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pro·pane

(prō'pān),
The 3-carbon member of the alkane series of hydrocarbons.

pro·pane

(prō'pān)
One of the alkane series of hydrocarbons.

propane

(prō′pān)
An inflammable odorless, colorless hydrocarbon, C3H8, that is present in natural gas.
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My office will continue to work with United Propane Gas to ensure the agreement is carried out in the best interest of Kentuckians.
Established by Pat Armentano in 1968, the family-owned and operated company provides propane gas services to residential, commercial and wholesale markets from locations throughout the United States.
While they may dream about liquefied natural gas, utilities are not able to obtain the industry's benchmark Henry Hub rates because they are not in the US, Serafin said, adding that the difference between non-US LNG and propane gas "is not that enormous.
The crisis led some gas shops to close, thereby creating a black market for the sale of propane gas.
The tanker, which belongs to a company in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, left Yokohama port after loading 700 tons of propane gas and was heading to Shimizu port in Shizuoka Prefecture, according to the coast guard.
If you have an older propane gas tank that has been denied refilling by retailers, it is probably because it lacks an Overfilling Prevention Device (OPD).
Responding to a call of alleged trespassers and a strong odor of propane gas in a vacant house, Sergeant Sam Baker and Deputies James Nettles and Jaime Swetich of the White Pine Country, Nevada, Sheriff's Office arrived at the house.
Mexico already has a few stations that provide alternative fuels but, with the implementation of this program, propane gas stations will be built all over the city.
The recent surge in crude oil import prices induced by the Iraq crisis have translated into higher prices in such petroleum products as kerosene, premium high-octane gasoline, and other related fossil fuel products as propane gas, the Oil Information Center said Wednesday.
In the study, the team observed four-atom clusters of iridium metal catalyzing reactions such as the conversion of mixed propylene and hydrogen into propane gas.
This new requirement to obtain certificates of fitness adds to the strict rules that already exist regarding transporting liquid propane gas (LPG) cylinders.
The side burner's propane gas hose can twist up toward the aluminum casting on the grill, the agency said, which could cause overheating and could lead to the hose melting.