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How much fuel can you derive from a barrell of crude oil?

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From each 42-gallon barrel of crude oil, about 19.6 gallons of gasoline and 9.2 gallons of diesel fuel are refined.
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How much gasoline can be made from one barrel of crude oil?

1 barrel of crude oil = 42 US gallons (159 liters or 35 imperial gallons). It produces from about 35 percent to 42 percent of gasoline or petrol, plus many other products such

How many gallons of Diesel fuel are made from a barrel of crude oil?

OIL-MAKES Product | Gallons per barrel / gasoline | 19.5 / distillate fuel oil (Includes both home heating oil and diesel fuel) | 9.2 / kerosene-type jet fuel |

What products do you get out of a barrel of crude oil?

Every 42-gallon (159-liter) barrel of oil can be refined into 19.4 gallons (73 liters) of gas, 10.5 gallons (40 liters) of diesel, and 4.1 gallons (16 liters) of jet fuel,

How much gasoline is made from a barrel of crude oil?

It varies alot. The minimum value is zero- as some crude oil are refined into other products. So, let's assume this is a crude that is economical to refine into gasoline. In t
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What products are derived from crude oil?

Crude oil is feedstock for just about everything under the sun. When crude oil is refined, its various chemical parts are separated and some become gasoline, some lubricants,

How much does 1 barrel of crude oil weigh?

  Texas Crude Oil Density = 873 kg / cubic meter 1 cubic meter = 264.172 gallons 1 barrel of oil = 42 gallons 42 gallons * (1 cubic meter / 264.172 gallons) = .15898

What are the parts of a barrel of crude oil?

The chemical elements are: Carbon 83-87 percent, Hydrogen 10-14 percent, Nitrogen 0.1-2 percent, Oxygen 0.1-1.5 percent, sulfur 0.5-6 percent, metals less than 0.1 percent. Th