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    Virginia Petroleum Consumption in Commercial Sector (BTU) 1960-2003

    Year Distillate Fuel Kerosene Liquefied Petroleum Gases Motor Gasoline All Petroleum Products Residual Fuel
    2006 15,679.01 954.84 2,005.91 520.31 19,392.58 232.51
    2005 17,358.47 1,150.27 2,419.45 597.95 22,048.81 522.68
    2004 17,632.54 1,373.14 2,517.91 644.63 24,156.4 1,988.18
    2003 18,346.32 1,105.67 2,477.71 642.05 25,121.00 2,549.26
    2002 14,310.78 497.85 1,950.49 660.26 17,883.91 464.53
    2001 17,237.55 1,291.14 2,027.20 646.29 22,975.74 1,773.56
    2000 19,348.71 1,566.57 2,227.61 634.81 26,485.27 2,707.57
    1999 16,683.30 1,799.15 1,867.69 864.08 22,355.51 1,141.30
    1998 18,042.09 2,455.67 1,673.47 643.61 23,520.54 705.69
    1997 17,320.85 2,108.06 2,193.88 714.63 23,139.42 802.00
    1996 19,792.77 1,572.91 2,032.60 678.40 25,669.21 1,592.53
    1995 15,474.11 1,561.40 1,837.43 686.33 20,849.22 1,289.95
    1994 15,965.22 571.12 1,564.97 718.09 19,794.25 974.85
    1993 15,048.08 901.97 1,521.84 637.70 19,238.98 1,129.40
    1992 13,239.67 718.91 1,553.69 1,810.26 18,716.99 1,394.46
    1991 14,377.77 838.89 1,479.71 1,791.06 19,204.94 717.52
    1990 16,399.51 789.89 1,358.73 2,510.16 22,425.77 1,367.47
    1989 15,228.41 1,589.04 1,353.82 2,645.25 22,130.02 1,313.51
    1988 17,334.04 1,532.29 1,150.55 2,636.01 25,190.37 2,537.48
    1987 17,300.30 1,119.59 1,207.18 2,673.43 28,531.77 6,231.27
    1986 18,374.67 816.64 983.49 2,086.36 28,393.37 6,132.21
    1985 16,001.86 1,211.73 1,147.58 2,396.12 23,543.88 2,786.59
    1984 18,775.60 175.50 1,105.43 2,153.42 26,364.37 4,154.43
    1983 15,963.78 327.24 992.77 3,428.17 23,755.01 3,043.06
    1982 8,636.42 192.80 835.25 1,820.10 14,738.37 3,253.81
    1981 8,129.80 209.79 894.25 2,716.68 14,340.90 2,390.37
    1980 9,515.28 260.82 976.51 1,946.76 15,485.20 2,785.84
    1979 16,192.72 260.82 884.00 1,932.36 20,563.27 1,293.37
    1978 11,270.79 180.43 965.88 1,833.92 15,631.47 1,380.45
    1977 12,699.10 215.14 1,078.63 1,824.19 17,675.29 1,858.23
    1976 11,718.78 259.33 1,090.25 1,680.71 16,420.54 1,671.46
    1975 11,273.79 233.02 1,023.16 1,627.22 15,697.21 1,540.00
    1974 11,327.27 254.45 930.13 1,571.28 15,959.47 1,876.33
    1973 12,630.00 334.23 991.14 1,887.55 17,810.86 1,967.94
    1972 11,952.38 466.61 1,061.30 1,485.17 16,641.10 1,675.63
    1971 11,794.23 514.56 959.13 1,147.40 15,741.83 1,326.52
    1970 12,071.00 514.88 953.97 1,104.89 15,385.02 740.28
    1969 10,595.11 590.19 923.76 1,010.68 13,782.10 662.36
    1968 11,385.46 658.32 811.03 1,640.12 15,337.01 842.09
    1967 11,013.66 637.54 794.32 1,635.56 14,821.93 740.85
    1966 10,496.87 571.11 754.44 1,556.52 14,400.29 1,021.36
    1965 9,264.99 549.28 802.16 1,443.21 13,383.52 1,323.88
    1964 8,739.37 528.72 867.36 1,402.65 12,675.34 1,137.24
    1963 9,452.05 602.90 789.74 1,388.22 13,276.75 1,043.85
    1962 8,891.70 596.22 607.52 1,349.40 12,315.68 870.83
    1961 8,585.00 582.39 561.65 1,272.43 11,920.66 919.19
    1960 8,085.06 527.50 519.70 1,170.62 11,404.89 1,102.01

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    Notes:
  • Residual fuel oil: A general classification for the heavier oils, known as No. 5 and No. 6 fuel oils, that remain after the distillate fuel oils and lighter hydrocarbons are distilled away in refinery operations. It conforms to ASTM Specifications D 396 and D 975 and Federal Specification VV-F-815C. No. 5, a residual fuel oil of medium viscosity, is also known as Navy Special and is defined in Military Specification MIL-F-859E, including Amendment 2 (NATO Symbol F-770). It is used in steam-powered vessels in government service and inshore powerplants. No. 6 fuel oil includes Bunker C fuel oil and is used for the production of electric power, space heating, vessel bunkering, and various industrial purposes.

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  • Petroleum Consumption, British Thermal Units, State Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, EIA.



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