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Renewable LPG Achieves Emissions Budgets With No Need To Ban New LPG Connections

Monday, 5 April 2021, 4:01 pm | LPG Association

Renewable LPG can supply New Zealand’s LPG needs and achieve the emissions reductions proposed by the Climate Commission without the need to ban new connections, a new study shows. The investigation, by leading consultancy Worley, was prepared for the ... More >>

2019 GasNZ Industry Forum

Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 5:11 pm | LPG Association

Following on from last years’ “biggest ever” forum, we are pleased to announce that the 2019 GasNZ Industry Forum is to be held Wednesday 30 October – Friday 1 November at the Rydges Latimer Square in Christchurch. More >>

Gas New Zealand newsletter from the LPG and Gas Associations

Friday, 26 April 2013, 10:34 am | LPG Association

April 2013 Welcome to Gas New Zealand, a joint publication of the LPG Association of NZ and the Gas Association of NZ. More >>

LPG helps keep natural gas customers up and running

Thursday, 27 October 2011, 4:52 pm | LPG Association

LPG suppliers are moving quickly to ensure many natural gas customers remain operational while the Maui pipeline is being repaired, says the LPG Association (LPGA). LPGA executive director, Peter Gilbert, said LPG suppliers are installing temporary LPG ... More >>

It’s time to service your gas appliance

Thursday, 28 April 2011, 1:20 pm | LPG Association

That's the message from Gas New Zealand, which says an annual service will keep gas appliances operating efficiently and safely. More >>

Industry support for heater labelling proposals

Wednesday, 15 September 2010, 2:40 pm | LPG Association

New labelling proposals that will hammer home how to use LPG cabinet heaters responsibly and effectively have been welcomed by the LPG industry. More >>

Gas/LPG industry welcomes draft energy strategy

Monday, 26 July 2010, 11:26 am | LPG Association

The draft strategy “Developing our energy potential”, has been welcomed by the LPG and gas industries, but LPG Association executive director, Peter Gilbert, says there are inconsistencies between the discussion paper and actions being taken by ... More >>

Auto LPG gets another tax break

Wednesday, 11 April 2007, 11:06 am | LPG Association

The Government has again favoured automotive LPG by excluding it from recent increases to petrol excise tax and road user charges. This is the fourth time in five years government has exempted auto LPG from transport fuel tax increases, said LPG Association ... More >>

Carbon Charge Will Boost LPG Sales

Thursday, 5 May 2005, 10:04 am | LPG Association

The LPG industry has welcomed Government's confirmation of the carbon charge, saying it removes uncertainty in fuel markets and will encourage wider use of lower emission fuels, such as LPG, in industrial, residential and transport sectors. More >>

Displace high CO2 fuels with LPG

Tuesday, 3 August 2004, 2:58 pm | LPG Association

New Zealand could help control its escalating greenhouse gas problem by displacing high CO2 fuels with cleaner-burning LPG. More >>

Suffering motorists switch to LPG

Monday, 7 June 2004, 9:41 pm | LPG Association

Sales of automotive LPG are well up as suffering motorists look for cheaper fuel options. More >>

National SAFE-T campaign launched for LPG heaters

Friday, 21 May 2004, 1:13 pm | LPG Association

The LPG industry has launched a national consumer education campaign to promote SAFE-T messages to the owners of the country's LPG cabinet heaters. More >>

There’s Natural Gas, And There’s LPG

Friday, 30 April 2004, 2:35 pm | LPG Association

The Minister of Energy, Pete Hodgson needs to be careful not to leave the impression that there are supply problems with all forms of gas, says Owen Poole, President of the New Zealand LPG Association, More >>

LPG exempted from petrol tax hike

Friday, 12 December 2003, 6:50 pm | LPG Association

Less vehicle pollution should be one result of the government's decision not to increase the excise tax on automotive LPG, the LPG Association said today. More >>