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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Propane?

Propane — sometimes known as liquefied petroleum gas, or LPG — is a gas

normally compressed and stored as a liquid. It is nontoxic, colorless, and

odorless; an identifying odor is added so it can be detected. Propane is most

commonly used for space and water heating, for cooking, and as fuel for engine

applications such as forklifts; however, its applications are rapidly growing due to

new technology developments. When used as vehicle fuel, propane is known as

propane autogas.

Where Does Propane Come From?

Propane is primarily a byproduct of domestic natural gas processing, though

some propane is produced from crude oil refining and from renewable sources.

U.S. propane supplies are becoming increasingly abundant due in large part to

increased supplies of natural gas.

Who Uses Propane?

Propane is used in 12 million households as well as many businesses for heat and

water heating, indoor cooking, clothes drying, and backup power. Tens of millions more

use it for outdoor cooking. Additionally, many industries increasingly choose propane to

fuel vehicles and equipment cost-effectively while lowering emissions.

How is Propane Distributed?

With up to 56,000 miles of pipeline and thousands of propane suppliers

nationwide, propane is widely available and easily portable. For vehicles, there are

thousands of propane autogas refueling stations across the country. Propane is

the only alternative fuel with fueling stations in every state.