LPG products are merchandised and traded by Trammo Gas and Sea-3.
The Trammo Gas Division of Transammonia, Inc, located in Houston, Texas, trades
LPG in the U.S. market. Propane accounts for the majority of
the volume, but the Division also trades ethane, butane,
iso butane, and natural gasoline. In 2009, the Division
traded approximately 8.0 million metric tons of all products.
Trammo Gas International, Inc. operates three gas carriers under long term time
charters. They are engaged in the worlwide transportation of LPG for third
Sea-3 is the largest importer and distributor of propane in the Northeast of United
States. As a vital link in the Northeastern energy picture, Sea-3 is a source of portable
energy to homes and businesses that are not connected to a natural gas utility network
and provides a practical alternative to increasing electricity prices and unstable oil
suppies. Sea-3 also participates in gas marketing on the Gulf Coast and other areas of the
United States. Sea-3's annual volume is about half a million metric tons per year.
Sea-3 of Florida owns a 50,000 metric ton propane terminal at the Port of Tampa.
Centrally located in the heart of the state's industrial west coast, Sea-3 of Florida supplies
propane to the western and central portions of the state.
LPG products merchandised and traded regularly by Trammo Gas and Sea-3: