If you’ve never used propane before, you probably have some questions. It’s a bit different than flipping a switch for electricity. But don’t worry, we’ll walk you through what you need to know. Here are some quick facts about propane, courtesy of PropaneCouncil.Org.
Where does propane come from?
Propane is a byproduct of natural gas processing and crude oil refining. That means the supply of propane depends on the supplies of both forms of energy. It can also mean sporadic shortages. However, there is usually enough propane produced in America to meet demand at home and to export to other countries.
How is propane different from other fuels?
It’s affordable, clean-burning and produced domestically. It’s also relatively abundant.
How can you use propane?
Propane can be used almost anywhere. It can power vehicles, heat your home and fuel your appliances. It’s also used on farms, in fleets, on construction sites and more.
To find out more about propane contact Lakes Gas.