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Liquefied Petroleum Gas
What is Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)?
Liquefied Petroleum Gas, also referred to as LPG, or Propane, is one of our country's most versatile and clean burning fuels, that is made in the U.S.A., and also imported from Canada and Mexico.
Petroleum Gas presently provides about
5% of our country's total energy requirements.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas such as Propane exists in liquid and gas states. At atmospheric pressure and temperatures above – 44 degrees F, Liquefied Petroleum Gas is a non-toxic, colorless and odorless gas.
Just like natural gas, an identifying odor called Mercaptan is added to Liquefied Petroleum Gas so it can be readily detected in the event of a leak.
contained in an approved cylinder or tank, Liquefied
Petroleum Gas (Propane) exists as a liquid and vapor. The vapor is
released from the container as a clean-burning fuel gas. Liquefied
Petroleum Gas (Propane) is 270 times more compact as a liquid than as
a gas, making it economical to store and transport as a liquid.
Approximately 90 percent of the United States’ LPG supply is produced domestically, while 70% of the remaining supply is imported from Canada and Mexico. Approximately equal amounts of Liquefied Petroleum Gas comes from crude oil refining and gas processing.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas is a readily available and secure energy resource that is clean burning and has about 50% less greenhouse gas emissions than electricity and coal. Liquefied Petroleum Gas is already an approved, alternative fuel vehicle fuel listed in the 1990 Clean Air Act, as well as the National Energy Policy Act of 1992.
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What is the "Midstream Oil and Gas" sector?
The midstream oil and gas sector receives the oil and natural gas from the upstream oil and natural gas sector and provides initial gas processing, terminalling and storage, and transports the oil and natural gas and natural gas liquids for further natural gas treating and desulfurization "downstream." The natural gas may be processed or treated in the midstream sector through gas processing or natural gas treating facilities for producing pipeline quality gas for direct sale to a interstate or intrastate natural gas pipeline, and may bypass the downstream oil and natural gas sector entirely.
The downstream sector usually refers to crude oil refineries and the selling and distribution of natural gas and products derived from crude oil. These products include Liquefied Petroleum Gas or "LPG," gasoline, jet fuel, diesel fuel, and other fuel oils, as well as asphalt and petroleum coke.
What is the "Upstream Oil and Gas" sector?
The Upstream Oil and Gas sector is one of the three primary sectors in the oil and natural gas industry which includes the following three major segments:
and Gas segment is a term that refers to the searching,
drilling and production of crude oil and natural gas. The Upstream
Oil and Gas segment is also known as the "exploration
and production" or "E&P" segment.
The Upstream Oil and Gas segment includes; exploring for potential underground (or underwater) oil and natural gas fields (or reservoirs), drilling of exploratory wells, and operating/producing the oil and natural gas wells that "pay" with crude oil and/or natural gas.
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