US Data highlights
U.S. consumption of motor gasoline including fuel ethanol totaled 17 quadrillion Btu in 2011, a 3-percent decrease from 2010. The top consuming states were California, Texas, and Florida.
U.S. consumption of fuel ethanol in 2011 equaled 1 quadrillion Btu, which was virtually unchanged from 2010.
Prices of motor gasoline including fuel ethanol averaged $27.99 per million Btu in the United States in 2011, a 27-percent increase from the 2010 price of $21.98. In the lower 48 states, prices were highest in California, Washington, and the District of Columbia and lowest in Georgia, South Carolina, and Wyoming. Price data for motor gasoline include federal and state motor fuel taxes, but not local fuel taxes or state and local sales taxes.
U.S. consumption of aviation gasoline in 2011 was 27 trillion Btu, which was virtually unchanged from 2010. The price of aviation gasoline in the United States averaged $31.64 per million Btu, a 26-percent increase from the 2010 price of $25.19.