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No. 1038. FUEL OILS AND NATURAL GAS-CONSUMPTION, BY MAJOR CONSUMER GROUPS: 1950 TO 1965

[Fuel oils in thousands of barrels of 42 gallons; natural gas in billions of cubic feet. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska

and Hawaii]

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Represents zero.

X Not applicable.

1 Source: Federal Power Commission. Includes gas other than natural gas; therefore excluded from total. 2 Includes natural-gas component of gas used in gas and electric power plants.

Source: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; Minerals Yearbook.

No. 1039. PETROLEUM ASPHALT AND ROAD OIL-SUPPLY, DISTRIBUTION, STOCKS, AND SHIPMENTS: 1945 TO 1966

[In thousands of short tons. Excludes Hawaii and, prior to 1960, Alaska, except that imports and exports include Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico for all years]

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NA Not available. 1 Production, plus imports, less exports, and plus or minus change in stocks. 2 Production, plus or minus change in stocks.

Source: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; Minerals Yearbook.

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In thousands of barrels of 376 pounds, except as indicated. Includes Puerto Rico. Excludes Alaska and, prior to 1960, Hawaii, except that imports and exports include Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico for all years. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, scries M 178-179]

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World production (est.).

1,668 474,927

2, 418

5,220
1,795

4,108

187

4,030
460

39,849
3, 633

713

35, 248 5,505 748

NA Not available.

781, 500 1,274, 501 1,856, 059 2, 216, 180 2,434, 019 2,544,723 Includes masonry cement from natural, slag, and hydraulic lime plants.

No. 1041. PORTLAND CEMENT-PRODUCTION, BY STATES: 1940 TO 1966 [In thousands of barrels of 376 pounds]

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Excludes Maine. 2 Includes Puerto Rico. Excludes Alaska and, prior to 1960, Hawaii.

No. 1042. SAND AND GRAVEL-QUANTITY SOLD OR USED BY PRODUCERS, AND VALUE:

1940 TO 1965

[Quantities in thousands of short tons; values in thousands of dollars, except as indicated. Prior to 1960, includes Puerto Rico. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series M 183, for total]

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NA Not available. 1 Prior to 1955, excludes ground sand.

Source of tables 1040-1042: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; Minerals Yearbook.

No. 1043. STONE QUANTITY SOLD OR USED BY PRODUCERS, 1940 TO 1965, AND VALUE, 1950, 1960, AND 1965

[For 1940 and 1950, includes Puerto Rico; for 1955, excludes Alaska and Hawaii but includes Panama Canal Zone and islands administered by the U.S.]

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Total.

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Granite.

Basalt and related rocks.

Sandstone 3

154, 206 252, 425 471, 251 2616, 784 2780, 072 404, 106 2 952, 555 $1,203,618

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240

267

1,092

Limestone 4.

1,644

2, 172

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38,662

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Other stone.

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Shell

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15, 131

Slate.

18, 934

21, 560

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1 Quantities of stone not sold by short tons are expressed in approximate equivalents in short tons. 2 Includes calcareous marl (1,283,000 tons valued at $1,353,000 in 1960, and 1,291,000 tons valued at $1,125,000 in 1965) excluded in distribution by kind of stone.

* Beginning 1955, includes ground sandstone, quartz, and quartzite for abrasives and other uses. Beginning 1955, includes limestone, cement rock, and dolomite used in making cement, lime, and dead-burned dolomite.

No. 1044. LIME-QUANTITY SOLD OR USED BY PRODUCERS, BY TYPE AND USE: 1940 To 1965

[Quantities in thousands of short tons. Includes Puerto Rico. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series M 181-182]

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Source of tables 1043 and 1044: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; Minerals Yearbook, and unpublished data.

868

1,759

2.129

1,949

2,168

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? Market value (price) at port of shipment and time of exportation to the United States. 3 As reported to the Bureau of Mines by producers.

4 Measured by "sold or used" plus "imports" minus "exports."

Source: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; Minerals Yearbook.

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[Quantities in thousands of short tons; values in thousands of dollars. Excludes Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, except for imports and exports. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series M 180, for gypsum mined]

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1 Each mine, plant, or combination mine and plant is counted as 1 establishment. Excludes byproduct gypsum.

Includes production from small quantity of byproduct gypsum.

4 Made from domestic, imported, and byproduct gypsum.

Beginning 1955, not comparable with earlier years.

Source: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; Minerals Yearbook, and unpublished data.

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[Quantities in thousands of long tons; values in thousands of dollars, except average. Excludes Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, except for imports and exports. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series M 185-189]

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1 In addition to forms of recovery cited below, covers sulfur ore and other byproduct sulfur compounds (hydrogen sulfide and liquid sulfur dioxide).

? Produced at copper, lead, and zinc plants.

3 Crude, crushed, ground, refined, sublimed, and flowers.

Source: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; Minerals Yearbook, and unpublished data.

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