LP Gas - Frequently Asked Questions
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Liquefied Petroleum Gas, better known as LP Gas, consists of Butane or Propane gas which, when compressed, turns to liquid and can then easily be pumped at high pressure into a tank or cylinder. Its physical and combustion properties make it a clean fuel that burns completely and emits significantly less pollutants than petrol or diesel therefore making it a much more environmentally friendly fuel.
In liquid form the gas is only half the weight of water. LP Gas can be easily transported by ship, road tanker and in portable cylinders. There are virtually no limitations to where LP Gas can be made available. It has been used as an automotive fuel for over 70 years. In fact, according to a 1996 Marketline Report (titled: Market Developments in Global Automotive LP Gas) LP Gas has become the world's most important alternative automotive fuel, outperforming all other fuels in terms of both environmental benefits and economic value.Find out more about LP Gas
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