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 as kerosene, etc.More detail:The yield of gasoline from crude oil depends upon the quality of the crude oil ("Crude Type"), and the amount and type of processing at the refinery.
So called "light" crude yields usually more gasoline per barrel than "heavy" crude, for a given amount of refinery processing. That a crude is "sweet" refers to sulphur content, - sweet makes it low sulphur and sour high sulphur, and a "package" to remove sulphur is called a "Crude Sweetener". Producing gasoline involves two steps in the refinery, beside post-processing. First is the distillation of the gasoline stream from the crude, and then the refomation of this to "hike it up". The final refomation is to adjust to the actual "Octane" numbers and add ingredients to make it suited for cars - such as lead in old days, now various alcohols and glycol to achieve the same.
More extensive processing -- cracking, reformation, etc. -- can greatly improve yields, but of course, at the cost of the increased processing. Overall, refineries in the USA are yielding about 49% gasoline (20.5 gallons) from the mix of crudes they process (2004 data).
Actually, a barrel of oil is 42 gallons. When the barrel is processed, you may get something like 15 gallons of gasoline, 9 gal. of fuel oil (See Gasoil / D2), 10 gal. of jet fuel (Kerosene) and 4 gal of other "heavy" products such as lubricants, grease, asphalt / bitumene and plastics and 4 gallons of lighter condensates/naphtha.
In energy equivalents, 1 barrel=42 u.s. gallons of oil is estimated to be around 19.5 u.s. gallons of gas (natural gas).
Not disputing the answer at all, but if crude is now $80 per barrel, this should make gasoline nearly $1,90 per gallon, and this without refining and transport costs and assumes that the other cuts of the crude can be sold to the same price!
Depending on where you are the response varies. When oil is refined, there are number of products that will result from the refining process, including gas, diesel, and other products. Depending on the "feedstock" of the refinery and what production goals were in mind in constructing the refinery, the output of gasoline, diesel, and other products varies. For example, in the US, the refineries are aimed at maximum output of gasoline, so the crude types that are used produce about 2 liters of oil to process about 1 liter of gasoline. Change this, say use Canadian tar sand instead - and you will need 4 times the quantity of crude for the same amount of gasoline. In EU however, more crude types are used, and the gasoline cut differs, i.e. 1.5 to 3.0 liters. That a refinery process heavy crude will usually result in a good supply to the chemical industry of complex hydro-carbons that can be used to make e.g. Kevlar, resins for glue and fiberglass, and advance plastics. These plants will pay well for the chemicals, so operating a refinery is managing a complex equation. You may have a good agreement for producing the complex chemicals, there is a good market with a predicable price for gasoline, heating oil and jetfuel / kerosene - while the residue, huge amounts of bitumen or tar can only be sold at a low price as road and roof covering.AnswerIn a barrel (42gal) of crude you need to divide it into separate parts. These parts are roughly:
So in a barrel of crude you can see that a small percentage actually becomes gasoline <45%.
The standard barrel of crude oil or other petroleum product (abbreviated BBL) is 42 US gallons (34.972 Imperial gallons or 158.987 L)- In short 158.987 litres of crude oil make 1 barrel. To the ISO system - the oil companies and surveyors use 7.3 BBL per MT, and 304 gallons (GLN) per MT - regardless of product and specific weight.COST:The cost of gasoline and how the fees are attached to each and every gallon depends on a multitude of factors. First, is the cost of buying crude which is fixed at market prices. The crude oil has a baseline price to account for research and development, surveying, and extraction costs. There is a little amount added for corporate profits as well. These prices may vary with the demand and availability which is influenced by Stock Market traders buying and selling futures. Second, is the refining and delivery costs, including the retailer at the pump. Third, is the taxes applied to each gallon to pay for road construction and repair/maintenance. Fourth, is added fees for environmental cleanup and waste product disposal.
So, that gallon of gas may cost $2.00 to make but taxes, fees, etc. could and drive the prices to $4.50 and up. Next time you're filling up, look at the pump. Posted are the taxes and fees that are added to each gallon of gas. It will make you wonder where all that money goes.
One Barrel of Crude Oil makes 19.5 gallons of Gasoline, which converts to 73.8 liters of petrol/gasoline.I like to know How much of Crude Oil is in one barrelIt depends on what kind of oil you are talking about. For gasoline, 19.5 gallons.
A barrel of crude contains 42 gallons. Each barrel yields about 19.15 gallons of gasoline plus other petroleum-based products. http://www.eia.doe.gov/bookshelf/brochures/gasoline/index.html
Oil refinement can be confusing, because gasoline doesn't come in barrels. Crude oil is pumped out of the ground and used to make a plethora of products. Diesel fuel, gasoline, jet fuel, home heating oil are all made from the refinement of crude oil. One barrel of crude oil, when refined, produces about 19 gallons of gasoline.
A single 42-gallon barrel of crude oil is refined into about 19.6 gallons of gasoline.
From each 42-gallon of crude oil, about 19.5 gallons of gasoline is produced.
Crude oil is crude oil, there is no such thing as gas oil. Gasoline is refined from crude oil. 1 barrel of Benchmark crude oil for May delivery is currently $48.20 as of 3/31/09.
One barrel of crude oil produces about 19.6 US gallons of gasoline.
The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline was .39 cents in 1973. In that year, the average price for a barrel of crude oil was $4.75
Actually, all 42 gallons of crude oil in a barrel is used to produce that amount of gasoline.Each 42-gallon barrel of oil produces about 19.6 gallons of gasoline.
100$ haha jk i really dont no sorry! There are 42 gallons of crude in a barrel and a barrel runs about $80, so a gallon of crude cost about $2, but there are a lot of things in that barrel besides gasoline.
The average price for a barrel of crude oil was $50.04 in 2005. That year, the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline was $2.30
From each 42-gallon barrel of crude oil, about 19.6 gallons of gasoline and 9.2 gallons of diesel fuel are refined.
One 42 gallon barrel of crude oil, when refined will produce 19.9 gallons of gasoline. So it requires 2.1 gallons of crude oil to produce a gallon of gasoline.
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 this case , it can be as low as 2 gallons or as high as 23 gallons. (1 bbl = 42 gallons) Expressed as a percentage of the crude oil, this is 5 to 55%. (See attached links). The crude oil not refined as gasoline will be refined for other products. Common refined products from crude oil are provided in the related link, and will differ depending on the properties of the crude oil. It's very interesting that after refining, there will be more gallons of produced products than the original barrel of crude oil.
That was the month and year that a barrel of crude oil reached its highest level: $128.08 per barrel.
Under $300 per barrel for the gasoline produced. Read this and the link found on the page http://www.rense.com/general76/cost.htm Under 50 cents per gallon, 42 gallon barrel with net 19.2 gallons gasoline per barrel. Varies due to weather and other factors but this is apparently the average. Crude oil gets changed into petroleum gas, gasoline, oils, tar, and asphalt. The total volume of the non-gaseous products will be not much different than the crude.
Only about 15% of the crude oil is made into jp54 but the rest of it usually is made into other things such different types of plastics and such
This question can be answered in three ways. It takes 1851 gallons of water to refine a barrel of crude oil. One barrel of crude oil produces 19 gallons of gasoline and 10 gallons of diesel fuel, in this respect it takes 97 gallons of water to produce a gallon of gasoline. If you combine gasoline and diesel, it takes 63 gallons of water to produce a gallon of "fuel." A total of 42 gallons of petroleum products are produced from a barrel of crude oil, in this respect it takes 44 gallons of water to produce each gallon.
One barrel (42 gallons) of crude oil, when refined, yields approximately 19.6 gallons of finished motor gasoline. The remainder of the barrel yields distillate fuel oil, residual fuel oil, jet fuel, and other products.
It takes about 2.14 gallons of crude oil to make one gallon of gasoline.
There are 42 gallons of crude oil per barrel.
About 19.6 gallons per barrel of crude oil. Each barrel holds 42 gallons of oil.
About 9.21 gallons of diesel is refined from each 42-gallon barrel of crude oil.
$7.67 per barrel.