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  1. Storage gaps threaten US winter propane supply

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    Mon, 4 Dec 2000

  2. Improved propane recovery increases refinery profitability

    A case study determined that a refinery can potentially recover approximately 1,500 b/d or $2.6 million/year of additional propane in the saturate gas plant.

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    Mon, 10 Jan 2005

  3. CSB lists causes of 2007 W.Va. propane tank explosion which killed 4

    Inadequate propane technician and emergency responder training, and unsafe propane tank placement were the primary causes of a fatal accident in January 2007 at a West Virginia convenience store, the US Chemical Safety Board said on Sept. 25.

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    Fri, 26 Sep 2008

  4. US Propane -Third Quarter 2005: Storms roil supply, markets

    The third quarter began normally and unremarkably in July, but in August and September nearly everything imaginable occurred that might limit propane production from US gas plants and refineries.

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    Mon, 7 Nov 2005

  5. SECOND-THIRD QUARTERS 2006: US propane production falling short of full-recovery volumes

    Since January 2006, US gas plants have enjoyed record high profit margins. Furthermore, propane prices in all regional markets have been strong enough to encourage refineries to maximize sales into the merchant market.

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    Mon, 6 Nov 2006

  6. Propane prices experience strong third-quarter growth, petchem demand tempering

    In third-quarter 2004, energy and propane prices were extremely strong while petrochemical demand for propane lessened compared to previous quarters.

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    Mon, 1 Nov 2004

  7. High propane prices predicted to continue

    With propane inventories declining at all-time record rates and natural gas prices still two to three times their normal level, propane prices are predicted to continue at high levels. It said prices spiked for a short period last winter, but this winter they have been at sustained high prices�as ...

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    Mon, 5 Feb 2001

  8. Midcontinent propane shortages loom, consultant says

    A Houston consultant says low US propane stocks in secondary and tertiary storage have set the stage for spot shortages in the Midcontinent region during periods of extreme cold this winter. He said US secondary and tertiary stocks are down 30 million bbl from the historic average, with a ...

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    Mon, 6 Nov 2000

  9. US propane : prices hold, inventories remain low in first quarter 2004

    At the end of first quarter 2004, monthly average propane prices in the US firmed to 58¢ and 60¢/gal at Conway, Kan., and Mont Belvieu, Tex., respectively. February stocks closed at 25.8 million bbl, still 5 million bbl below normal.

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    Mon, 7 Jun 2004

  10. High propane prices predicted to continue throughout the US

    With US propane inventories declining at record rates and natural gas prices still two to three times their normal level, propane prices are expected to continue at high levels.

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    Mon, 12 Feb 2001

  11. Study: Glut of US ethane to remain; exports to balance propane , butane

    A new study of US NGL markets from Simmons & Co. International, Houston, sees ethane remaining in oversupply near term and export growth bringing balance to propane and butane markets.

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    Tue, 17 Sep 2013

  12. Study: Glut of US ethane to remain; exports to balance propane , butane

    A new study of US NGL markets from Simmons & Co. International, Houston, sees ethane remaining in oversupply near term and export growth bringing balance to propane and butane markets.

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    Mon, 23 Sep 2013

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