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What is LPG?

LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) 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.

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