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Information & Affiliations

Have you ever had questions about propane safety standards, or the propane industry itself? Below you'll find a list of different organizations and associations that we here at Sonoita Propane either belong to, are affiliated with, or just feel that they provide excellent information about propane. Simply click on each site's link to learn more and explore!

The National Propane Gas Association (NPGA) is the national trade association representing the U.S. propane industry. Membership includes small businesses and large corporations alike. From retail marketing to equipment production, and fabrication and transport, their mission is to continually advance safety while promoting public knowledge and use of propane.

The Arizona Propane Gas Association (APGA) is a trade and membership service organization that represents propane marketers throughout the state. Founded in 1967, the Association has continually grown in its influence, while still maintaining its core principles of education and safety. The Associations' primary purpose is to maintain high standards of practice within the industry and the state.

The Propane Education & Research Council promotes the safe, efficient use of odorized propane gas as a preferred energy resource through research and development, training, and safety programs. Formed in 1996, it has played a key role in the education about, and support of, local and national propane companies alike. 

The National Fire Protection Association is responsible for the codes, regulations, and standards that many industries in the U.S. must abide by. They also continually update their training information and opportunities, as well as perform research, including statistics, reports, literature, and more. 

If you have ever had questions about propane and its many uses, this is the site for you. Propane: Clean American Energy explores the effects of propane within different industries, from devices that use it to benefits and incentives. Industries and information convered include Agriculture, Commercial Landscapes, Industrial, Road Fleets, and Residential.  

Have you ever considered a job in the industry? Or maybe you just want to learn more about it? Created through Propane: Exceptional Energy, the Propane Training Academy offers insight and information on courses and certifications in all subjects and professions propane. 

As part of the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy informational website, the Alternative Fuels Data Center is based on providing knowledge about trends, prices, safety, laws, and conservation. 

Ever wanted to see what the CEO of the National Propane Education and Research Council thinks about energy, the industry, its trends? Well now you can! Visit CEO Roy Willis' website and blog, dedicated solely to the discussion of propane energy, to learn more!

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