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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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06 COLUMN

  • Embrace the Digital Horizon for Enhanced Customer Experiences

  • Price Volatility Is Not A Monster and it’s Not the Only Volatility You have to Manage

10 WORLD OUTLOOK 2030

  • International Energy Agency Forecasts World Energy Outlook 2023-2030

18 POLICY

  • Canada Introduces Framework to Cap GhG Pollution from Oil & Gas Sector

20 LPG HOSES

  • Ice Shield Hoses Keep Propane Flowing at Minus 45°C 

20 AUTOGAS

30 PROPANE NEWS/CALENDAR OF EVENTS/AD INDEX


Front Cover

 

Industrial Hose Sales & Engineering Inc. looks like a godsend to propane users in Canada’s frigid climate. The company’s ice shield LPG hose is not only very flexible, but pumps at bone-chilling temperatures of minus 45° Celsius (-65° Fahrenheit). It also works brilliantly at 40°C (104°F), making it the most adaptable all-weather LPG hose for ships, trains, crop drying, bobtails, LPG transfer, temporary heating, RVs, and even BBQ grilles.

Photo courtesy of Paul Weil.