Founded in 1855, Parker County is named after the state legislator Isaac Parker. Parker introduced the bill which established the county. By 1860, Parker County's population was slightly over 4,000. In the late 1800s, Parker County saw exponential growth due to the Texas and Pacific railways. Eventually, Highway 20 and increased oil production slightly shifted Parker County's focus from agriculture. Though Parker County remains a hub for agribusiness. Today, Parker County boasts a population of over 120,000 residents. Northwest Propane Gas Company is proud to serve your residential and commercial propane needs.
Northwest Propane Gas Company has provided propane products and delivery services since 1946. Northwest is family owned & operated since its founding; and our propane gas products are manufactured in Texas. We provide superior service for both residential and commercial customers.
We offer residential propane delivery service within 24 hours or less, 6 days a week.
Order fuel online or contact us toll-free at: 800-274-6121
Northwest propane has converted more vehicles than any other company in Texas combined. We have provided conversion services for school bus and state fleets since 1989; and we have performed engine conversion services for over 60 years with over 20,000 engine conversions.
Save on Fuel: Propane is a highly efficient fuel source and costs approximately 40% less than gasoline fueled fleet, and 20% less than diesel fueled fleet.
Save on Maintenance: Gasoline fueled engines have far more soot and acids left over after combustion. The carbon and acid buildup contributes to the breakdown of motor oil. After the motor oil is compromised, your engine undergoes more wear. This leads to increased maintenance cost. However, propane burns clean, which allows your motor oil to operate with maximum efficiency.
Reduce Emissions: Propane is a clean fuel listed in both the 1990 Clean Air Act and the Energy Policy Act of 1992. Propane is non-toxic and produces up to 70% fewer emissions than gasoline engines. Many newer propane fueled vehicles are EPA certified as meeting the Ultra Low Emission Vehicle standard.