Senate to explore causes of propane shortage

April 29, 2014 By    

The U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources is holding a hearing May 1 to examine the causes of last winter’s propane shortage. According to the National Propane Gas Association (NPGA), its chairman, France Propane’s Gary France, will testify on the panel. NPGA expects representatives from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the Department of Energy and others from the supply chain to testify, as well.

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  1. Mary Beth Jensen says:

    Just ready to send in a LP
    contract for the next season:

    $1.79 at 1676 gallons… $3,000.04 (up 30%)

    While I listen to Pres. Obama & Merkel of Germany speak of our sending “natural gas” (& LP) to European countries… while we pay premium prices for LP. Our dealer said we are the largest EXPORTER of LP gas.

    IS THIS A FAIR, current PRICE ??

    Thanks, Mary Beth