Bangladesh is one of the few countries in the world which provides piped gas connections to households for cooking purposes. Although LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) containers have been available for sale since 1980s, supplied by state-owned BPC, but it failed to grab market share until the enactment of government’s policy restricting fresh connections in households.
The gap between demand and supply of natural gas is widening day by day, because of the massive conversion of fuel-run automobile engines to CNG and increased pressure of growing industries and households on energy supply.
In this regard, Bangladesh government has been taking measures to conserve gas. One of the initiatives is to encourage the use of LPG as an alternative to natural gas for household, commercial and industrial use. Therefore, we need more investments in the sector to serve more households and industries as the increasing demand.
LPG consists of a predetermined mix of Propane & Butane and contains higher calorific value than natural gas. Auto gas, a popular form of LPG, is used as a ‘green’ fuel with lower CO2 emissions around the world. Not only it is good for engine and environment; it can potentially save costs compared to other fossil fuels.
Considering above, SFCS coupled a good number of professional and technical expertise along with extensive industry knowledge to provide the sustainable total solutions to establish a LPG Bottling Plant with cost effective manner.