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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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Current Issue Headlines

6: OPINION

• Don’t You Just Hate Slow News Days?

8: LP TECH INSIDER

• Up and Coming Apps

10: REGULATORY

• Propane Facility Operations & Maintenance Procedures

12: UNITED STATES

• The Role of NGLS in the American Petrochemical Boom
• Was 2017 the Year the U.S. Came into It’s Own as an Energy Exporter?

18: CANADIAN PRODUCERS

• News Round-up

23: PROPANE NEWS

26: SUPPLIER PROFILE

• SignalFire : Determing the best Wireless Frquency

28: TRIBUTE

• A Nostalgic Look at the Propane Industry
• Alberta Oil Industry Pioneer Bob Pahl

30: CALENDAR OF EVENTS, NEXT ISSUE, AD INDEX









FRONT COVER

Will America’s newfound energy strength lead the country along the path to energy isolationism or will it evolve into the energy supplier-of-choice in a global, free trade market?  The first test is the NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) negotiations.  The second is if OPEC runs out of cards and it can become a leader in tight oil production, while the third is determined by the rise of U.S. shale gas being shipped abroad as LNG (liquefied natural gas) and extra barrels of propane being produced from the shales.  All three would signal the ascent of the U.S. as a market leader and price setter.  

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