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Monthly Archive: December 2011


Propane Engine Fuel Roadmap

More than 700 million gallons of propane is used by Americans each year for engine fuel and is largely attributed to propane’s advantages as a clean and efficient alternative to gasoline and diesel fuel. Although propane is clearly the “fuel of choice” in several key segments in the engine fuel market, more opportunities exist for… Continue reading »


EPA Approves Propane Autogas Conversion System

2011 ended on a great note for the propane autogas industry! This month,Alliance AutoGas and conversion equipment provider and co-founding partner American Alternative Fuel have been given the go-ahead by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to  convert more than 200 vehicle types to run on propane autogas. Alliance AutoGas provides both bi-fuel and propane-dedicated  conversions… Continue reading »


Propane Challenge: Funding Ideas-Fueling Innovation

For more than a decade, the Propane Education & Research Council has funded the research and development of new propane-fueled products that Americans can use at home, at work, on the road, and on the farm. The Council’s investment in new propane technology has helped customers cut their operating costs and curb their carbon emissions;… Continue reading »


Texas Propane Fleets Wishes You And Your Family A Merry Christmas!


Propane Fueling Station Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Join me Thursday, January 5, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. as Williamson County celebrates the opening of its new propane fueling station with a ribbon cutting ceremony.  The station is located at the J.B. & Hallie Jester Williamson County Annex at 1781 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock, Texas. The ceremony will take place at the tank… Continue reading »

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