The LPG infrastructure in Canada is well developed, with a huge capacity to produce and supply an abundant supply across Canada. There are two major propane trading hubs in Canada - Edmonton, Alberta and Sarnia, Ontario.
The versatility and portability of propane means huge infrastructure savings over the cost of natural gas and renewable energy applications. Propane is now transported and used in every corner of the country.
Airways Transit, Canada's largest provider of on-demand, ridesharing airport ground transportation, operates a fleet powered 100% by liquefied gas.
United Parcel Service (UPS) is another private-sector company that has turned to propane for its large fleet of vehicles. UPS currently has more than 600 propane-powered vehicles in Canada.
Southland Transportation recently added another 100 propane buses to its Calgary school bus fleet. The buses provide clean air, a quiet engine and easy fueling. They start immediately at temperatures of minus 30 degrees or below, without the need for heaters like diesel vehicles.
LPG has the largest refueling infrastructure of all alternative fuels in Canada: there are some 96,000 propane vehicles and 617 fueling outlets across the country.