You may want to consider replacing the carpet and pad. That will hold the odor for a very long time if you put it back in.
It could be a lot worse. Gasoline eventually mostly evaporates. Diesel or heavier oils take LOTS longer, if ever.
I think I would try washing out the affected area with detergent and hot water and then rinsing well. You will probably want to leave the windows at least partially open for a while, and use the fresh air setting on the heater or air conditioning. The odor should fade away within a couple of weeks, depending on just how much was spilled and how well you were able to clean it up.
But I would sure plan on installing new carpet. Good luck!
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