Propane Basics

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  • The United States is a net exporter of propane, with 98% of propane used in the US sourced domestically.
  • Strong growth in propane supply is projected to come from the Marcellus shale play in the northeastern U.S. Industry insiders estimate the Marcellus shale single-handedly can supply more than 2 billion gallons of propane per year.
  • Because of the extreme growth in U.S. sources of propane, the U.S. produces more than enough propane to meet current demand.

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