LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas)

Also known as commercial Propane, LPG refers to the lightest (lowest density) liquid fuels produced by a refinery, primarily C3s (Propane) and some C4s (Butane). As a product, it typically refers to commercial Propane, which is primarily Propane with a small amount of Butane.

LPG is commonly used as a fuel where it is valued for being easily transported and is easily vaporized at room temperature to form a fuel gas. In many underdeveloped markets, it is an important cooking fuel. It is often used as a home heating fuel in areas without the infrastructure to provide natural gas. It is also used as a specialty light-vehicle fuel in forklifts and taxi fleets.

Propane in its purer form also has other industrial uses.

Propane is a major feed to steam crackers to produce Ethylene. Propane is used in farming as a drying agent for grain.

The Propane and Butane blended into LPG can come from many different process units in the refinery, as well as from outside sources such as natural gas plants (from separating NGLs) or steam crackers (from C4 raffinates).

Major sources inside the refinery include Atmospheric distillation, FCC, Coker, Reformer


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