Q: Co2 per gallon of gas

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CO2 emissions are calculated in terms of pounds per gallon of fuel. The standard measure for cars is 19.62 pounds per gallon of gas. Each car will have a different result based on mileage per gallon, to calculate for your car just divide 19.62 by mpg.

4.00 per gallon

18.4 cents per gallon for gas; 24.4 cents per gallon for diesel.

about $.26 per gallon

4.24 pounds per gallon as per gas facts

as of now I believe the average is almost $3 per gallon. in my town gas is $3.69 per gallon in some places and ONE gas station has it at $4 per gallon.

In 2001, the average price per gallon of regular unleaded gas was $1.46

Around 1976 gas prices in Massachusetts was 50 cents per gallon.

Around 30 cents per gallon.

20 cents per gallon in 1930. That would be about $2.81 per gallon in 2014.

To obtain the number of grams of CO2 emitted per gallon of gasoline combusted, the heat content of the fuel per gallon is multiplied by the kg CO2 per heat content of the fuel. The average heat content per gallon of gasoline is 0.125 mmbtu/gallon and the average emissions per heat content of gasoline is 71.35 kg CO2/mmbtu.

In Southern Idaho it is between $3.29.9 per gallon and $3.36.9 per gallon.