Natural Gas Plant Liquids (NGPL)

Trammo began marketing and distributing LPG globally in 1973, moving significant volumes under long-term contracts throughout the world.

Propane accounts for the majority of the volume in the Gas Division’s LPG business. While propane is often used for water heating, cooking, motor fuel, and process applications, domestic heating dominates usage in the market. As a result, primary counterparts include major international oil companies, financial institutions, commodity trading firms, and end users. The market for LPG is highly seasonal and demand is higher during the cooler months. 

Trammo's wholly owned subsidiary, Sea-3, Inc., owns and operates a propane import and wholesale distribution facility with a total storage capacity of 23.5 million gallons. Located on the Piscataqua River near Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the terminal is capable of receiving or loading gas tankers with cargo capacities of up to 59,000 cubic meters.