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Propane extraction equipment planned for Louisiana facility

April 25, 2013 - By

Crosstex Processing Services LLC selected UOP LLC to build and install fractionation equipment at the Crosstex facility in Plaquemine, La. read more

Small Georgia company invests in propane autogas

April 19, 2013 - By

Jackson Heating & Air recently converted 20 vehicles to propane autogas through the Alliance AutoGas network. read more

Another propane-powered bobtail, truck for the industry

April 19, 2013 - By

Alkane Truck Co. introduced two new propane autogas-powered trucks at the Southeastern Convention & International Propane Expo earlier this week in Atlanta. read more

Worthington acquires cylinder manufacturer

April 19, 2013 - By

The pressure cylinders segment of Worthington Industries Inc. has acquired Palmer Manufacturing & Tank Inc. read more

Western Pennsylvania breaks new ground on autogas

April 19, 2013 - By

Student Transportation Inc. has been awarded a contract with the Gateway School District that will put 80 propane-powered school buses on the road. read more

Feedback on propane mowers is positive from landscapers

April 18, 2013 - By

Landscape contractors who bought a propane-fueled mower through a purchase incentive reported that the fuel cost them nearly 39 percent less than gasoline. read more

Dixon joins AmeriGas as business development director

April 18, 2013 - By

Daniel Dixon, who spent nearly 16 years with Propane Resources, has joined AmeriGas Propane as director of business development. read more

Industry registers suitable heating season

April 17, 2013 - By

As St. Patrick’s Day was easing into a frosty Easter from Denver to Delaware, and Florida’s spring-break revelers were greeted by 46-degree wind chills, many marketers were seeing green as a trend toward diversified supply sources combined with some brisk temperatures to present a relatively smooth and productive overall propane heating season. Margins appear to have held, and propane was... read more

Energy on backburner, but pipeline possibilities aplenty

April 17, 2013 - By

With the consuming focus on sequestration and the federal budget, energy issues appear to be a low priority in Congress and at the White House this year. Moreover, the great political divide over federal spending and tax increases do not bode well for any compromise in Congress that would allow energy issues to move forward. However, there are possibilities. A... read more

Relieve workplace stress with a little fun

April 17, 2013 - By

During end-of-winter months, employee fatigue is a major concern for state executives, safety directors and human resources professionals alike. read more

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