The converter permits the user to convert between volume and weight of Crude oil or gasoline with the density list provided and convert the price between deffernt currencies and measurements. The converter can also be applied to other fuels, such as diesel, kerosene, naphtha, Ethanol.
The measurements can be gram, metric ton, pound(avoirdupois), ounce(avoirdupois), long ton, short ton, stone, hundredweight(Imperial), quarter, hundredweight(US), cubic metre, cubic yard, cubic feet(timber foot), cubic inch, cubic centimetre, hectoliter, dekaliter, cubic decimetre, arce-foot, litre, millilitre, centilitre, gallon(Imperial), pint(US Liquid), gallon(US Liquid), quarts(US Liquid), barrel (bbl,petroleum) and gi(US Liquid).
The currencies can be Canadian Dollar(CAD), Swiss Franc(CHF), Chinese Yuan Renminbi(CNY), Danish Krone(DKK), Euro(EUR), Pound Sterling(GBP), Hong Kong Dollar(HKD), Indian Rupee(INR), Japanese Yen(JPY), South-Korean Won(KRW), Sri Lanka Rupee(LKR), Mexican peso(MXN), Malaysian Ringgit(MYR), Norwegian Kroner(NOK), New Zealand Dollar(NZD), Swedish Krona(SEK), Singapore Dollar(SGD), Thai Baht(THB), Taiwan Dollar(TWD), U.S. Dollar(USD), Venezuelan bol?var fuerte(VEF) and South African Rand(ZAR).
The converter can also be applied to other fuels, such as diesel, kerosene, naphtha, Ethanol.
2 out of 3 is as useless as nothing.
I see the volume / weight converter, and the separate currency converter, but where is the specific heat energy converter to compare "diesel, kerosene, naptha, Ethanol" and "other fuels"?