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Advances in efficiency and fuel quality management in production, at the bulk plant, and during propane distribution position the industry to provide high-quality propane to any consumer who demands it.  Through the Propane Education & Research Council, the propane industry is investing in the development of best practices for propane production and processing to ensure that the industry can respond to increasing demand for propane and that propane fuel can meet the energy reliability, environmental, and cost requirements of current and future propane applications.


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Propane won't ignite when combined with air unless the source of ignition reaches at least 920 degrees Fahrenheit. In contrast, gasoline will ignite when the source of ignition reaches only 430 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Propane equipment and appliances are manufactured to rigorous safety standards

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