The World LPG
The WLPGA promotes the use of LPG to foster a safer, cleaner, healthier and more prosperous world. WLPGA is the authoritative voice of the global LPG industry and represents the full LPG value chain. The WLPGA brings together over 300 private and public companies operating in more than 125 countries involved in one, several or all activities of the industry; develops long-term partnerships with international organisations; and implements projects on local and global scales. The Association was established in 1987 and granted Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council in 1989.
The WLPGA works to a Three Year Strategic Review which outlines WLPGA activities over a three year period and ensures maximum value for the WLPGA membership. The current Strategic Review covers 2023-2025 under the theme ‘Solutions for Sustainable Energy Transitions’.
The WLPGA mission statement forms the four principal goals of the WLPGA in this period, namely: Advocacy (ADV); Safety and Business Improvement (SBI); Innovation & Growth (IGO); and Communications & Awareness (COM).
To advocate LPG as part of the solution to future energy challenges
SAFETY AND BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT
To support efficient and responsible business
INNOVATION & GROWTH
To encourage innovation and support business growth
COMMUNICATIONS & AWARENESS
To effectively communicate and raise awareness
Our working groups
WLPGA has a number Working Groups to support key activities. See the Working Groups.
I am WLPGA
WLPGA is the only global body representing the LPG industry worldwide. We thank all our members for their continued support and team spirit that we all work together to foster.
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Since 1989, the WLPGA has had official Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC).
It has also developed long standing partnerships with other international bodies such as various departments of the UN, the World Health Organization (WHO), Regional Development Banks and a number of well-respected international NGOs such as the Partnership on Clean Indoor Air (PCIA) and E+Co. The geographical spread and diversity of the WLPGA’s membership makes the association a representative, trusted and logical partner in international discussions.