LPG definition

LPG means liquid petroleum gases.
LPG means liquified petroleum gas such as propane or butane.

Examples of LPG in a sentence

  • Portable Liquefied Propane Gas (LPG) heating appliances shall not be used.

  • Usage of LPG cylinder in the factories (both Shell & Fur) is prohibited for industrial activities.

  • Industrial LPG cylinders shall only be allowed if accompanied by a certificate from gas companies about the end use for which it is issued.

  • In case any discrepancy is observed by the tenderers, they should put a claim to the TM (LPG) of the territory or any other officer of BPCL as may be decided by BPCL from time to time along with the details of the statement of such error/ omission in the payment.

  • You must not use portable liquefied propane gas (LPG) heating appliances.


More Definitions of LPG

LPG means Liquefied Petroleum Gas conforming to IS : 4576.
LPG means liquefied petroleum gas which is composed of propane and butane liquefied by storage under pressure;
LPG means liquefied petroleum gas (see 1.2.1);
LPG. ’ means liquefied petroleum gases consisting predominantly of propane, butanes and ethane.
LPG means liquified petroleum gas;
LPG means liquefied petroleum gas, which is a mixture principally of butane and propane liquefied by pressure and temperature.
LPG means a mixture of Propane and Butane separated from Natural Gas by compression, extraction or other processes and marketed in conformity with the quality and specifications established by Pakistan Standard Specification No. 1705-1976 for Commercial Butane - Propane Mixture as amended from time to time.