LPG (AutoGas) is a clean, high-octane, abundant, and environmentally beneficial fuel. It is extracted from natural gas and crude oil through fractionation and refining. It's made up of propane and butane, among other petroleum gases. Because of the higher energy content of this fuel, CO2 emissions are significantly reduced.

At air pressure and normal temperatures, AutoGas is a gas, but it can be liquefied by applying mild pressure or lowering the temperature. This feature allows the fuel to be easily condensed, packaged, stored, and used, making it a useful energy source for a variety of applications. When the pressure is released, the liquid expands to around 250 times its original volume as gas, allowing large amounts of energy to be compactly stored and delivered.

With effect from April 24, 2000, the use of LPG as an automotive fuel became authorised in India, but only under strict safety restrictions. Until now, thousands of LPG vehicles have been operating illegally in various cities, utilising residential LPG cylinders, which is a very dangerous practice. It is still unlawful to use household LPG cylinders in auto. IndianOil sells the fuel under the brand name 'AutoGas.' IndianOil has 347 Auto LPG Dispensing Stations in 197 cities across India (as on 01.04.21). When assessed over the whole fuel cycle, AutoGas has a lower impact on greenhouse emissions than any other fossil fuel. Converting from gasoline to AutoGas reduces air pollution caused by vehicle emissions significantly.

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