Use this oil conversion tool to convert between different units of weight and volume. Please note that this type of conversion requires a substance density figure. A list of some common oil density approximations is provided below.
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Oil conversion substances
You can use this converter to convert betwen units of volume and weight (for example, barrels, liters, kilograms and pounds) for crude oil, diesel fuel oils and gas oils.
'Oil Density List' figures are from simetric.co.uk - copyright © Roger Walker. Note that converting between units of weight and volume require a density figure. You can learn how to convert from volume to weight in this article.
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Substance densities currently available for the oil converter:
Crude oil (32.6° API) (60 F), Crude oil (35.6° API) (60 F), Crude oil (40° API) (60 F), Crude oil (48° API) (60 F), Crude oil, California (60 F), Crude oil, Mexican (60 F), Crude oil, Texas (60 F), Diesel Fuel Oil (20 to 60) (15 C), Fuel oil (60 F), Gas oils (60 F), Oil (petroleum),
If you have any suggestions for this oil conversion tool, or have any additional oil density figures that you wish to be included, please contact me.