How Many Tons Of Portland Cement Were Consumed In The

According to data from the US Geological Survey (USGS), in 2022, the United States produced an estimated 95 million metric tons of Portland and masonry cement, a slight increase from the previous year. Shipments of Portland and blended cements also saw a 2.4% increase. Despite the increase in domestic production, global cement consumption decreased from 4.4 billion tons to 4.1 billion tons. In the United States, 109 million metric tons of cement were consumed in 2021, mainly for the construction of transportation systems. The leading producing states for Portland and blended cement were Texas, California, Florida, and Missouri. The fall 2022 cement consumption forecast by the Portland Cement Association is expected to decrease by 3.5%, with an estimated consumption of 104,901 metric tons.

According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), the United States consumed around 109 million metric tons of cement in 2021, with most of it being for the construction of transportation systems. For specific data on last year's consumption, please check the most recent reports or databases maintained by USGS or other relevant organizations.

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