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Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), or liquefied petroleum gas, is natural gas or a flammable hydrocarbon gas mixture that is processed in oil refineries. LPG is a mixture of gases such as propane and butane, and when liquefied it becomes easier to store and transport. LPG is generally used for heating and cooking purposes in homes and businesses. It can also be used as vehicle fuel. The environmental benefits of LPG are that it produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions and has lower particulate matter emissions than conventional petroleum-derived fuels. Therefore, many countries encourage the use of LPG.

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