This June we recap the Southeastern convention, California’s focus on altlernative fuels, and Blue Bird’s propane bus.
In May we look at Western Propane’s storage facility, Vander Yacht Propane, and propane mowers.
Our April issue is chock-full of good things, including a guide to NPGA’s Southeastern Convention & International Propane Expo in Atlanta, an examination of DHS’s chemical security plans, and much more.
This March we recap a study on the cause for most truck rollovers, look at propane’s pricing relationship with crude oil, and examine Eastern Propane Gas’s newest propane vehicle additions.
It’s a new year and HGTV has a new Dream Home. Our propane in the home theme continues with a look at propane homes in El Dorado County, California.
This November we look at one utility’s use of peak shaving, offer an outlook for this winter, and examine CO detector use.
There are many opportunities for the propane industry going forward, and this month we look at the alternative fuel market and PERC’s marketing campaign.
It’s September and the kids are headed back to school. Propane school buses are delivering them safely and cleaning the air.
Our August issue recaps this year’s Propane Days. In addition we look at propane suppy and demand for the first half of 2007.
Ten years ago the Propane Education & Research Council came into being, forever altering the propane industry. In our July issue we look at a decade with PERC.
In June we examine the Department of Homeland Security’s Chemical Security regulations, recap the Southeastern Convention, and Petrosol’s new transportation unit: ProTrans.
This May we look at Roush’s F-150 LPI truck, a rebuilt ’66 bobtail, and hot products from the HPBA Expo.
This March we look at the challenges of winter and offer a truck round-up. We also examine the impact of API’s propane survey on PERC state rebates.