-Home is where the hearth is and our January 2006 looks at the New American
Home, PERCs 2006 Builder Award winners, and HGTVs latest
February we turn our attention to propanes place in agriculture
with our 2006 Agriculture Review. We also look at the Winter Olympic
Torch, and wrap up our look at fuel cell technology.
March we look at the International Builders Show, recap 2005s
high prices, and recap the latest NPGA Board of Directors meeting.
April we look at the Sparta Junction, N.J. terminal, Hawaiis supply
shortage, and preview the Southwestern.
May issue is a potpouri of interesting topics: Kamps Wholesale has expanded
across the Western states; we recap the 2004 API sales survey; and look
at this years Gas Processors Association Annual Convention.
June we look at the industrys preparations for the coming hurricane
season. NPGA held Propane Days this May, and we also examine the price
relationship between propane and crude oil.
long gone and spring headed out the door, the propane industry looks
at and works on other things, including propane as a motorfuel.
August we look at charges that BP manipulated the propane market, examine
NPGAs latest board meeting, and consider when the best time to
buy propane was the first half of the year.
September magazine reviews the the propane industrys safety scorecard,
examines MAPLs reasons for its request to raise shipping rates,
and looks at the supply outlook for the coming winter.
October we look at Enterprise Products infrastructure plans, Ferrellgas
Bobtail Roadeo, and the new Energy Guys Commercials.
November we examine how state associations work to train the skills
necessary to safely manage propane incidents.
December issue investigates whether or not regulators should have a
specific service life, examines challenges in Alaska, and the transformation