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BENZOL AND LIGHT OIL PRODUCTS
TABLE 69.- Producers' price per gallon of pure benzol f. o. b. works and tank-wagon
price of gasoline, 1919-1923, by months (Prices of benzol are those quoted by Iron Trade Review; of tank-wagon gasolino, average for five cities,
computed by J. E. Pogue)
TABLE 70.- Monthly spot prices of coal-tar products in New York market, 1919–1923
(As quoted by Oil, Paint, and Drug Reporter. Figures are averages of high and low quotations for each
Table 71.- Production of motor fuel in the United Slates, 1918–1925, in gallons
• From Bureau of Mines Refinery Statistics for 1923, by W. C. Hill.
Quantity sold, used because of apparent double counting between production figures of crude and
A Does not include a small amount of motor benzol which can not be shown without disclosing indi. vidual returns.
Table 72.-Number of plants making light oil or derivatives, 1922–23
TABLE 73.-Benzol produced and sold in the United States in 1923, by States
TABLE 74.-Toluol and solvent naphtha produced and sold in the United States
in 1928, by States
TABLE 75.-Crude light oil produced and sold at coke-oven plants in the United
States in 1923, by States
TABLE 76.—Crude light oil yields reported by coke-oven plants, 1921-1923
• Sum of averages for all plants divided by number of plants.
Table 77.—Disposition of gas from by-product coke ovens, 1915–1923, in per cent
Surplus sold or
used (not for ovens)
1915. 1916. 1917. 1918. 1919.
3. 2 1.0 5.4 4.1 2.6
48.3 49.7 522 53.0
TABLE 78.---Trend in prices of gas per M cubic feet, 1913-1923
• Computed from statistics of prices published by Bureau of Labor Statistics. See Monthly Labor Review, April, 1924. Average of prices in effect on or near April 15 Further additions to price in form of monthly service charge were made in this period.
As reported by operators to the Geological Survey. • Average value of all natural gas at point of consumption. . Includes value of gas used by producer (not for ovens). • Represents 1912. No report.
TABLE 79.—Total production of gas fuel in the United States, 1919–1923
(Does not include producer gas, blast-furnace gas, Pintscb gas, or acetylene)
• Estimated by assuming a uniform rate of increase between successive years reported.
• Estimated from census reports, which show slight decrease as compared with 1919, although the census returns include some coke ovens.