Propane Commodity Research and Analysis

Propane Commodity Research and Analysis

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Difficult to Expand Short Term Supply?

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Propane Conclusion - Low capacity to increase supply means that an increase in demand for Propane will significantly increase prices.

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Strengths + Opportunities = 5

Threats + Weaknesses = 1

Propane Description Update

Propane is a volatile component in gasoline. Known also as LP gas or liquid petroleum, it is used commonly for fuel to heat homes and fuel cooking stoves today. Propane is also used to fuel some vehicles. Propane is a byproduct from the processing of two other products, natural gas processing and refining petroleum. Propane is a three carbon alkane which is normally a gas but can be liquefied through compression, making it transportable as well. Mixing butane with the propane gas will create liquid petroleum. Propane is a common component used for gas torches, barbeque grills and for home heating purposes as well being combined with butane to fuel some vehicles.

What Increases the Price of Propane?

  • Environmentally Friendly Propane is not only clean and environmentally friendly in its unused state, it produces exhaust emissions that exceed the requirements for clean fuel vehicles and surpass eco-friendly expectations in...
  • Growing Rapidly In New Markets Propane use is growing rapidly in non-industrialized areas of the world. Propane is replacing wood and other traditional fuel sources in such places, where it is now sometimes called cooking gas . ...
  • Limited Supply The quantity of natural resource is limited, so the continued use of natural resources will increase the price of those resources over time unless new sources become available.

What Decreases the Price of Propane?

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