What is LPG
LPG is a hydrocarbon produced from natural gas processing and crude oil refining representing two percent of all petroleum output. It is a mixture of Propane (C3H8) and Butane (C4H10).
LPG is 270 times more compact as a liquid than as a gas making it economical to store and transport as a liquid.
LPG is one of the cleanest-burning fossil fuels with a much lower carbon footprint than fuel oil, coal or wood.
LPG is an energy solution for “off-grid” customers without access to nature gas networks with hundreds of residential, commercial, agricultural and industrial applications.
Why Choose LPG
Environmental Benefits Of LPG
LPG is also a multi-purpose energy with hundreds of applications benefiting nearly every sector.
It is an ideal transition and backup fuel for solar, wind and other renewable energy systems.
LPG produces low greenhouse gas emissions, especially when taking into account the total fuel cycle.