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the imperial gallon (≈ 4.546 l) which is used colloquially in the United Kingdom and semi-officially within Canada, the United States liquid gallon (≈ 3.79 l)
The imperial gallon The imperial (UK) gallon, defined as 4.54609 L, is used in some Commonwealth countries, was originally based on the volume of 10 pounds of water at 62 °F. (A US liquid gallon of water weighs about 8.33 pounds at the same temperature.) The imperial fluid ounce is defined as 1⁄160 of an imperial gallon.
Originally posted by stirling
Alberta Sask and Manitoba, as well as the NWT and northern BC all have wells producing something...nat gas etc....
There are many capped oil wells in northern alberta from what i hear...not even producing ...
Id like to see an accounting of whats tapped but not in production, and why?
The same ive heard for the US....What gives?
we gonna burn all theirs in exchange for our paper thingys and then use our own while thumbing our noses at humanity?
Originally posted by Klassified
Go here, and you can see what everyone in the United States and Canada is paying.
Don't know if they have this map for Europe or not, haven't looked.
Originally posted by aquarius7More specifically, Norway pays the highest prices for gas world-wide(double what Americans pay)