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E1 imports LPG from oil-producing countries and store it at Yosu and Incheon Terminals. The clean energy LPG is supplied to autogas stations, bottling stations, gas retailers and industrial customers furnished with their own storage facilities, and, finally, end users for residential, commercial, and industrial use. E1 also exports LPG to Asia, including China and India.
Presently, E1 is composed of the Seoul Headquarters, six provincial branches, two storage terminals, 223 refueling stations, and two overseas offices in Bahrain and Indonesia.
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