How many barrels in a cubic meter?

1 Cubic Meter


8.38641436 US Fluid Barrels

Cubic Meters to Barrels (How many barrels in a cubic meter?)

This is a conversion calculator that is used to convert the volume in cubic meters (m3) to volume in fluid barrels (bbl). It uses a simple formula when performing the conversion of cubic meters to barrels. The first procedure when using this converter is to enter the volume in cubic meters in the blank text field. Press the ‘Convert' button to execute the conversion. This gives you the results in fluid barrels, shown below the control button.


Convert 20 cubic meters to fluid barrels


First, enter the value in cubic meters (20) in the blank text field. Press the ‘Convert' button to initiate the conversion. The result in fluid barrels is shown as;

20 Cubic Meters = 167.7282872 US Fluid Barrels

This implies that there are 167.7282872 US Fluid Barrels in 20 cubic meters.

Use the same procedure when performing another conversion from cubic meters to fluid barrels. 

Cubic Meters to Barrels [Fluid] Conversion

Enter a value that you want to convert into fluid barrels and click on the "convert" button.

How many barrels in a cubic meter?

The volume units' conversion factor of cubic meters to barrels varies depending on the unit type of conversion.

1 Cubic Meter = 8.38641436 Barrels (US, Fluid)

1 Cubic Meter = 6.28981077 Barrels (US, Oil)

1 Cubic Meter = 8.64848980 Barrels (US, Dry)

1 Barrel (US, Fluid) = 0.119240471 Cubic Meter

1 Barrel (US, Oil) = 0.158987295 Cubic Meter

1 Barrel (US, Dry) = 0.115627123 Cubic Meter

Therefore, there are 8.38641436 US fluid barrels in one cubic meter. The conversion factors for converting a cubic meter to oil or dry barrels is 6.28981077 and 8.64848980 respectively.


A cubic meter is a unit of volume in the metric system abbreviated as "m3". It is defined as a cube whose sides are equivalent to one meter each.

A barrel is a unit of volume measurement abbreviated as "bbl". The fluid, dry and oil barrels are widely used and come in different sizes.