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How much gasoline is used each year?
too many types of aircraft and variables to answer without more info - but in general aircraft use more on average than a car would mainly because of the higher speed and powe…r needed to produce lift to keep the plane flying and also the need to gain altitute quickly
that all depended on the engine size and the rear gearing.
Alot like 1 gallon of gas pur year people know me
As of 2011, about 142.5 billion gallons of Gasoline are used each year in the United States, at the approximate rate of 392 million gallons per day. This is based on an offici…al estimate of 9.12 million barrels per day, 43 gallons per barrel, 365 days in a year.
about half of t he worlds production
The price varies by location, how close it is to a refinery, how close it is to a freeway, and by the company overhead that makes it available at a given location. I paid… $1.759 USD per gallon last night (2009apr12). Russia and other countries that subsidize petroleum prices for fuel, sell it for much less.
A lot! 7,139,000 gallons per day in Jan 09- see related link. Also check out the "view history", a few times average use per day has gone over nine million gallons. Last… few months, gas use has been in decline.
The average American consumes approximately 500 gallons (1892 L) of motor gasoline per year
a lot... Yes a lot is right. In fact according to the American Chemical Council as of May 31, 2011 a year-to-date comparison showed that 1,885,200,000 pounds of Polystyrene-…PS was produced, with a captive use of 1,862,200,000 pounds. California is the leading producer of Expanded Polystyrene-EPS, [also known as Styrofoam] generating more than 350,000,000 pounds in 2011.
About Average is 30-70 pounds.
If I'm the average American I use about 20 gallons a week. Not the best for my pocketbook.
Most don't because most don't own cars. In less developed countries, the ones that do, their cars aren't as efficient as ours because they're cars are about 2 decades behind… ours. In developed countries, such as the U.S., we use a lit because we travel a lot, do aimless running around, don't get the best mileage due to personal driving styles, and to power different tools like weedwhackers and lawn mowers.