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7919 Independence Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70806

Mailing Address
Louisiana LP Gas Commission
P.O. Box 66209
Baton Rouge, LA 70896

Phone Number
(225) 925-4895

Fax Number
(225) 925-4898

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Rules and Regulations

The Liquefied Petroleum Gas Commission authorization is the Louisiana Revised Statutes Title 40, Chapter 10, Part I and Part II for liquefied petroleum gases and Title 3, Chapter 10, Part II for anhydrous ammonia.

The Louisiana Revised Statutes and the Louisiana Administrative Code (rules and regulations) may be downloaded from this web site.

Louisiana Administrative Code and Revised Statutes Online

Louisiana Administrative Code (Full PDF Version)

You may purchase a printed copy by sending a request in writing and a check or money order payable to the LP-Gas Commission in the amount of $13 to:

LP-Gas Commission
P.O. Box 66209
Baton Rouge, LA 70896-6209

In December of 1994, the Commission adopted two of the National Fire Protection Association's standards, in regard to liquefied petroleum gases, NFPA (pamphlet) 54 - 1992 edition, the "National Fuel Gas Code" and NFPA (pamphlet) 58 - 1992 edition, the "Standard for the Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases" and adopted one of the American National Standards Institute's standards, in regard to anhydrous ammonia, ANSI (pamphlet) K 61.1 of 1989, except for Section 8 regarding systems mounted on railcar structures.  The Commission, on February 7, 1995, adopted NFPA (pamphlet) 58 - 1995 edition and on December 20, 1999, adopted NFPA (pamphlet) 54 - 1996 edition. In adopting these standards the Commission made exceptions to the standards; that any published Commission rule or regulation would take precedence over the standards. The Commission also reserved the right to make future exceptions to the referenced adopted standards that it deemed necessary, in the interest of public safety. Any exceptions to the referenced standards can be found in the "Adoption of Standards" Subchapter of the Commission rules and regulations.

 

Visit the web site of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) for read-only access to the NFPA codes and standards referenced in our state's statutes and/or regulations .