LPGB accomplishes this goal through consumer advocacy, permitting and certification, inspections, and meaningful rules and regulations. LPGB aims to grow the liquefied petroleum industry, secure the confidence of the consumer, and ensure propane remains a viable energy source for the future.
"We protect the public and support the propane industry within Arkansas by working with stakeholders throughout the supply chain to foster consumer confidence, provide job opportunities and career paths, and secure propane as a viable energy source for generations to come. We are responsible for overseeing the proper handling, storage, and distribution of liquefied petroleum gas within Arkansas. We also set rules and compliance standards for the storage and distribution of liquefied petroleum gas and ensure industry personnel are properly trained."
Associate Environment Administrator, Division of Environmental Quality
Associate Director, Office of Water Quality
Enterprise Services Director, Enterprise Services
Associate Director, Office of Land Resources
Associate Director, Office of Air Quality
Associate Energy Administrator, Division of Energy & Mineral Resources, Emergency Management
Director, Oil & Gas Commission
Director, Office of the State Geologist
Director, Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board
Director, Arkansas Energy Office
Program Manager, Mining Program
If you are reporting a spill, leak, geohazard event, release of petroleum products, hazardous materials, or gases that requires an immediate emergency response, please call the:
Arkansas Division of Emergency Management
Then contact the Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment:
If after hours, please leave a message. Your call will be returned.
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