Based on 1 barrel of "west texas intermediate crude".?

how many gallons of regular unleaded gasoline can they get from 1 barrel of crude oil?

A barrel of oil is about 42-3 gallons. Which can produce depending on the refinery, the grade of oil and other factors, about 19-0 gallons of gasoline.
By just distilling out the "gasoline" portion of the mix there is about 10 gallons of gasoline produced. With the best modern refineries, reforming, etc. a little bit more than 20 gallons of gasoline can be obtained. The other 20 gallons in the barrel is still made into useful products, even the sulfur is taken out and sold.

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