What is LPG

LPG or Liquefied Petroleum Gas is extracted alongside natural gas and is also a bi-product of the oil refining process. The primary use in the UK is in the form of propane which is used for autogas as well as heating and cooking in domestic, commercial and agricultural environments. When stored under pressure it becomes a dense liquid.

 

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