LPG Day: Celebrating exceptional energy

Every year on 7 June, we celebrate LPG Day and the many benefits that LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) brings to the world. For some, it's an efficient fuel for the summer barbecue or burning weeds on the patio. For others, it is a necessary component of everyday life, ensuring access to clean cooking and heating where electricity is not immediately available.

No matter which category you fit into (or maybe somewhere in between?), we hope you will join us in celebrating the exceptional energy that is LPG. Below, we have gathered some LPG stories and facts for you to get in the spirit.

Celebrate LPG Day with these stories:

  • A African woman cooking on a gas stove

    LPG is a key component of African development

    In sub-Saharan Africa, governments and NGO's are pushing heavily for a shift to LPG as a means to improve public health, safety, and equality.

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  • What is LPG?

    LPG is short for liquefied petroleum gas. It is used in more than 1,000 different applications, easy to transport and a friend of the environment.

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  • Ghana: Arch Holdings raises the standards for Ghana's LPG market

    LPG is an important part of Ghana's energy supply, but the LPG infrastructure was due an overhaul. Arch Holdings jumped in with plans for one of the country's biggest and most advanced filling plants to date.

    Read more About Ghana: Arch Holdings raises the standards for Ghana's LPG market

Facts about LPG

Did you know that around 3 million people die prematurely each year from indoor air pollution - and that LPG plays an important role in reducing that number? Watch our video for this and more facts about the exceptional energy that is LPG.