Lighter hydrocarbons (mainly propane and butane) that have been liquefied by special processes.
Gas that occurs naturally as a constituent of wet natural gas or crude oil or produced as a byproduct of petroleum refining.
LPG): LPG is also called propane. A mixture of gaseous hydrocarbons, mainly propane and butane that change into liquid form under moderate pressure. LPG is commonly used as a fuel for rural homes for space and water heating, as a fuel for barbecues and recreational vehicles, irrigation and grain drying and as a transportation fuel. It is normally created as a byâ€“product of petroleum refining and from natural gas production.
Colourless, odourless and non-toxic gas separated from wet natural gas, light crude oil and oil refinery gases. Composed predominantly of the following hydrocarbons or mixtures thereof; propane, propylene, normal butane or isobutene and butylenes.
A mixture of butane, propane and other light hydrocarbons derived from refining crude oil. At normal temperature it is a gas but it can be cooled or subjected to pressure to facilitate storage and transportation.(no entries so far)