Natural Gas - English

    What is LPG

    Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) includes propane, butane, butadiene, isopropane, propylene, and vinyl chloride monomer, which are all by-products of the production of oil and natural gas. LPGs have a variety of uses including as a cooking/heating fuel, refinery feedstock, automotive power, and numerous other plastics and chemicals applications. another definition of LPG is that LPG is a mixture of commercial butane and commercial propane having both saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons. LPG marketed in India shall be governed by Indian Standard Code IS-4576 (Refer Table 1.0) and the test methods by IS-1448. The Chemistry of LPG Atoms of hydrogen (H) and carbon (C) combine to form hydrocarbon molecules which can be…