U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) – Winter 2013-14 Propane Updates

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6 Responses to U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) – Winter 2013-14 Propane Updates

  1. Administrator says:

    Well, that would work out fine except I don’t remember ever visiting a J.C. Penney or Macy Store that was built in a cavern, although I’ve been in some of their basements that are pretty questionable!

  2. Administrator says:

    lol – it’s stored in salt caverns… do they have salt caverns in J.C. Penney and Macy stores?

    Not surprising those stores are closing, more and more individuals are shopping online. The problem with the stores closing is it will take away the competition so the online prices will probably increase.

  3. A good place to store propane would be all the empty space from J.C. Penney stores that they
    are closong. Same with Macy.

  4. Administrator says:

    Good morning Richard,

    Looks like we will have to add that to our list of articles. When the South was having that super cold spell a few weeks ago my brother called and said the price of propane in his area had gone from $1.25 to $4.29 so I did some research trying to figure out what caused the incredible price hike. Propane is actually a by-product of both petroleum refining and natural gas processing and we have more than a sufficient supply. The problem is logistics – it takes awhile to get it from point A to point B. I got distracted and never finished the article so it’s something to think about.

    Have a good day,

  5. Everybody has heard about Propane. But who knows where it comes from, or how it is made?

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