Liquid Gas UK is the source of independent information on all aspects of the LPG industry in the UK. Here you will find details of all the latest news, events and press releases from Liquid Gas UK.
Friday 10th July 2020
This week Liquid Gas UK issue an update to their Code of Practice 22, a comprehensive code for LPG pipework above and below ground covering temperature, pressure and pipe sizing considerations, pipework assemblies and fittings.
Friday 10th July 2020
Join our workshop to hear all about the future heating technology market and how the hybrid heat pump works with LPG.
Thursday 9th July 2020
In response to the Rishi Sunak announcing a new Green Homes Grant as part of the Chancellor's Economic Statement today, Liquid Gas UK Chief Executive George Webb stated:
Tuesday 7th July 2020
Liquid Gas UK are delighted to announce that they have been awarded Liquid Gas Europe’s prestigious National Association Advocacy Award 2020.
Monday 29th June 2020
Late last week, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) issued its latest annual report assessing progress in reducing UK emissions over the past year.
Monday 15th June 2020
Last year, the LPG industry set out its pathway to 100% bioLPG with its 2040 Vision, demonstrating that LPG is a future proof solution for decarbonising rural homes and businesses. One thing missing from the fund is supporting Scottish rural energies, we would welcome dialogue with Scottish Government on this and on how to enable a just transition across Scotland’s entire energy spectrum.
Tuesday 12th May 2020
It’s the final week to take part in the LPG Industry Census, launched recently by Liquid Gas UK. The census will gather information from across the LPG sector, including gas suppliers, equipment suppliers, service providers and installers.
Thursday 7th May 2020
Code of Practice 1 Part 3 Bulk LPG Storage at Fixed Installations: Examination and Inspection has now been published and is available. For more details please click here.
Wednesday 6th May 2020
Liquid Gas UK (LGUK), the trade association for the LPG industry in the UK, today calls on the Government to revise the methodology for Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) which currently encourages off the gas grid property owners to choose higher carbon heating solutions, such as heating oil, over more energy efficient options, such as LPG or Heat Pumps.
The trade association for the LPG and bioLPG industry in the UK