LPG is a clean, high octane, abundant and eco-friendly fuel. Almost two-thirds of LPG is sourced from Natural Gas and the rest from refineries.

According to the UN International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), LPG is not a greenhouse gas, meaning it is assigned a global warming potential (GWP) factor of zero.

The GWP factor of CO2 is 1 while that of methane is 25. In comparison to most hydrocarbons, LPG has a low carbon to hydrogen ratio replica horloges, which means that it generates lower amounts of carbon dioxide per amount of heat produced.

LPG is a gas at atmospheric pressure and normal temperatures, but it can be liquefied when moderate pressure is applied or when the temperature is sufficiently reduced. This property makes the fuel an ideal energy source for a wide range of applications, as it can be easily condensed, packaged, stored, and utilized. When the pressure is released, the liquid makes up about 250 times its volume as gas, so large amounts of energy can be stored and transported compactly.

Closer home, in India, LPG’s coverage is almost universal, with its availability reaching almost 100% in the last few years.

LPG is up to 5 times more efficient than traditional fuels, resulting in less energy waste and a better use of our planet’s resources. The same LPG cylinder can be used with many different appliances. Simply disconnect the hose from a product and reattach it to another product. The same LPG container for many applications

LPG is an environmentally friendly fuel with reduced pollutant emissions.

Harmful particulate emissions are absent. Compared to gasoline engines, CO & CO2 emissions are reduced by more than 50%, and other pollutants such as HC-NOx are reduced by up to 35%.

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