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Some areas of the ship appeared to auto combust, or just catch fire because of extreme heat, and an explosion on the boat around 2 a.m. Saturday is believed to be from a propane tank.
Enterprise also will finish construction this month on its new propane dehydrogenation plant in Mont Belvieu to churn out propylene, which is a primary building block of many plastics and chemicals.
Gasoline and propane gas prices rose, while electricity rates were lower.
The next prototype of the SilentHawk should also include a detachable multi-fuel generator to allow troops to charge the bikes on longer missions using a variety of fuels, including gasoline, JP-5, JP-8, Jet-A1, propane and AVGAS.
Employees on break saw a man get out of his pickup truck and go to the propane cage and pick up the empty tank and place it in his vehicle.
All cabins come with a kitchen, private deck with propane grill, flat-screen TV, Tempur-Pedic mattress, free Wi-Fi, fireplace and private outdoor fire pit, with access to the resort’s 15-person hot tub.
Use the ladder truck as a sprinkler, wetting down the lodge’s roof and everything within about 30 to 40 yards: a footpath, the lodge’s back patio, a 500-gallon propane tank, vegetation and other nearby structures.
Anchor objects that would be unsafe to bring inside such as propane tanks.
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Origin and Etymology of propane
First Known Use: 1867See Words from the same year
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