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LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) is manufactured during the refining of crude oil, or extracted from oil or gas streams as they emerge from the ground. When LPG is used to fuel internal combustion engines, it is often referred to as autogas. In some countries, it has been used since the 1940s as an alternative fuel for spark ignition engines. More recently, it has also been used in diesel engines.
LPG v Petrol
LPG v Diesel
Information provided by Gordon Kinloch