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Quarles said the acquisition of PAPCO's propane business is another step toward strategic growth; increasing the company's customer base within its existing delivery territories and expanding into new markets.
Quarles will move the PAPCO propane customers into their present service centres in the South-eastern and Central Virginia market areas.
AmeriGas Propane said its quarterly partnership distribution will be USD0.95 per limited partnership unit.
"There are many fleets throughout the Chicago area using propane to power their vehicles, including passenger vehicles, pickup trucks, police cars, delivery vehicles, cargo vans, shuttles, and school buses," said John Walton, chair, Chicago Area Clean Cities.
Ideal for small office spaces, the unit includes a novel heat exchanger, compressor and controls that require less propane than similar units that are already in use overseas.
He wasn't worried about water in the propane, as that fuel in the tank is always under pressure, with no chance of water or anything else getting into the system.
Propane terminals are large storage facilities that are supplied by either rail or a direct connection to a pipeline.
With two years of performance data collected, the vans logged more than 1.4 million miles on propane with no significant equipment or maintenance issues.
A propane bus costs about $15,000 more than a diesel vehicle, but is less expensive to operate and maintain.
KUWAIT, June 3 (KUNA) -- The Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) announced Wednesday the new prices of liquefied natural gas (LNG) (propane and butane) for this month.