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Convertion of metric ton to litres
i would like to know how many liters of oil in one mt(metric tons)
types of oil that i would like to convert: IFO380 IFO180 MDO i wanna to get the price for a litre of oil from a website, but they only show the price per mt, hope i can get some help here^.^ thank^.^ 
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Re: Convertion of metric ton to litres
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For 0.9 kg/L, 1 ton = 1000 kg x 1 L/0.9 kg = 1110 L For 0.99 kg/L, 1010 L The first two are residual fuel oils and need to be heated to flow. 
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Re: Convertion of metric ton to litres
thank for the your reply.
i sure the industry have a standard density to calculate, but i just cannot find it online. 
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At best, expect plus or minus 5% around a "typical" value. 
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Re: Convertion of metric ton to litres
hi,
pls i need help in converting 1 million litres of MGO to metric tons. thanks. Maureen 
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Re: Convertion of metric ton to litres
For accuracy, you need the density of the specific lot of oil. However, MGO is similar to #2 diesel, so 0.85 kg/L is probably a good "typical" value, therefore around 850 000 kg, or 850 t.

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Re: Convertion of metric ton to litres
please convert 500 000 metric tuns of 500 ppm diesel(D2)to liters......THNX

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Re: Convertion of metric ton to litres
You should use density of this lot of diesel but using 0.85 t/m² as typical, 588 235 m³ or 588 235 000 L.

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