Propane gas study: Georgia's demand 226.1 million ...
by Staff Reports
06:55 AM, Friday, February 27
The Propane Education & Research Council, a Washington-based, congressionally authorized check-off and national energy organization, Tuesday released the findings in its economic impact study about the nation’s use of propane, including Georgia’s....

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