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"Gas" in Europe is liquefied petroleum gas. Isn't it called CNG in the US? (Compressed Natural Gas or something similar.)
Gas = petrol only in North America.
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On 08 Dec 2003 13:49:41 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@aol.com (TETROS) wrote:

I expect that it means Petrol/LPG - LPG stands for Liquified Petroleum Gas which is a gas at normal pressures and temperatures, but is liquid at ambient tempratures when kept under high pressure in special tanks. It is quite commonly used as a fuel for vehicles, espescially commercial ones such as taxis here in Australia, as at present there is no excise duty (tax) on its use. (Duty will soon be imposed - Governments as a rule leave no stone unturned in their search for easy money!) Regards,
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