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Liquified Petroleum Gas (more commonly known as LPG or autogas) is an alternative fuel used to power household appliances and vehicles. There are several different varieties of LPG, each of which have different proportions of propane and butane. Liquified Petroleum Gas is created by refining petroleum (e.g. wet natural gas) from fossil fuel sources like crude oil.
LPG is a semi-popular car fuel (called "auto propane"), although studies are inconclusive whether it's actually more efficient than regular gasoline. Still, LPG conversion is offered for many car models, and auto shops offering LPG installation are become more common. Otherwise, LPG is used typically in rural areas to power home appliances, often from outdoor LPG generators.
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