UKLPG is the source of independent information on all aspects of the LPG industry in the UK. This is the place to find details of all the latest news, events and press releases from UKLPG.
Thursday 18th May 2017
The future role of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) will be high on the agenda at the UKLPG Annual Conference in Birmingham next week (25th May). The low-carbon energy is increasing in popularity to fuel thousands of homes and business off-the gas grid and the conference will see the unveiling of UKLPG’s pathways document Gas for Off-Grid Britain highlighting the role of the widely available fuel as part of the UK’s diverse future energy mix.
Wednesday 3rd May 2017
We are delighted to announce the programme for the UKLPG Annual Conference. The line-up of speakers makes for an exciting programme - we hope you agree. There are already more delegates booked on to conference than ever before and it is now fully booked.
Tuesday 25th April 2017
WINLPG is the global network for Women in LPG managed by the World LPG Association. WINLPG has celebrated one year of activity and with national chapters in Nigeria and South Africa and regular national Knowledge Exchange Sessions worldwide, the word is spreading!
Tuesday 18th April 2017
The Midlands is home to trade associations EUA, HHIC, ICOM and UKLPG, as well as market leading manufacturers, suppliers, installers and energy stakeholders making it an essential hub of energy expertise that should not be overlooked by government.
Friday 2nd December 2016
There are many reasons why forklift managers will choose LPG to fuel their forklift truck fleet. Much cleaner and greener than diesel, it is a versatile fuel source that cuts air and noise pollution and, when you look at the range of benefits it brings to users compared to its diesel-fuelled and electric counterparts, it's no surprise that LPG is a popular choice:
Thursday 8th September 2016
With urban air quality rising to the top of the government’s agenda and being a prominent feature in the news, UKLPG, the trade body that represents the LPG industry, states that now is the time for LPG to be considered as a viable alternative fuel for vehicles by fleet managers.
Tuesday 12th July 2016
UKLPG has published guidance on the filling of LPG cylinders at public refuelling facilities.
Monday 23rd May 2016
UKLPG, the trade body that represents the LPG industry, is calling for a meeting with new London Mayor Sadiq Khan to discuss the role the low carbon transport fuel can have on improving air quality in the Capital.
The trade association for the LPG industry in the UK