What is LPG?
LPG stands for ‘Liquefied Petroleum Gas’ and is mainly composed of propane and butane. LPG is produced either directly through the processing of crude oil and natural gas, or as a byproduct of the petroleum refining process.
What is LPG used for?
LPG Autogas is widely used as a fuel for private and commercial cars. There are more than 490,000 light vehicles that run on LPG in Australia.
What are the benefits of using LPG?
LPG Autogas is an affordable, environmentally-friendly and widely available fuel.
Autogas is cheaper than unleaded petrol at around 60 per cent of the price, and produces between 10 to 16 per cent less Green House Gas emissions.
It’s also easily accessible as there are more than 3,700 Autogas refueling stations across Australia.
Using Autogas is better for car engines too because it reduces wear and carbon build-up on internal engine parts.