September 4, 2014 | By Simmons |
Content originally posted by the Propane.pro
Let’s start with what you probably already know: natural gas is a fossil fuel in a gaseous state that travels through pipes to people’s homes for use as a fuel for cooking, heating and water heating. Many people believe that propane is the same gas stored in tanks of various sizes instead of delivered by pipe, but that is not the case. Propane is in fact a different fuel from natural gas, though the two are closely related. So what’s the difference between these two fossil fuel cousins?