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How many cubic feet are in one gal. of propane?

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One gallon of propane is equal to 35.97 cubic feet of propane. This figure is specifically for compressed propane, which can be found in gaseous form.

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Propane is widely used for cooking and running vehicles and is also known as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). It is available through pipelines or portable tanks. Among all alternative fuels, propane is the most popular, having fueling stations in every state in the United States. It is also known to be safe and environmentally friendly. Propane is sold and charged per gallon in liquid form, but it can also be sometimes weighed in pounds.

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