Liquefied Petroleum Gas

LPG consists primarily of propane and butane. It is produced alongside natural gas and oil production and is a byproduct of the refinery process. Although tied to refining and the production of natural gas and crude oil, LPG has its own distinct supply chain and market structures.



LPG is a clean energy source relative to other fossil fuels and has numerous applications such as in residential and commercial heating, cooking, fuel for transportation and as a petrochemical and refinery feedstock. The largest consumer of LPG globally is the retail market, which accounts for about 60% of total LPG consumption.


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