TABLE G-2 Sales Price of Transportation Fuel to End-Users: 1995-2005

TABLE G-2 Sales Price of Transportation Fuel to End-Users: 1995-2005

Cents/gallon (Current dollars)

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  Aviation fuel (excluding taxes) Highway fuel (including taxes) Railroad fuel
Aviation gasoline Jet fuel kerosene Gasoline, premium Gasoline, regular Gasoline, all types Diesel no. 2(excluding taxes) Diesel
1995 100.5 54.0 133.6 114.7 120.5 56.0 60.0
1996 111.6 65.1 141.3 123.1 128.8 68.1 67.7
1997 112.8 61.3 141.6 123.4 129.1 64.2 67.8
1998 97.5 45.2 125.0 105.9 111.5 49.4 57.0
1999 105.9 54.3 135.7 116.5 122.1 58.4 55.5
2000 130.6 89.9 169.3 151.0 156.3 93.5 87.5
2001 132.3 77.5 165.7 146.1 153.1 84.2 85.5
2002 128.8 72.1 155.6 135.8 144.1 76.2 73.3
2003 149.3 87.2 177.7 159.1 163.8 94.4 89.3
2004 181.9 120.7 206.8 188.0 192.3 124.3 107.0
2005 224.6 173.6 249.1 229.5 233.8 177.6 151.4

NOTES: All costs are yearly average. Aviation gasoline, jet fuel kerosene and diesel no.2 include sales to end-users (those sales made directly to the ultimate consumer, including bulk customers in agriculture, industry, and utility). Gasoline, premium and regular are average retail price.

SOURCE: All data except railroad fuel-U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, Monthly Energy Review (Washington, DC: March 2006), tables 9.4 and 9.7. Railroad fuel-Association of American Railroads, Railroad Facts 2006 (Washington, DC: 2006).