Propane is an alkane with the molecular formula C3H8, and it is also known commercially as Hydrocarbon Gas Liquid (HGL) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) (LPG). It is a gas at standard room temperature and pressure, but it can be compressed to become a liquid, making transportation easier. It can be found in natural gas and petroleum deposits.
Propane is a nonrenewable chemical that is a byproduct of the natural gas and refining industries. It is commonly used as a fuel and is a byproduct of the natural gas and refining industries. Propane is primarily used as a fuel. Propane can be used in a variety of ways, including as a fuel for fleet vehicles, appliances, and residential, commercial, and chemical refineries.
Because of developing economies' industrial expansion plans, an increase in demand for propane from the industrial and residential sectors is expected in the coming years. Metal processing industries are also avid propane consumers, using it to power cutting torches, soldering and vulcanizing equipment, among other appliances, which is expected to drive propane growth in the coming years.
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