## How many ft3 are in a bbl?

How many cubic feet of volume and capacity system are in 1 barrel Oil? The answer is: The change of 1 bbl – bl ( barrel Oil ) unit for a volume and capacity measure equals = into 5.61 cu ft – ft3 ( cubic foot ) as per its equivalent volume and capacity unit type measure often used.

**How much oil is in a bbl?**

42 US gallons

In the oil industry, an oil barrel is defined as 42 US gallons, which is about 159 litres, or 35 imperial gallons.

**How many ft are in a barrel?**

0.18

Cubic Feet to US Barrels (Oil) table

Cubic Feet | US Barrels (Oil) |
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1 ft³ | 0.18 US bbl oil |

2 ft³ | 0.36 US bbl oil |

3 ft³ | 0.53 US bbl oil |

4 ft³ | 0.71 US bbl oil |

### Is STB the same as bbl?

Oilfield units volumes in oilfield units are barrels (bbl or B); 1 bbl=5.615 ft3 or 0.159 m3. A STB is the same volume defined at some surface standard conditions (in the stock tank) which are usually 60°F and 14.7 psi.

**How do you convert bbl to ft3?**

Conversion formula of bbl to ft3

- By multiplication. Number of oil barrel US multiply(x) by 5.6145833333333, equal(=): Number of cubic foot.
- By division. Number of oil barrel US divided(/) by 0.17810760667904, equal(=): Number of cubic foot.
- By multiplication. 17 bbl(s) * 5.6145833333333 = 95.447916666667 ft3(s)
- By division.

**Is Boe and BBL the same?**

Barrel of Oil Equivalent Crude oil reserves are measured in barrels (BBL) and natural gas is measured in cubic feet (mcf). Converting these reserves to a barrel of oil equivalent, or BOE, gives a total energy content in a single unit.

## How big is a barrel?

31.5 to 42 gallons

barrel, unit of both liquid and dry measure in the British Imperial and United States Customary systems, ranging from 31.5 to 42 gallons for liquids and fixed at 7,056 cubic inches (105 dry quarts, or 115.63 litres) for most fruits, vegetables, and other dry commodities.

**What does STB mean in oil?**

Stock tank barrel

STB

Term | Definition |
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STB | Stock tank barrel, the volume of a barrel of oil at the earth’s surface as opposed to the corresponding volume in the subsurface. |

**How many pounds are in a BBL?**

Since average domestic crude oil weighs about 7.21 pounds per gallon, a barrel of oil weighs around 300 pounds or about 136 kilograms.