,598 509
Georgia 4,710 62 109 3 1,266 6,085 65 6,150 633
Hawaii 389 10 16 1 52 458 11 468 344
Idaho 634 14 38 1 257 929 14 944 601
Illinois 4,675 94 120 5 1,404 6,199 98 6,298 490
Indiana 2,887 51 157 2 1,218 4,263 53 4,317 665
Iowa 1,514 31 165 2 644 2,324 33 2,357 773
Kansas 1,135 29 51 1 477 1,663 30 1,693 592
Kentucky 2,128 37 55 2 786 2,969 38 3,007 692
Louisiana 2,169 37 72 2 739 2,979 39 3,018 664
Maine 648 10 18 1 186 853 11 863 650
Maryland 2,580 30 67 1 541 3,188 32 3,220 557
Massachusetts 2,698 38 54 2 398 3,151 40 3,190 487
Michigan 4,338 70 135 3 822 5,295 74 5,368 544
Minnesota 2,394 46 115 2 626 3,135 49 3,183 599
Mississippi 1,570 27 38 1 563 2,171 29 2,200 741
Missouri 3,059 49 76 2 986 4,121 52 4,172 696
Montana 465 11 24 1 246 735 11 747 753
Nebraska 806 19 31 1 428 1,265 20 1,285 702
Nevada 1,051 15 29 1 309 1,389 16 1,404 519
New Hampshire 689 10 19 <0.5 94 802 11 812 617
New Jersey 4,049 54 85 3 795 4,928 57 4,985 567
New Mexico 866 17 28 1 474 1,368 18 1,386 671
New York 5,528 108 144 5 1,359 7,030 113 7,144 368
North Carolina 4,216 99 137 3 992 5,344 102 5,446 570
North Dakota 354 8 26 <0.5 239 618 9 627 930
Ohio 4,814 85 118 4 1,452 6,384 89 6,473 561
Oklahoma 1,805 34 85 2 742 2,633 35 2,668 710
Oregon 1,455 27 52 1 518 2,025 29 2,054 535
Pennsylvania 4,964 78 70 4 1,406 6,441 82 6,522 513
Rhode Island 372 9 12 <0.5 63 447 9 456 433
South Carolina 2,530 31 82 1 731 3,343 32 3,375 728
South Dakota 400 10 23 <0.5 214 637 10 648 793
Tennessee 3,022 56 101 2 892 4,016 59 4,074 641
Texas 11,864 166 268 8 3,912 16,045 174 16,219 642
Utah 973 21 35 1 413 1,420 22 1,442 520
Vermont 316 6 7 <0.5 59 383 6 389 621
Virginia 3,914 55 71 3 1,001 4,986 58 5,043 629
Washington 2,524 72 81 2 628 3,234 74 3,308 491
West Virginia 822 17 18 1 291 1,131 18 1,149 620
Wisconsin 2,431 47 78 2 715 3,224 49 3,273 575
Wyoming 309 7 41 <0.5 348 699 7 706 1,250
United States 130,824 2,236 4,003 103 36,619 171,446 2,339 173,785 562

1Based on reports from state Motor -fuel tax agencies. Gasohol is included with gasoline. Public use and nonhighway use were estimated by the Federal Highway Administration. Estimates may not be comparable to data for prior years due to revised estimation procedures.

NOTES: The term Motor fuel applies to gasoline and all other fuels, including special fuels, coming under the purview of the state Motor -fuel tax laws. Special fuels include diesel fuel and , to the extent they can be quantified, liquefied petroleum gases such as propane. Gasohol, a blend of gasoline and fuel alcohol, is included with gasoline.

SOURCE: Motor -fuel use: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Highway Statistics 2010 , MF-21, available at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/policyinformation/statistics.cfm as of May 3, 2012. Population: U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, Population Estimates Vintage 2011, available at http://www.census.gov/popest/index.html as of May 3, 2012.