LPG A Growing Global Market

LPG sector continues to grow reasonably steadily and we are strategically positioned to take advantage of increasing gas demand from the developing world. LPG is a cleaner and affordable alternative for meeting energy needs and current environmental trends are in favour of the use of alternative fuels.

Why Invest in LPG?

 

LPG can be accessible to everyone everywhere today without major infrastructure investment, particularly in areas of developing countries with no access to modern, grid-based energy. Nothing needs to be invented and there are enough reserves to last many decades.

LPG is very clean burning and has lower greenhouse gas emissions than any other fossil fuel when measured on a total fuel cycle. Originating mainly from natural gas production, it will not contaminate soil or aquifers in the event of a leak.

LPG is a multi-purpose energy. There are more than a thousand applications, from cooking, heating, air conditioning and transportation, to cigarette lighters and even the Olympic torch.

LPG is cost-effective, since a high proportion of its energy content is converted into heat. LP Gas can be up to five times more efficient than traditional fuels, resulting in less energy wastage and better use of our planet's resources.

LPG can be transported, stored, and used virtually anywhere in the world. It does not require a fixed network and will not deteriorate over time.

LPG compared to other fuels has an excellent safety record worldwide when handled properly and is non-toxic.

The Story of LPG

LPG, the World's Multi-Purpose Energy

For LPG, the growth momentum in the last decades of the twentieth century has shifted from the Western world to Middle East and the Far East in particular. However about half of total LPG demand comes from the residential-commercial market. The attractiveness of LPG as a household cooking and heating fuel with its clean portable energy for a minimum of investment has proven to be universal.


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LPG serves an amazingly wide variety of uses such as:
  • Cooking fuel for a family in South Africa,
  • A community kitchen in India,
  • Refrigeration for a shop owner in Brazil,
  • Auto gas for taxis in Tokyo,
  • Welding for car manufacturers in Germany,
  • Heat for the family home in Canada,
  • Flame weeding for a rancher in Texas,
  • Heat to provide lift for the first solo non-stop round the world balloon expedition,
  • Hair spray for the Hollywood starlets
  • Life saving fuel for Mt Everest climbers,
  • Emergency situations (earthquakes, flooding, post-war, humanitarian crises, etc).
  • LPG even powers the Olympic torch.