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Lanitis Gas - Facts

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is a naturally occurring by-product that is recovered during the extraction of natural gas from the earth (60%) and produced during the refining of crude oil (40%). It was first commercialised in the early 20th century (around 1912) and was for a long time wasted through venting or flaring (i.e. the burning off of unwanted gas).

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