Propane and Butane: Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)
Dependable and efficient fuel for your off-grid business
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What is Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)?
LPG refers to two types of natural gas (Propane and Butane). These are natural by-products of gas and oil extraction (66%) and oil refining (34%).
It’s an exceptional and efficient source of energy – that would otherwise go to waste if not captured – and has become a vital part of the UK’s off-grid energy mix. LPG is used as fuel for vehicles, heating appliances, and cooking equipment.
What is LPG used for?
LPG is an incredibly versatile fuel with thousands of uses and it can be used practically anywhere.
It’s used across a vast array of commercial industries:
- Caravan parks
- Industrial heating
- Manufacturing processes, (including steam generation)
- Forklift trucks
- Fleet vehicles
You can find an exhaustive list on the UKLPG website.
Why should I use LPG?
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