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Biggest Propane Competitor

Biggest Propane Competitor

Natural Gas is a common competitor of propane due to its low price. Learn more about why propane is a great choice and why with CoEnergy Propane you can get a low price all year long. What Is Natural Gas? Natural gas is a fossil fuel that is extracted from the ground....

How to safely use propane

How to safely use propane

Despite every precaution, accidents can occur. Propane gas leaks, a clogged burner, or a natural disaster can quickly become a problem if simple safety guidelines are not followed. Making sure you have properly installed your propane tanks and that your whole family...

Propane as autogas is the latest trend!

Propane as autogas is the latest trend!

Autogas is one of the biggest trends in the industry. As more organizations adopt propane-powered vehicles, retailers have a new opportunity to expand their businesses and grow gallons. CoEnergy Propane has a great experience with helping people convert their cars to...

Why should you convert your car?

Pay Less — Propane costs less at the pump than gasoline! Easy — Almost all gasoline engine can be easily converted to burn propane! Cleaner Burning — Ultra-low emissions that exceed the Clean-Air Act of 1995! Less Maintenance — A propane powered engine could last up...

How Propane is Made

How Propane is Made

Did you know Propane is a by-product of natural gas processing and crude oil refining with almost equal amounts of production derived from each of these sources. Most of the propane consumed in the United States is produced in North America. Production Propane is...

Crab Fest!

Crab Fest!

A timely reminder that if you are planning on buying your Greater Albany Rotary Crab Fest tickets online, online sales stop at midnight tonight and all further tickets will be sold at the door starting at Noon tomorrow. Thank you and we look forward to...

Is Propane Made In The USA?

Is Propane Made In The USA?

Propane is a Safe Fuel Like gasoline, propane is flammable, but has a much smaller range of flammability than gasoline and much higher ignition temperature 920- 1020 degrees vs. 80- 300 degrees for gasoline. Propane is non-toxic, unlike gasoline, diesel, methanol and...

Grill Winterization tips

Grill Winterization tips

You may be a person that uses their grill all year long and that is perfectly okay but just in case you dont have a covered area for your grill or you simply dont grill during the winter here are some tips for how to protect your grill from the weather. Store your...