Convert pipe (U.S.) to barrel (petroleum)
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Definition and details for pipe (U.S.):
Pipe is a traditional unit of liquid volume equal to 2 hogsheads. In the United States a pipe usually is 126 U.S. gallons or about 476.96 liters.
Definition and details for barrel (petroleum):
Petroleum barrel (bbl or bo from "barrel of oil") is defined to be 42 U.S. gallons or about 158.987 liters. This unit is equal to the traditional tierce, an old English wine barrel.