MadSci Network: Chemistry

Re: How many gallons of oil in a barrel of oil?

Date: Wed Sep 13 19:09:23 2000
Posted By: Kieran Kelly, Consultant, The Boston Consulting Group
Area of science: Chemistry
ID: 968885338.Ch

Let's see. One barrel of oil is the equivalent volume to:

32256 teaspoons, or
10752 tablespoons, or
5376 fluid ounces, or
168 quarts, etc.

You can probably work out the rest of the conversion yourself but I cheated and used a great conversion engine available from TCAEP's Science section.

Thanks for asking. ;)


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