A barrel of oil is 42 gallons ~ 0.045 bbl = 1.89 gallons A barrel of water is 31.5 gallons ~ 0.045 bbl = 1.42 gallons
It is an abbreviation for oil barrel which equates to 42 gallons.
The standard barrel of crude oil or other petroleum product (abbreviated bbl) is 42 US gallons (34.972 Imperial gallons or 158.987 L).
For crude oil, there are 42 gallons per barrel.There are twp barrels in common use:1 bbl(US Liq) = 31.5 gal(US Liq)1 bbl (petroleum) = 42 US gallons
The standard barrel of crude oil or other petroleum product (abbreviated bbl) is 42 US gallons (34.972 Imperial gallons or 158.987 L). A link to the Wikipedia article on the barrel is provided.
A barrel of oil is 55 gallons.
There are 34.97 Imperial gallons per barrel of oil.
42 US gallons per barrel.
42 US gallons per barrel.
One barrel of oil produces about 19.6 gallons of gasoline.
42 gallons per barrel.
There are 21 gallons in a half-barrel of crude oil.
42 gallons of oil in a barrel.
Each barrel contains 42 gallons of crude oil. Each barrel produces about 19.6 gallons of gasoline.
Each barrel of crude oil produces about 19.6 gallons of gasoline.
The industry standard is 42 gallons per barrel.
There are 42 gallons (1 U.S. gallon = 3.78 liters) in a barrel (i.e., 1 barrel of oil = 159 liters). When converting to oil to Metric Tonnes (MT), there is around 7.3 BBL per MT, and 304 Gallons per MT. Originally there were 40 gallons to a barrel. However, that was changed in the mid-19th century to give a little extra so consumers wouldn't feel "cheated." According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, 1 "BBL" of crude oil makes about 17 gallons of gasoline, 12 gallons of gasoil, 7 gallons of jet fuel or kerosene, while lubricants, light naphtha and asphalt makes up the rest. This ratio depends on the crude type and varies a lot. The easy way to remember the number of gallons in a barrel of oil: There are 7 letters in gallons and 6 letters in barrel. 7X6=42 gallons. 42 US gallons. ALL OIL PRODUCTS ARE +/- 5 PERCENT, ALSO THE BARREL!!
About 19.5 gallons of gasoline is refined from each 42-gallon barrel of oil.
One barrel of crude oil produces about 19.6 gallons of gasoline.
The industry standard is 42 US gallons per barrel.
The barrel is a measurement of liquid that is equivalent to 31.5 gallons. An oil barrel is equivalent to 42 gallons, and a dry barrel is equal to 26.25 gallons.
1 barrel of crude oil equals 42 US gallons of crude oil.
About 19.6 gallons of gasoline from each barrel of crude oil.
The unit barrel is used in the United States and Canada as a measure of oil. One oil barrel is equal to 42 US gallons.