Can I know how u calculate from cubic meter to metric ton in diesel oil?
You have to know the density of your lot of oil. It can vary with product type and between refineries. Some typical values #1 (winter) diesel, 0.81 kg/L, #2 diesel, 0.85 kg/L, the heavy diesel used in large ships etc, 0.9-0.95 kg/L.
Because of the way the metric system scales, it would be the same numeric values in tons per cubic meter, #2 diesel is around 0.85 t/m³, but lot to lot, the 2nd digit can vary a unit or 2.
Would you know the conversion for one ton of liquefied natural gas (LNG) into cubic meters of gas (after re-gassification) ? I believe that the density of LNG is roughly 0.41 Kg/L to 0.5 Kg/L, and it is transported at about (-)162degrees Celsius.