The Gas Affair - Facts About Gas

In this series of articles we discuss the history of gas as well as address the myths.  These articles will generally provide you with more information about this fantastic resource.

What does LPG stand for?

LPG is an anagram for Liquified Petroleum Gases and used to describe the group of gases which include:

  • Propane
  • butane
  • propylene
  • butadiene
  • butylene
  • isobutylene

Combinations of any of the above as mixtures will aslo be classified as LPG gases.

Written by: Gas Guy

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