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No, this is not a group discussion topic. You can stop scratching your head for collating the points. The answer is not subjective. It’s a simple yes. We’ll show you why and it will remain a yes for a long time to come.
Auto LPG offers you the most efficient combustion without burning a hole in your pocket. Let’s start with the basics.
You’re at home alone. The LPG delivery boy has come home to deliver the cylinder. You remember that your mom has kept the money with the LPG pass book in the drawer. You rush to get the same. After you pay him, you notice that you hear a hissing sound. A pungent smell has been tingling at your nostrils. You ignore the same. You take the LPG cylinder and connect it to the regulator. But after some time, the smell grows stronger. Then you realize that it’s an LPG leak. This word leak has started to trouble you. Damn your luck! You should’ve detected the LPG leak earlier!
LPG is increasingly used for cooking and heating in hotels and other commercial establishments by virtue of its clean and quick burning, convenience and ease of availability. The need for a reliable LPG supplier who can play a supporting role is immense. SUPERGAS assures your peace of mind by offering a one-stop solution for all your LPG needs.
LPG as a fuel has gained much more dominance in households, industry and commercial sectors owing to its utility, affordability and eco-friendliness. Being a colorless and odourless gas, LPG is sometimes untraceable at the time of leakage. Hence to know about the leakage Ethyl Mercaptan is added to LPG for odour. Therefore, it’s imperative to know and follow certain safety practices to avoid any untoward incidents.
Indoor air pollution is the 2nd largest killer with 1.3 million deaths in India each year. Quite shocking but true; let’s look at the root cause: Cooking fuel. India has the largest population lacking access to the cleaner fuel for cooking. Mostly in rural India, traditional cooking fuels like firewood, cow dung cake, coal, charcoal, kerosene etc need to go for a paradigm shift for a healthier life. The best solution is the widespread use of LPG for cooking at home.
Not one, but there are scores of reasons as to why Auto LPG is simply a better option over petrol. With LPG as your automobile fuel, you won’t be compromising on your driving performance; instead it would save around 30-40% of your monthly fuel bills. The auto LPG price is comparatively much lesser compared to petrol.
Did you notice a change in our logo? I am sure you would have! It’s Jan 2017 when we switched to our new logo & it’s across the globe. What does our logo and brand signifies?
Being into an energy business, our focus is on customers. We consider our brand to be our most sought after asset and a catalyst for our business. Our brand serves as an enabler for our business and helps us to realize our propositions. It stands for our values and shapes our identity.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas or LPG as popularly known is an efficient and innovative energy source that finds its utility for consumers, industry and environment. One of the reputed and widely used eco-friendly fuels, LPG is a low-carbon and clean energy that doesn’t cost our Mother Earth. It is portable, widely available and is safe. It helps to cut down on the harmful impacts of climate change.
LPG also known as an exceptional energy is a clean energy and produces less Carbon dioxide than most of the other industrial fuels like Furnace Oil (FO), Diesel (HSD), Light Diesel Oil (LDO). A low carbon fuel, LPG is primarily a mixture of Propane and Butane with a high net calorific value of 10,900 kcal/kg. LPG ensures a complete combustion, increases efficiency, reduces downtime and improves the quality of end product. These benefits induce Industries to switch to LPG from the liquid fuels.
It all started back in 1993 when the Indian Government paved the way for private oil and gas companies to enter the Indian market, reason being the phase-wise removal of subsidies on domestic LPG. This prompted the Global LPG leader SHV Energy NV, a Dutch multinational to expand it’s business to India under the brand name of SUPERGAS in 1995.