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LPG

abbr.
liquefied petroleum gas

LPG

abbreviation for
(Elements & Compounds) liquefied petroleum gas

LPG

liquefied petroleum gas.
Translations

LPG

[ˌɛlpiːˈdʒiː] n (=liquefied petroleum gas) → GPL mL-plate [ˈɛlpleɪt] n (British) plaque portant un L rouge ("Learner" ou apprenti), apposée sur le véhicule d'un apprenti conducteur
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The ECC also acceded to a proposal for levying of regulatory duty on import of Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG).
On completion the projects will produce 45 million standard cu ft of gas, 20,000 barrels of exportable condensates per day and 80 tonnes of liquified petroleum gas each day.
The production of jute batching oil surged by 36 percent while the production of Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) increased by 12.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Managing Director of Fajr Jam Gas Refining Company Hadi Hashemzadeh Farhang says since the Iranian calendar year of 1392 (2013-14), his refinery has produced and marketed 87,000 tons of liquified petroleum gas (LPG).
ventured into online commerce in order to grow its client base for its three-year-old liquified petroleum gas (LPG) business in the country.
According to an official source, the number of trucks distributing the cylinders has declined since Friday, after the delivery of large quantities of LPG, or liquified petroleum gas.
Summary: This week, the World Bank announced the approval of a $500 million loan to Egypt to assist in a program that would allow households to switch from costly liquified petroleum gas -- or propane -- for home use to a link to a more affordable national gas grid.
In this area, a sevel million cubic metre dredging project had happened in a span of 18 months to help ships transport liquified petroleum gas.
ISLAMABAD -- The All Pakistan Distributors Association of the Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) has called for taking solid steps to maintain price of the fuel at affordable level for extending relief to its consumers.
Hexcel Chemical Products Ltd shook as liquified petroleum gas ignited in a pipeline running past the factory.
Diesel, kerosene and liquified petroleum gas are all fuels used by the poor and by public transport.