gallonage

[gal-uh-nij]
noun
1.
the number of gallons of something used.
2.
the rate at which gallons of something are used.

Origin:
1905–10; gallon + -age

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gallonage (ˈɡælənɪdʒ)
 
n
1.  a capacity measured in gallons
2.  the rate of pumping, transmission, or consumption of a fluid in gallons per unit of time

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Example sentences
However, over a twelve-month period, gains of equal gallonage amount must be
  reported.
Data on gallonage consumed and the amount of tax revenue by type of fuel.
Liquor wholesalers shall make the payments based on the total gallonage sold
  the preceding calendar month.
All receipts and sales are to be accounted for by invoice date, invoice number
  and invoice gallonage.
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