LPG gas is used as a fuel for many residential, agricultural, and commercial heat applications which includes cooking, heating, and hot water systems. However, the use of LPG gas has numerous other applications including its use as a refrigerant, propellant, vehicle fuel, and petrochemical feedstock. The consumption of LPG gas has been on the rise as it is an economical source of fuel and burns efficiently with very low combustion emissions. Although, burning LPG releases carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, the emission is very low per unit of energy produced compared to coal or oil. Currently, the US is the leading producer and exporter of LPG.