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Nolan Propane
Mountain Road , Ravena, New York, United States

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Industry : Natural Gas
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Since Aug, 2019
About Company

Nolan Propane Corporation is a marketer of propane gas in New York State.  Established by Robert Nolan Sr. in 1965, our family-owned company serves residential, commercial and wholesale markets.  Our highly skilled sales and service teams can help assess what you need for your home, install your equipment properly safely, in compliance with all laws and local codes, provide a reliable supply of competitively-priced fuel, and support it with comprehensive service 24/7 every day of the year.   With Nolan Propane, you get more than just a propane supplier - you get an established propane expert and partner since 1965.    Our mission continues to provide you with the most reliable, safest, and responsive propane service for today and tomorrow.  You can count on Nolan Propane propane for a variety of uses, including home heating, space heating, water heating, pool and spa heating, drying, cooking, grilling and motor fuel. Learn more about propane, the safe fuel.


We offer WESROC Tank monitoring system to our customers. These monitors mount directly on the tank and we receive daily reports from the satellite system with your propane level. Never run out of propane again.

New Customer Referral Reward 

 Nolan Propane offers a $100 award for helping your friends, family, neighbors or co-workers enjoy the benefits of being a new Nolan Propane customer. Simply refer a new heating customer to Nolan Propane and when your referral becomes a new Nolan Propane heating customer, youll receive your reward.


Propane, the most common liquefied petroleum gas (LP-gas), is one of the nations most versatile sources of energy and supplies about 4 percent of our total energy needs. Propane exists as a liquid and a gas. At atmospheric pressure and temperatures above –44 F, it is a non-toxic, colorless and odorless gas. Just as with natural gas, an identifying odor is added so it can be readily detected. When contained in an approved cylinder or tank, propane exists as a liquid and vapor. The vapor is released from the container as a clean-burning fuel gas. Propane is 270 times more compact as a liquid than as a gas, making it economical to store and transport as a liquid. Approximately 90 percent of the United States propane supply is produced domestically, while 70 percent of the remaining supply is imported from Canada and Mexico. Approximately equal amounts of propane come from the refining of crude oil and from natural gas processing. Thus, propane is a readily available, secure energy source whose environmental benefits are widely recognized. Propane is an approved, alternative clean fuel listed in the 1990 Clean Air Act, as well as the National Energy Policy Act of 1992. USES OF PROPANE This remarkable fuel serves approximately 60 million people in the United States. In 1999, 19.6 billion gallons of propane were consumed in the U.S. as follows:

  • 8 billion gallons for residential/commercial/recreational usage.
  • 0.4 billion gallons for internal combustion engine usage.
  • 9.8 billion gallons for chemical, industrial and utility usage.
  • 1.4 billion gallons for other uses, including such agricultural applications as grain drying and flame cultivation.

Consumers use propane for heating and cooling homes, heating water, cooking, refrigeration, drying clothes, barbecuing, lighting, and relaxing in front of the gas fireplace. According to the 1997 Residential Energy Consumption Survey report published by the U.S. Department of Energys Energy Information Administration (EIA):

  • 8.1 million households use propane, and 4.6 percent of these homes use propane as their main heating source.
    Of the nations 6.3 million mobile/manufactured homes, 16 percent use propane as the main heating fuel. AS AN ALTERNATIVE FUEL FOR VEHICLES
  • Propane gas is the most widely used alternative fuel, with nearly 4 million vehicles worldwide running on propane. More than 350,000 vehicles run on propane in the U.S., according to the U.S. Department of Energys Alternative Fuels Data Center.
  • The Alternative Fuels Data Center documents 4,175 public propane refueling stations (more than three times as many as any other alternative fuel), and industry estimates range to 10,000 or more. There is also an established network of licensed propane conversion centers throughout the country.
  • Propane-powered vehicles offer the best combination of durability, performance and driving range.
  • Propanes low pollution characteristics make it a safe choice for more than 300,000 forklift truck operators and other indoor industrial vehicle operators. •
  • It is a popular and safe fuel for business and municipal fleets across the United States. More than 80,000 bus, taxi and delivery services, and other fleets are fueled by propane. U.S. automobile and truck manufacturers are producing more and more vehicles equipped with propane-powered engines to keep pace with this growing demand.
  • Because propane is portable and clean-burning, it is used by millions of recreational vehicle owners and camping enthusiasts.
  • Gas grills, outdoor gas lights, mobile home and RV appliances, generators, and greenhouse heaters can all be fueled by propane.
  • Millions of people are already using propane to safely and economically fuel heaters for their swimming pools, saunas, patios, and whirlpools.
  • Because they are easier to use and better for the environment, gas grills are becoming ever more popular with the American public. According to 1999 statistics, 75 percent of all U.S. families own a barbecue grill, and 60 percent of these grill owners use a propane gas grill. Also, in 1999, manufacturers shipped a total of 14.9 million propane gas grills to retailers.
  • Propane is a staple on 660,000 farms, where it is used in a wide range of agricultural applications:
  • Crop drying—corn, soybeans, grains, tobacco, apples, peanuts, onions and other crops.
  • Flame cultivation—controlling weed growth using propane burners.
  • Fruit ripening.
  • Space heating—for barns, pig farrowing houses, chicken houses, stock tanks, nurseries, greenhouses, orchards, and incubators.
  • Water heating—for dairies and stock watering tanks.
  • Refrigeration of foods.
  • Running a variety of farm engines, including tractors, weeders, irrigation pumps, stand-by generators, and seedling planters.
Company NameNolan Propane
Business CategoryNatural Gas
AddressMountain Road
New York
United States
ZIP: 12143
Year Established1965
Hours of OperationNA
Company Services
  • Propane Delivery And Service
  • Tank Monitoring System
  • Motor Fuel Services
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