Learn About Lpg

LP Gas is a general term for a family of liquefied gases, which includes propane and butane gases in their liquid forms. While they are gases at atmospheric pressures and temperature, they can be stored as liquids under pressure and at reduced temperatures. LP Gas can occur naturally with crude oil and natural gas deposits, but can also be produced as a refinery by-product when petrol is made. Automotive LP Gas (autogas) is a mixture of propane and butane. It is not the same as the LP Gas used in domestic and portable LP Gas appliances (which is pure propane), and should not be used with these appliances.