Q: What is 1 ton of oil called?

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The density of no 2 oil is given as 0.72 kg/liter (Wikipedia), therefore 1 metric ton of 1000 kilograms will contain 1389 liters = 365.5 US gallons

Need to clarify three tons - long ton, metric tonand short ton Avoirdupois unit of weight used in Britain, called long ton to distinguish it from short ton. 1 long ton is equal to 20 hundredweight (long) or 2240 pound. Unit of mass in metric system, also called tonne (symbol t). 1 metric ton is equal to 1000 kilogram. Avoirdupois unit of weight used in America, called short ton to distinguish it from long ton. 1 short ton is 20 hundredweight (short) or 2000 pound.

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7.2 barrels are equal to 1 metric ton. So the answer is 360,000 barrels.

2.5 barrels of oil

The same as 1000 kg.

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Approximately 272 gallons of coconut oil make up 1 metric ton.

There are three 'kind' of tonnes: Metric (common), Long (UK) and Short (US) There are 1,000 kg in 1 Metric ton, or just 'tonnes'There are 1,016 kg in 1 Long ton (UK)There are 907 kg in 1 Short Tons (US)

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well,i think the answer is 2500 gallons in a ton.

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1 ml=0.000000353 ton 1 L= 0.000353147 ton So in 1 ton, there are: 500 ml: 5663.369318 700 ml: 3775.579546 2 L: 1415.84233 5 L: 566.336931 20 L: 141.584233

I am going on the assumption you mean "metric" ton. A standard ton is 2000 pounds. A metric Ton is 2205 pounds. 6-8 oil barrels equal a ton. assuming its 8 in this case, that is 250 lbs per barrel. That equals ALMOST 9 barrels of oil (8.82). If we assume is it 6 barrels per ton, than 2000 divided into 6 is 333.33. A metric ton (2205) divided into 333 equals 6.62. A bit over 6and a half barrels of crude oil in your metric ton.