How many barrels in a gallon?

1 Gallon


=


0.0317460317 Fluid Barrel

Gallons to Barrels (How many barrels in a gallon?)

This is a conversion calculator that is used to convert the volume in Gallons (gal) to the volume in barrels (bbl). It gives quick and accurate results based on the input values. Use the blank text field to enter the value in gallons. The ‘Convert' button is used to execute the conversions from gallons to barrels. The conversion result is displayed below the control button in barrels.

Example

Convert 6 gallons to fluid barrels

Solution

The first procedure is to enter the value in gallons (gal) in the blank text field. Click on the ‘Convert' button to give you the results in barrels. It is displayed as;

6 Gallons = 0.1904761902 Fluid Barrel

This means that there are 0.1904761902 Fluid Barrels in 6 gallons.

The same procedure is used when performing new conversions from gallons to barrels.

Gallons to Barrels Conversion

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

How many barrels in a gallon?

The volume units' conversion factor of gallons to fluid barrels is 0.0317460317.

1 Gallon (Fluid) = 0.0317460317 Barrel (Fluid)

1 Gallon (Fluid) = 0.0238095238 Barrel (Oil)

1 Gallon (Dry) = 0.03809559265 Barrel (Dry)

Therefore, there are 0.0317460317 fluid barrels in one gallon. If you want to determine the number of barrels in a gallon simply multiply the value in gallons by the conversion factor.

For example; how many barrels are in 200 gallons? Multiply this value (200) by the conversion factor (0.0317460317).

= 200 x 0.0317460317

= 6.34920634 Fluid Barrels in 200 gallons.

Definitions

A gallon is a volume unit in the US customary and imperial systems abbreviated as "gal". There are two types of a gallon in the US customary system and only one in the imperial system. A gallon is widely used in daily life to measure fuel efficiency i.e. miles per gallon etc.

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