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Old 12-27-2005, 10:16 AM
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Default $/MT (Metric Tons) to $/M3 (Cubic Meters)

Hi All,

Does someone knows how do you convert $/MT (Metric Tons) to $/M3 (Cubic Meters) and Cts/Gal (Cents/Galon) to $/M3 (Cubic Meters).

We are talking about different Diesel Oil prices.

Thanks and happy new year,

Franco
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Old 12-28-2005, 09:16 AM
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Default Re: $/MT (Metric Tons) to $/M3 (Cubic Meters)

Do you know the density or specific gravity of the oil?

I found data for a range of values:
Diesel fuel oil 20 to 60 at 15 C is approximately 820 - 950 kilogram/cubic meter.

That would be enough to provide you with a very rough estimate, but if you want anything more accurate I would need to know the density or the specific type of oil.
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Old 07-01-2007, 08:43 AM
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Default Re: $/MT (Metric Tons) to $/M3 (Cubic Meters)

MT /0.86 = m3
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Old 10-19-2007, 12:07 AM
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Default Re: $/MT (Metric Tons) to $/M3 (Cubic Meters)

Thanks for the info gents.

Regards

Graham from Scotland
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Old 05-11-2011, 02:58 AM
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Default Re: $/MT (Metric Tons) to $/M3 (Cubic Meters)

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Hi All,

Does someone knows how do you convert $/MT (Metric Tons) to $/M3 (Cubic Meters) and Cts/Gal (Cents/Galon) to $/M3 (Cubic Meters).

We are talking about different Diesel Oil prices.

Thanks and happy new year,

Franco

if you have Density of the material you can have the volume.

Density:mass/volume
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