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Joe McCarthy is an Associate Editor of LP Gas Magazine. You can contact him at jmccarthy@northcoastmedia.net and at 216-363-7930.

Posts by Joe McCarthy

P3 Propane Safety adds senior consultant to safety team Posted on 11 Dec 2018 in the News categories.

Brent Cammett brings over 20 years of propane safety experience to his new role as senior consultant at P3 Propane Safety. Read more»

Discussing the future of the propane industry Posted on 10 Dec 2018 in the Featured categories.

Four propane retailers share thoughts on the future success and key issues facing the industry the 2018 LP Gas Growth Summit. Read more»

Texas school district uses grants to expand school bus fleet Posted on 07 Dec 2018 in the News categories.

Leander Independent School District received $740,000 in funding from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to purchase 24 propane-powered school buses. Read more»

Supply challenges and the gallon challenge Posted on 07 Dec 2018 in the Featured categories.

Dale Delay of Cost Management Solutions, Randy Thompson of ThompsonGas address attendees at the LP Gas Growth Summit. Read more»

LPG Spotlight: Wilson Oil & Propane Posted on 19 Nov 2018 in the Featured categories.

Southeastern Pennsylvania fuel distributor uses Facebook to enhance customer contact. Read more»

A Propane Personality: NPGA’s Sarah Reboli Posted on 13 Nov 2018 in the Featured categories.

A conversation with the director, regulatory affairs for the National Propane Gas Association. Read more»

EDP acquires South Carolina-based Carmichael Propane Posted on 13 Nov 2018 in the News categories.

Energy Distribution Partners acquired South Carolina-based Carmichael Propane. This is EDP's second acquisition in the state. Read more»

Palmer Gas & Oil acquires Lamprey Energy Posted on 12 Nov 2018 in the News categories.

Palmer Gas & Oil acquired the assets of Lamprey Energy, expanding the company's reach in New England. Read more»

Roush CleanTech engine fueled by renewable propane Posted on 12 Nov 2018 in the News categories.

The 0.02 grams per brake horsepower-hour engine from Roush CleanTech can run on renewable propane. Read more»

Renewable propane may be the key to the industry’s future Posted on 12 Nov 2018 in the Featured categories.

Industry leaders say renewable propane should hold a place in LPG's offerings; new development mean that time may be near. Read more»