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Propane
Propane Prices
C3H8
HD5 (customer grade, 90% minimum purity, maximum 5% propylene) and HD10 (maximum 10% propylene).
Propane is mainly employed as fuel for engines and heating applications (domestic and industrial); in the production of a host of organic chemicals in steam cracking; as a refrigerator; and as a propellant.
ethylene; propylene; and acrylonitrile.
  • Liquefied petroleum gas (fractionation, coproduced with butanes).
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Propane is an alkane which occurs naturally in petroleum and natural gas. Propane is in the group of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) along with butane, propylene, butylene, isobutylene. It is hardly found in nature, besides petroleum deposits. Propane was discovered in 1857; however, it only became industrially produced in the start of the twentieth century, when it started being a component in gasoline in the United States. It is widely used in domestic applications and in the chemical industry.
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Propane Prices

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Chart Description. Intratec provides Propane prices in several countries, as follows:

  • United States Flag United States: export price, FOB (1)
  • Netherlands Flag Netherlands: import price, CIF (1)
  • Japan Flag Japan: import price, CIF
  • India Flag India: import price, CIF
  • Brazil Flag Brazil: import price, CIF
  • South Africa Flag South Africa: export price, FOB (1)

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About Propane. Propane is an alkane which occurs naturally in petroleum and natural gas. Propane is in the group of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) along with butane, propylene, butylene, isobutylene. It is hardly found in nature, besides petroleum deposits. Propane was discovered in 1857; however, it only became industrially produced in the start of the twentieth century, when it started being a component in gasoline in the United States. It is widely used in domestic applications and in the chemical industry.

Commercial Grades. HD5 (customer grade, 90% minimum purity, maximum 5% propylene) and HD10 (maximum 10% propylene).

Uses. Propane is mainly employed as fuel for engines and heating applications (domestic and industrial); in the production of a host of organic chemicals in steam cracking; as a refrigerator; and as a propellant.

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Raw Materials & Production Processes.

  • Liquefied petroleum gas (fractionation, coproduced with butanes).

Derivatives. ethylene; propylene; and acrylonitrile.

Chemical Formula. C3H8

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