Gas (LPG)

Composition of liquefied gas is regulated by DSTU 4047-2001.

Liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) are a mixture of light hydrocarbons liquefied under pressure with a boiling point from -50 to 0°C. They are intended for use as fuel, as well as a raw material for organic synthesis.

LPG composition may vary considerably. Their main components are propane, isobutane, and n-butane. For LPG transportation on railways, we use tank cars of a special design. For transportation, we use our own specialized road trains. LPG is one of the most widely used fuels in the world.

LPG advantages:

  • Maximum combustion reduces the number of harmful emissions, to improve ecological situation in large cities;
  • Increase in the lifespan of engines and their components;
  • LPG anti-detonation properties enhance engine capacity and reduce its specific fuel consumption.
  • CPBM
  • APB
  • AP
  • TB
  • PF
  • PBT

Certificate of conformity

Liquefied gas for export