Liquefied Petroleum Gas

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Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) is a mixture of condensable gases present in gas or dissolved in oil. The components of LPG, although temperature and pressure are gases, they are easy to condense, hence its name. In practice, one can say that LPG is a mixture of propane and butane.
Propane and butane are present in crude oil and natural gas, while some was obtained during the refining of petroleum, largely as a byproduct of the fractional catalytic (FCC, for its initials in English Fluid Catalytic Cracking).