Propane, as compared to other gases over the period of a decade, has fairly consistently been priced above the others when priced per gallon. For instance, in January 2014, propane cost slightly more than kerosene, and t... More »

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Like gasoline, propane is a commodity that is refined from other commodities, which means that its price is determined by many different factors. Some of these factors include the worldwide supply and demand for propane ... More »

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Propane costs vary by location, delivery surcharges and the size of the tanks, which typically range from 100 to 1,500 gallons. The federal Energy Information Administration publication reported average costs of propane,... More »

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As with all heaters that use fossil fuels, propane heaters generate more than enough heat to cause a fire, posing a risk to homeowners. Although propane produces only carbon dioxide and water vapor when under complete co... More »

Propane weighs 4.24 pounds per gallon of gas and at -50 degrees Fahrenheit it is a liquid with a boiling point of -44 degrees Fahrenheit. This means that propane is cold enough to freeze human skin and the tissue underne... More »

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A propane gas price chart is available on the Petroleum and Other Liquids section of EIA.gov, as of 2015. The chart includes prices of residential and wholesale propane for the last five reported weeks and a link to view... More »

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The cost of propane tends to follow the price of crude oil. Propane is a byproduct of producing both crude oil and natural gas, but the crude oil price has the greatest influence. Other factors affecting costs include su... More »

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