LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) is liquified natural gas which is a mixture of various hydrocarbons derived from natural gas dominated by propane (C3) and butane (C4). In Indonesia, LPG is mainly used as fuel for heating appliances in the kitchen, shopping centres and hotels, vehicle fuel and construction industry such as welding appliances in steelworkshop.
Condensate is five-carbon or more alkane compound which is a liquid by-product of refined natural gas. Within the domestic market, condensate is mainly used as basic material for paint thinner, adhesive, and vehicle tires. Apart from that, it can be used as light naphtha serving as cracker in the process of polyethylene production.