Propane has continued to gain popularity as a fuel source due to abundant supplies, low-cost and an environmentally friendly profile compared to other fuels. These benefits in addition to its ease of use have made propane a desirable fuel for home heating, agricultural applications and baseload & backup fuel for industrial thermal processes and electrical power generation, particularly in remote locations lacking access to natural gas pipelines.
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Propane-air, Synthetic Natural Gas, SNG, Propane Blending System, Standby System, Peak Shaving System are all common names in our industry for the application, process or end product that occurs when Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG or propane) is blended with air. Let's call it for this article's sake Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG), because that is really what it is by definition.
Building a new bulk propane plant? Upgrading your existing bulk plant storage capacity? Installing a standby or peak shaving propane-air/SNG plant? Should you be buying a new or used propane storage tank? Below are few things you should consider when making the decision to purchase a bulk propane storage tank.
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