Posted on 29/05/2017 in Transport

  Butane is the other main ‘Liquefied Petroleum Gas’ (LPG). It is a light product derived from distilling crude oil. The key difference between butane and propane is that butane begins to liquefy at around 0º C and therefore must be stored indoors or in warm temperatures during the winter. It is mainly used for such household applications as cooking, heating and hot water.