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Welcome to the AmeriGas Propane Blog!

Welcome to the AmeriGas Propane blog!  We hope you’ll find this to be a useful resource for propane and energy-related news and information along with the rest of the AmeriGas website.  We want to stay more connected with you and we hope you’ll join the conversation by sharing your comments and suggestions with us.  AmeriGas-ers (or AmeriGas-ians or AmeriGas-ites, what’s your preference?) can also be found at and, or just simply subscribe to this blog.

If you’re not into any of those, we still want to hear how we can best serve or help you, either by contacting us directly at your local AmeriGas office, or by calling our 24/7 National Customer Care Line at 1-800-GAS-4YOU (1-800-427-4968), or by emailing us at  And as always, be safe, and please contact us immediately for any emergencies or concerns.

If you’ve ever wanted to know a little more about us, please read on and watch this 1 minute video:

AmeriGas distributes more than one billion gallons of propane annually to approximately 1.3 million residential, commercial/industrial, motor fuel, agricultural, and wholesale customers in all 50 states.  During our 51-year history, AmeriGas has grown from a small Pennsylvania-based business in 1959 to a nationwide network of 1,200 distribution locations staffed with nearly 6,000 dedicated employees focused on fulfilling AmeriGas’  commitment to be the most reliable, the safest, and the most responsive propane company in the U.S.  Our customers benefit from a geographic coverage that is unmatched in the industry and through our 1,200 locations, we can reach 95% of all propane consumers.  We are proud to say that 95% of our customers rated our service as meeting or exceeding expectations in 2010.

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AmeriGas has nearly 1,200 locations nationwide

The portability and versatility of clean-burning propane make it useful for a wide variety of applications.  Residential and commercial consumers use propane for space heating, water heating, cooking, and drying while industrial consumers use it to fire furnaces, as a cutting gas, and in other process applications.  Local gas utilities use propane as a supplemental fuel to meet peak load deliverability requirements.  Propane is also used to power over-the-road/autogas vehicles, forklifts, and stationary engines.   And that list is just the beginning, with as many uses of propane as there are users.

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  1. pam gunderson
    Posted March 6, 2011 at 12:35 pm | Permalink

    y can’t i pay may bill online anymore or even look @ my account? in this day & age of being able to pay online or c accounts. I don’t want do auto bill pay.

    • Posted March 7, 2011 at 8:21 am | Permalink

      Hi Pam! AmeriGas is currently in the process of improving our Online Billing program. We are rolling out this new program only in certain areas of the country at this time. Over the coming months and years we will expand the new Online Billing program to the rest of our customers.

      To see if you can access online billing now, please see the following link: Make sure you have your account number handy. If you need additional assistance, please contact our customer care center at 1-866-243-5470. Thanks!

  2. Posted October 17, 2011 at 9:11 pm | Permalink

    Great resource. Great company. Thanks. Here is a good chart on average USA propance price movements since 1990 to 2011 by EIA.

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