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Petroleum Average Annual Expenditures
in Nebraska by Sector

Expenditures on petroleum increased to $6,545.0 million ($6.5 billion) in 2011, which was a 23–percent increase from 2010 expenditures of $5,331.2 million ($5.3 billion).

The transportation sector spent over three–quarters (83 percent) of the total expenditures. The industrial sector spent 13 percent and the residential sector spent 3 percent, while the commercial and electric power sectors each spent less than 1 percent.

The expenditures are in nominal dollars to provide a better comparison.

chart showing Petroleum Average Annual Expenditures by Sector in Nebraska, from 1970 through 2011.

Petroleum Average Annual Expenditures by Sector
Nebraska, 1990 – 2011

(Million Nominal Dollars)

Year Sectors Annual
Total
End–Use Sectors Electric
Power
Commercial Industrial Residential Transportation
2011 $51.3 $841.8 $194.3 $5,448.4 $9.2 $6,545.0
2010 $41.4 $670.6 $158.3 $4,455.2 $5.7 $5,331.2
2009 $35.7 $598.9 $139.1 $3,181.7 $3.5 $3,958.9
2008 $69.7 $1,052.6 $204.1 $4,351.0 $9.0 $5,686.4
2007 $42.8 $927.5 $133.1 $3,821.6 $6.1 $4,931.1
2006 $36.1 $841.8 $106.9 $3,429.2 $3.6 $4,417.7
2005 $29.7 $718.9 $110.7 $2,979.0 $4.1 $3,842.5
2004 $34.5 $585.9 $85.2 $2,370.6 $1.9 $3,078.2
2003 $27.0 $458.4 $82.8 $1,953.7 $2.7 $2,524.5
2002 $16.3 $377.2 $73.5 $1,705.3 $1.4 $2,173.7
2001 $29.0 $383.9 $74.9 $1,766.8 $2.4 $2,257.0
2000 $32.2 $361.3 $75.2 $1,957.7 $4.2 $2,430.5
1999 $11.2 $249.2 $49.6 $1,590.9 $1.7 $1,902.6
1998 $10.8 $244.3 $45.1 $1,450.8 $1.8 $1,752.8
1997 $10.1 $282.0 $47.5 $1,619.5 $1.9 $1,960.9
1996 $13.1 $310.6 $58.2 $1,656.9 $1.4 $2,040.2
1995 $8.1 $246.6 $34.9 $1,406.2 $1.5 $1,697.3
1994 $12.4 $264.2 $34.3 $1,329.8 $1.1 $1,641.7
1993 $11.9 $243.9 $37.5 $1,308.2 $1.0 $1,602.7
1992 $15.4 $263.2 $39.7 $1,301.8 $0.7 $1,620.8
1991 $13.9 $280.3 $43.0 $1,302.1 $0.8 $1,640.0
1990 $21.3 $317.9 $39.8 $1,346.0 $1.3 $1,726.2

Petroleum Average Annual Expenditures by Sector
Nebraska, 1970 – 1989

(Million Nominal Dollars)

Year Sectors Annual
Total
End–Use Sectors Electric
Power
Commercial Industrial Residential Transportation
1989 $15.9 $273.5 $49.0 $1,173.8 $2.1 $1,514.2
1988 $15.3 $257.3 $33.2 $1,074.2 $2.4 $1,382.5
1987 $18.3 $261.3 $33.6 $1,045.5 $1.6 $1,360.4
1986 $15.5 $236.4 $29.0 $972.1 $1.9 $1,254.9
1985 $39.8 $296.3 $47.8 $1,171.2 $2.1 $1,557.2
1984 $44.2 $272.8 $37.7 $1,193.3 $1.5 $1,549.5
1983 $40.4 $284.8 $65.8 $1,218.4 $2.7 $1,612.1
1982 $25.7 $272.6 $64.4 $1,285.6 $5.1 $1,653.4
1981 $27.6 $275.7 $58.6 $1,329.4 $3.7 $1,695.0
1980 $18.0 $253.5 $54.9 $1,233.0 $6.7 $1,566.2
1979 $21.4 $224.6 $50.7 $982.3 $12.9 $1,291.9
1978 $14.8 $173.1 $57.5 $781.1 $15.2 $1,041.7
1977 $14.6 $151.3 $65.8 $721.6 $11.0 $964.3
1976 $14.5 $151.7 $67.1 $652.3 $14.7 $900.3
1975 $10.6 $122.7 $55.4 $578.3 $10.5 $777.5
1974 $10.8 $108.3 $51.1 $526.1 $7.3 $703.8
1973 $6.4 $50.1 $52.7 $407.9 $2.1 $519.2
1972 $6.2 $52.3 $35.7 $354.1 $2.4 $450.6
1971 $5.6 $54.6 $31.3 $324.9 $0.9 $417.3
1970 $5.4 $49.5 $32.8 $317.0 $1.0 $405.7

Sources: State Energy Price and Expenditure Report. Energy Information Administration, Washington, DC. Nebraska Energy Office, Lincoln, NE.

Note: Totals may not equal the sum of the components due to independent rounding.

The table and graph were updated on August 15, 2013.
Typically, there are one to two years between updates.