The simple answer to that is 0.2kWh per (U.S.) gallon. “The same...

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    The simple answer to that is 0.2kWh per (U.S.) gallon.

    “The same paper also said that in 2001, refineries used 47 teraWatt-hours of electricity to refine 5.3 billion barrels of oil into various products. There's 42 gallons of refined products from each barrel of crude oil. After some calculations, we end up with 0.2 kiloWatt-hours per gallon of gasoline.”

    https://greentransportation.info/energy-transportation/gasoline-costs-6kwh.html

    Or from the same link, 0.9kWh.
 
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