Colorado by the Numbers: Private and Commercial Nonhighway Use of Gasoline, 1995 1/

  
 
COMPILED FROM AN                                                            TABLE MF-24
ANALYSIS OF MOTOR-FUEL USE    (THOUSANDS OF GALLONS)                        OCTOBER 1996
 
                               INDUSTRIAL                         MISCEL-
STATE    AGRICULTURE AVIATION     AND      CONSTRUCTION   MARINE   LANEOUS       TOTAL
                        2/     COMMERCIAL                           3/
             (1)       (2)        (3)           (4)        (5)      (6)           (7)
 
Arizona     5,880      6,517      6,358        5,046     11,980       -          35,781
Colorado   15,902      5,791      3,847        3,053      5,986      935         35,514
Idaho      12,209      2,217      3,284        1,376      6,873    1,031         26,990
Montana    22,899      3,657      3,705          658      2,807       34         33,760
Nevada      1,928      2,957      2,017        4,547      5,479       -          16,928
New Mexico  8,194      2,466     17,525        1,836      4,069       -          34,090
Utah        7,932      2,986      2,337        3,341      7,474       -          24,070
Wyoming    12,221      8,383      6,139          329      2,302       -          29,374
 
USA       926,732    366,986    411,430      280,046  1,060,394   51,160      3,096,748
Percentage  29.93      11.85      13.29         9.04      34.24     1.65         100.00
 
 


Notes:
1/ This table is one of a series giving an analysis of motor-fuel consumption. A complete and uniform classification of nonhighway use is not possible due to differences among the States as to what classes of nonhighway use are eligible for exemptions or refunds and because some eligible refunds are not applied for. In order to make the data uniform and complete, nonhighway uses of gasoline were estimated by the Federal Highway Administration or data were obtained from other sources. These estimates may not be comparable to data for prior years due to revised estimation procedures. All data are subject to review and revision.
2/ Excludes aviation jet fuel.
3/ An amount is shown in this column only when reported by the State and when it could be determined that the State-reported figure did not include fuel represented in other categories.


Source: Highway Statistics, 1995, Section 1, "Motor Fuel," "Nonhighway Use of Gasoline, MF-24," prepared by the U.S. Dept. of Transportion, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Highway Information Management.
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