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Propane Canada

Propane Canada LogoPROPANE CANADA is published six times a year: (November/December; January/February; March/April; May/June; July/August; September/October). The book is edited for the Canadian LP Gas industry and devotes its entire energies to the promotion and well-being of this segment of the oil and gas marketplace.

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4: Column

• New Propane Gauge Evolution & Innovation
• Why Propane Marketers Are Required to Have Security Plans

8: Pipelines

• Michigan & Enbridge Energy Agree to Replace Line 5
• USMCA Protects Trans Mountain from Money Problems: Experts

12: Leak Detection

• Diversco Supply Introduces Presto-Tap Leak Detection System for Propane Piping to Canadian Marketplace

14: LNG Projects

• B.C.’s Kitimat LNG Deal has Horgan Juggling
Greens, Liberals, & Environmentalists
• What B.C.’s LNG Megaproject Means for Two Proposed
Nova Scotia Facilities

20: Retail Sector

• Superior Plus Buys United Liquid Gas Co.

22: CPA Round-up

• Propane: Affordable, Available, & Amazing
• Success on the Golf Course
• 2018 Alberta Seminar Held in Red Deer, AB
• CPA Ontario Seminar Held in Heart of Cottage Country

30: Ad Index

30: Calendar

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Did you know that the Department of Transportation Code of Federal Regulations (49 CFR 172.802) requires companies that transport hazmat to have a written security plan? Experts estimate that 30 per cent of propane companies do not have a DOT security plan. A security plan and proper training is essential to avoid safety hazards and ensure that your employees take proper action in the event of a propane emergency.