Smelling Propane

Propane is naturally colorless and odorless. Manufacturers purposefully added a chemical to propane to give it a very strong pungent odor. This helps alerts customers to propane leaks, which can create a safety hazard. Propane typically smells like rotten eggs or skunk's spray or a dead animal. 

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Safety TipsLaShonda Delivuk
Pilot Safety

The majority of propane appliances have pilot lights which is a small, constantly burning flame. Pilot lights ignite the main burner. Appliances without pilot lights are often electronic.

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Safety TipsLaShonda Delivuk
History of Clark Gas & Oil

Located in downtown Stuart, VA, Clark Gas & Oil, Inc. had its early beginnings in 1928 from a partnership of three brothers, E. Lyle Clark, J. Myron Clark, and W. Blair Clark, Sr. They were commission agents for Standard Oil Company of New Jersey and sold the Esso brand of petroleum products.

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