LPG has more than 1,000 applications: it is used in transportation, in commercial business, industry, farming, domestic heating and cooking, and for recreational purposes. The domestic sector is one of the most popular applications for LPG with almost 47% of the global demand for LPG coming from residential cooking and heating demands.

Only LPG can serve such a wide variety of uses such as cooking fuel for a family in Beirut and a community kitchen in India, refrigeration for a shop owner in Brazil, autogas for taxis in Tokyo, welding for car manufacturers in Germany, heat for the family home in Canada, flame weeding for a rancher in Texas, heat to provide lift for the first solo non-stop round the world balloon expedition, hair spray for the Hollywood stars and life-saving fuel for Mt Everest climbers. LPG even powers the Olympic torch. That’s why it is referred to as the world’s most multi-purpose energy.