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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

  • Can You Reduce Propane Container Placement Liability Via a Smartphone?

  • Efficiency & Optimization – The Most Over-used Words in Industr

10 RENEWABLE FUELS

  • How Governments Incentivize Renewable Fuels + Lessons for Renewable LPG

  • Bio-dimethyl Ether (rDME): Pathway to rLPG

  • Ensyn Develops Rapid Thermal Processing & Uses Renewable Propane

14 POLYPROPYLENE

  • Heartland Petrochemical Complex Now Fully-Operational

16 PROPANE TANKS

  • Core Fuels & Red Cap Propane Celebrate Installation of Ontario’s First Buried 60,000-Gallon Propane Tank at Stratford Bulk Loading Facility

18 POLYPROPYLENE

  • Heartland Polymers Launches Polypropylene Production in Central Alberta

22 SEMINAR & TOURNEY

  • CPA Hosts 2022 Alberta Seminar & 61st Annual Kandlelighters Golf Tournament

24 AUTOGAS

28 PROPANE NEWS

30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS/AD INDEX


Front Cover

 

More than a decade ago, Inter Pipeline (IPL) took a closer look at polymers and decided it could turn the molecular structure of propane into plastic. By fall 2022, it had successfully built a $3.5 billion complex — a propane dehydrogenation plant, a polypropylene plant, and a central utilities block — to transform Alberta’s plentiful supply of propane into plastic pellets.

Photo courtesy of Inter Pipeline