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  • Propane is a three-carbon alkane with the molecular formula C3H8, normally a gas, but compressible to a transportable liquid.
  • A by-product of natural gas processing and petroleum refining, it is commonly used as a fuel for engines, oxy-gas torches, barbecues, portable stoves, and residential central heating.
    A mixture of propane and butane, used mainly as vehicle fuel, is commonly known as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG or LP gas).
  • It may also contain small amounts of propylene and/or butylene. All commercial propane fuels include an odorant, almost always ethanethiol, so that people can easily smell the gas in case of a leak.
  • Propane is produced as a by-product of two other processes, natural gas processing and petroleum refining. The processing of natural gas involves removal of butane, propane, and large amounts of ethane from the raw gas, in order to prevent condensation of these volatiles in natural gas pipelines.
  • Additionally, oil refineries produce some propane as a by-product of cracking petroleum into gasoline or heating oil. The supply of propane cannot easily be adjusted to meet increased demand, because of the by-product nature of propane production. About 90% of U.S. propane is domestically produced.
    The advantage of propane in cars is its liquid state at a moderate pressure.
  • Meanwhile it is noticeably cleaner (both in handling, and in combustion), results in less engine wear (due to carbon deposits) without diluting engine oil (often extending oil-change intervals), and until recently was a relative
    bargain in North America.
  • Commercially available "propane" fuel, or LPG, is not pure. Typically in the USA and Canada, it is primarily propane (at least 90%), with the rest mostly ethane, propylene, butane, and odorants including ethyl mercaptan.
  • This is the HD-5 standard, (Heavy Duty-5% maximum allowable propylene content, and no more than 5% butanes and ethane) defined by the American Society for Testing and Materials by its Standard 1835 for internal combustion engines.
  • Not all products labelled "propane" conform to this standard.
  • Propane powers about 190,000 vehicles in the United States and
    more than 14 million worldwide.
  • Propane vehicles are a good choice for many fleet applications, including school buses, shuttle buses, taxis and light-duty trucks. The advantages of propane as an alternative fuel include its domestic availability, performance, safety, and clean-burning qualities.
  • Propane - Introduction
  • What is Propane
  • Propane basics
  • Facts about Propane
  • Alternative fuels
  • Power of Propane


  • Propane (Unstenched) non-odorized
  • CHS Propane
  • Airgas Propane
  • Superior Propane
  • Propane MSDS
  • Propane Datasheet
  • Praxiar Propane
  • Odorized commercial Propane
  • Commercial Odorized Propane
  • MSDS Propane


  • Innovative new Propane products for home
  • Propane products
  • Propane signs and labels
  • Propane label
  • Propane tank exchange stretch labels
  • Propane product showcase
  • Gas grills recalled - regulator can leak Propane gas

Propane related videos

  • DIY propane tank refilling
  • How to convert a propane grill into natural  gas
  • Mythbusters blow up a propane tank
  • Propane (Parody of Cocaine)
  • Strong Propane spud gun

Propane related News

  • Building destroyed after propane tanks explode near Kersey
  • Clear the air on propane fracking
  • Guilford propane tank issue may finally come to end by mid-may
  • Pinnacle propane joins Alliance autogas expanding clean fuel & conversation network to southwest U.S
  • ROUSH clean tech says study fuels support propane GAS act
  • Study says Propane GAS act could create 42,000 new jobs and $29 million in economic gain

Manufacturing process

  • How is Propane made
  • Propane production
  • MK 13A Propane Air gas manufacturing process


  • Catalysts for oxidative dehydrogenation of propane to propylene
  • Propane automotive feed system
  • Propane tank cover
  • Propane bottle carrier
  • Propane injection system
  • Reconditioned propane cylinders
  • Propane tank transport device
  • Propane removal process
  • 1-Trifluoromethylphenyl-2-cyanoalkylamine propane
  • Propane-fuelled cooking apparatus
  • Suppliers of Propane
  • Selling leads of Propane from Delhi
  • Propane Suppliers from Alberta
  • Exporters of Propane
  • Propane supplier in Toronto
  • Suppliers list

Company profiles

  • Company from Delhi
  • Company from New Jersey
  • Company from U.S.A
  • Company from Washington


  • Consultancy from Canada
  • Consultancy from U.S.A
  • Consultancy from Washington
  • Online Consultancy
  • 2010 Propane market outlook
  • New technology drives propane markets
  • Outlook for the U.S propane market
  • Propane market assessment for winter 1997-1998
  • Bringing price plans to propane
  • Suburban propane reduces hardware help desk calls by 33%
  • Economic impact of the propane green auto gas solutions act of 2011
  • UGI increases annual dividend 4% marking the 128th year of common dividends
  • Amerigas propane raises quarterly distribution 5%
  • Propane market study report


  • Propane technology review
  • Propane safety
  • Propane vehicles
  • Ontario Propane safety review
  • Propane awareness and study


  • Feasibility study of Propane distribution throughout Coastal Alaska
  • Study supports switch to Propane water heating
  • Instate Propane utilization study for the alaska gasline development corporation
  • Study of the Propane industry's impact on U.S and state economics
  • Propane fueled microturbine
  • Texas LP gas examination
  • Pyrolysis of propane under vacuum carburizing conditions:
    An experimental and modeling study
  • A comparative study of Propane recovery process
  • Propane reduces greenhouse gas emissions

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