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Propane is a colorless and odorless gas obtained from oil and gas fields recovery or through refinement of crude oil. To make it easier to store, move and use, propane is liquified by compression process at pressures between 2 and 8 bar, which results in a volume reduction of up to 250 times at equal calorific value. Commercial propane is odorized with ethanol to make any leaks noticeable. Propane is mainly used as a fuel source for industrial, agricultural or civilian uses, as well as a feedstock or fuel in the production of ethylene.