LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) is a combination of propane gas and butane gas. Liquefied petroleum gas is produced during the refining of oil and natural gas. In its natural state it is gaseous but it is stored, under pressure, as a liquid in the liquefied petroleum gas tank. It is an odourless gas, but to make it easier to identify an odour has been added to it.
Driving on autogas is also very useful to lower the emissions against diesel or petrol. In that way, we can help the environment directly.
Autogas reduces 21% CO2, 95% fine particles relative to petrol, and 74% nitrogen reduction relative to diesel.
Autogas is fitting exactly into the thought of the Circular Economy, using the things that are available and are very beneficial. Autogas is widely available throughout Europe with a very complete network of filling stations.