An Inside Look at Propane Pricing

Because propane is a byproduct of natural gas processing and sometimes crude oil refining, the price of propane falls between those two commodities.

Seasonal Demand

Millions of people across the country and around the world use propane at home, at work, on the road, on the farm, and anywhere they need clean, reliable energy. It’s also a brilliant partner with other energy sources, including grid electricity and on-site solar power. That’s why we call it PROPANE: Energy for Everyone™. Energy costs of all kinds are likely to be higher this winter, according to U.S. government projections. Prices tend to go up — and wait times get longer — when temperatures plunge, roads get icy, and demand for propane and other heating energy surges. With propane you have the unique ability to buy ahead of time, so get in touch with your propane provider today to secure pricing and keep your family safe and warm all winter. Act now to avoid the extra costs and safety risks that come with running out of gas.