“Barrel” means 42 U.S. gallons.
Source: Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Definitions, Alaska Admin. Code tit. 20, § 25.990, December 7, 2012. Regulations
“Barrel” means 35 gallons (baril).
Source: Canada Oil and Gas Drilling and Production Regulations, C.R.C., c. 1517, February 2013. Regulations
“Barrel” means 42 (U.S.) gallons at 60 F at atmospheric pressure.
Source: Corporation Commission, Oil and Gas Conservation, Oklahoma Administrative Code 165:10, February 2013. Regulations
“Barrel” means a quantity of liquid equal to forty-two U.S. gallons.
Source: Division of Mineral Resources Management – Oil and Gas, Ohio Administrative Code, Chapter 1501:9, January 2012. Regulations
Unit for volume of oil, the standard barrel contains 42 gallons..
Source: IADC UBO / MPD Glossary, December 2011. Global Standards
Barrel or Barrel of Oil―forty-two United States gallons of oil at a test of 60º F with deductions for the full percent of basic sediment, water and other impurities present, ascertained by centrifugal or other recognized and customary tests.
Source: Natural Resources, Office of Conservation – General Operations, Louisiana Administrative Code, Title 43, Part XIX, March 2013. Regulations
BARREL shall mean 42 (U.S.) gallons at 60° F. at atmospheric pressure.
Source: Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Practice and Procedure, Code of Colorado Regulations, 2 CCR 404-1, February 2013. Regulations
“Barrel” means forty-two United States gallons [158.99 liters] measured at sixty degrees Fahrenheit [15.56 degrees Celsius] and fourteen and seventy-three hundredths pounds per square inch absolute [1034.19 grams per square centimeter].
Source: Oil and gas Conservation, North Dakota Administrative Code, Chapter 43-02-03, April 2012. Regulations
“Barrel” means 42 United States gallons measured at 60 degrees fahrenheit and atmospheric pressure at the sea level.
Source: Oil and Gas, New Mexico Administrative Code Title 19, Chapter 15, January 2013. Regulations
For the purpose of these sections, a “barrel” of crude petroleum is declared to be 42 gallons of 231 cubic inches per gallon at 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
Source: Oil and Gas Division, Texas Administrative Code, Title 16, Chapter 3, February 2013. Regulations
A liquid measure of 42 U. S. gallons (158.9 liters).
Source: Petroleum Safety Orders–Drilling and Production, Definitions, California Code of Regulations, 8 CCR § 6505, December 2012. Regulations