-We kick off 2005 with a look at the latest in propane for the home,
including HGTVs Dream Home project, and the new American
February issue examines propane prices in 2004, states use of
PERC funds, and propanes organic uses in the ag industry.
March we look at SemGroup, recap the winter that wasnt, and recapAlabamas
April issue looks at the propane economic impact, NPGAs value
and return on investment, and previews the Southeastern show.
May issue recaps the Southeastern Conventions and looks at changes PERC
has made to its policies, rules, and procedures.
June we look at propanes use on Catalina Island off Southern California,
NPGAs successful Propane Days, and the hot housing market.
July issue covers PERCs Market Metrics analysis, San Antonios
VIA AFV program, and Worthingtons FlameSaver propane tank.
August, we look at NPGA issues, including Pinnacles Supply Forum
and NPGA in 2005.
is coming and in September we take a look at what retail marketers might
Katrinas devastation will last a while, in our October issue,
we examine the impact on the propane industry.
November, we review the myth of mature markets, the World LP Gas Forum
in Shanghai, and look at winter price projections.
December issue reviews import statistics for 2005, propane at Burning
Man, and a propane rocket.