How many gallons of gasoline are used in the US each year?

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The U.S consumed about 64.3 billion gallons of finished motor gasoline in 2008. There are approximately 43 gallons of motor gasoline per barrel (and 19.6 gallons can be refined from each barrel of crude oil). This statistic does not include other distillates such as jet fuel and heating oil.

The estimated use by the US Department of Energy was higher:
For 2010, it was estimated at 138 billion gallons.
For 2011, projected use was 142 billion gallons (9.12 million barrels a day).
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