Archive: Propane

Natural Gas vs. Propane vs. Electric: Which One Heats More Efficiently?

All types of heating have their pros and cons, below are comparisons of Natural Gas, Propane, and Electric heat sources.

Natural Gas vs. Propane:

Both are fossil fuels and are largely produced ... read more,

Key Points for Opposition of HB 107

Both the PA industry retail fuel Associations, Pennsylvania Petroleum Association (PPA) and Pennsylvania Propane Gas Association (PAPGA), have supplied key points and an outreach strategy to express opposition to House Bill ... read more,

AMERIgreen’s Top 10 Blog Posts of 2016

We reviewed our top blog stories from this past year and wanted to share with you the top 10:

1.  What is the Difference Between Liquid Propane and Propane Gas – Video This ... read more,

What is the Difference Between Liquid Propane and Propane Gas?

Before propane is used, it exists in one of two forms, liquid or gas (or vapor). Both liquid propane and gas are usable but cannot be used interchangeably. In other ... read more,

AMERIgreen Fall/Winter Newsletter 2016

Propane Price Protection

As we passed the midpoint of September, propane inventories were above 100 million barrels, and some in the industry feel we could surpass last year’s 106 million high point before ... read more,

Geneva Propane Terminal Facility – Now Available For Supply

AMERIgreen Energy is proud to make available a new propane terminal facility in Geneva, NY. This location will be for transport loading only, with on-site storage. We will have flexible loading ... read more,

Insider’s Guide: Exploring Bethlehem’s National Museum of Industrial History

Ryan Kneller, Reporter, The Morning Call

Propane

Photo credits to Shelby @ PAPGA

Like the steel and silk industries, propane production also has a strong local connection.

In 1910, Allentown chemist Walter O. ... read more,

What is the difference between LP and propane gas?

Propane Inventory Trends

by Bob Troop, Director of Propane

As it appears the Winter of 2015- 2016 is coming to a close, we look back on a supply season that was for the most ... read more,