Liquid petroleum gas

Liquid gas also known as Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) – a collective term for gaseous hydrocarbons such as propane, butane or a mix of both – distinguishes itself by the following features:
  • common feature: liquefaction at low pressure and at room temperature
  • is stored in a liquid aggregate state and transported in, for example, steel cylinders, but used in a gaseous state
  • used for heating, cooking and lighting in industry, household and camping and in particular is always used as a fuel alternative to petrol for cars, lorries and buses (autogas); available at selected Eni service stations.

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Last updated on 19/06/12