PRYCE Gases Inc. (PGI), the lone subsidiary of Pryce Corp., expects to increase its revenues to P6.5 billion in 2014 after the opening of its import terminal in Pangasinan..
With the new terminal, the company now has the capacity to service its distribution business for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), industrial gases and other fuels in Luzon. Read more>>
Pryce Gases, Inc. introduces LPG-powered vehicles.
PRYCE Gases Inc. launched Tuesday its answer to the seemingly "unstoppable and uncontrollable" prices of petroleum products, the LPG-powered vehicles.
In cooperation with David Motor Trading and Renewable Energy Development Corporation and the Liga ng Transportasyon at Operators Sa Pilipinas Inc. (LTOP), Pryce Gases made public a liquefied petroleum gas-powered engine for public utility vehicles. Read more>>
LPG-diesel mixture saves cost, nature.
ESTABLISHMENTS in the city that use petroleum-operated machineries may experience a breakthrough on fuel-saving should they adopt a "dual fuel system" using diesel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) fuels.
The dual fuel system is running a machine using 70 percent diesel and 30 percent LPG mixture.
Pryce Gases Inc. president Rafael Escano on Tuesday introduced the infusion of diesel and LPG to run a power generator on a minimal expense. Read more>>
The company started to market LPG under the trade name “PRYCEGAS” in September 1996 in 11-kilogram, 6-kilogram and 50-kilogram cylinders. Now, it also markets 22-kilogram, 5-kilogram, 2.8-kilogram and 6-kilogram cylinders (Prycegas JR).