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5,110,000 Gallons a year!!!
You waste 678 gallons on average per year if you leave the fosit running
Gasoline was not invented since it is a natural by-product of petroleum. It is produced through the distillation of crude petroleum.
About 142.5 billion gallons of gasoline are used each year in the United States. This represents 392 million gallons per day. This is based on an estimated figure of 9.12 million barrels per day, 43 gallons per barrel, 365 days in a year.
According to the Florida department of environmental studies, Florida used about 8,406.2 in millions gallons of gasoline in 2007. This was actually a 2.4% drop from previous years!
1 trillion gallons and 1000 billlion in a year
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 official estimate of 9.12 million barrels per day, 43 gallons per barrel, 365 days in a year.
Take the car you drive, miles you drive per year, mileage of the vehicle divided into total miles will give you gallons used.6,000 miles driven by a car getting 30 mpg means it used 200 gallons.
About 142.5 billion gallons of Gasoline are used each year in the United States. This is based on an estimated figure of 9.12 million barrels per day, 43 gallons per barrel, 365 days in a year.
About 39 million gallons are wasted a year in traffic for the average person. Think about how many gallons are wasted a year in the whole world.
Americans consume roughly 9.32 barrells of gasoline a day, making that 3,401 barrels a year. Which adds up to be 136,875 million gallons a year.
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).
460 trillion gallons
I don't know if this is the exact answer to your question, but Americans use about 385 million gallons of gasoline every day.
by doing what? nothing? no food or water or buying clothes or using electricity or what?