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LPG:

see liquefied petroleum gasliquefied petroleum gas
or LPG,
mixture of gases, chiefly propane and butane, produced commercially from petroleum and stored under pressure to keep it in a liquid state.
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LPG

liquified petroleum gas (LPG)

A petroleum derivative, primarily butane and propane, stored under pressure to maintain its liquid state; used as a fuel for heating and cooking.

LPG

1. Abbr. for liquid petroleum gas.

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Linguaggio Procedure Grafiche (Italian for "Graphical Procedures Language"). dott. Gabriele Selmi. Roughly a cross between Fortran and APL, with graphical-oriented extensions and several peculiarities. Underlies the products of CAD.LAB Spa. "Graphical Procedure Language User's Guide and Reference Manual", CAD.LAB, Bologna, Italy, 1989, order code GO89/9.

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Langage de Programmation Generique. An applicative language, both specification and functional. Special emphasis on parametrised declarations. "Design and Implementation of a Generic, Logic and Functional Programming Language", D. Bert et al, ESOP 86, LNCS 213, Springer 1986.
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So far this year, the non-subsidised LPG rates have come down by Rs 58 in Delhi and Mumbai, Rs 54.
Increase in local LPG production, is likely to reach 2,500 tons a day from current 1,600 tons a day.
Out of total 144 LPG marketing companies operating in the country, he said, only 30 had local quota while remaining 114 were totally depending on imported LPG, adding 'Monthly 40 to 50 percent imported LPG is required to bridge the demand and supply gap.
Chairman of LPG Distribution Association of Pakistan Irfan Khokhar told this scribe that a peculiar LPG mafia on behest of OGRA have made planning to further loot the poor segment of the society.
Talking to media, after the meeting along with importers of LPG , chairman All Pakistan LPG Distributors Association Irfan Khokhar said that imports of LPG would be suspended from February 1, 2018, if government does not withdraw regulatory duty and advance tax on LPG imports.
The Pakistani steel-manufacturing industry also can benefit from the use of LPG.
Worldwide, LPG is used for various purposes: domestic (44 percent), chemical (28 percent), refinery (97 percent), transport (9 percent), industry (11 percent) and agriculture (1 percent).
E&P companies shall directly or through Sui companies exercise their right to set up LPG extraction facilities at gas fields where LPG can be commercially extracted in accordance with the development plan approved by the Government.
The oil firms are also keen to raise LPG sales since unlike LPG for household kitchens, which is sold at a subisidised price, auto LPG is sold at a profit.
He pointed out that some producers are selling LPG at Rs46,500 per ton while others at Rs55,778 per ton.
The three companies will examine various types of integration of all domestic LPG operations, from import, wholesaling to retailing, and the organizational structures of the group of three companies, including integration of import terminals, secondary bases and filling stations, and streamlining of their distribution systems.
LPG consumption in the country is small compared with its large population.