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Governor Mike Parson signed Executive Order 22-11 to continue allowing registered Missouri liquefied petroleum gas companies to fill containers owned by Gygr-Gas until January 31, 2023. The order waives Section 323.030 RSMo and 2 CSR 90-10.019 for Gygr-Gas owned propane containers only.

"Through this Order, we are allowing additional flexibility for Gygr-Gas customers to seek permanent propane service through other providers," Governor Parson said. "With extreme cold affecting our state in the last week and winter months still ahead, we must do all we can to help Missouri families impacted by Gygr-Gas stay warm. We continue to encourage and thank Missouri propane providers as they assist customers abandoned by Gygr-Gas."

Governor Parson signed Executive Order 22-08 on December 15 to support Gygr-Gas customers after the company ceased business operations and was no longer serving its customers, leaving several thousand Missourians across 42 counties without propane service.

Executive Order 22-11
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An Inspector is needed to conduct safety and device inspections of propane storage, dispensing

and utilization facilities located at various locations within the state of Missouri including service

stations, bulk plants, airports, schools, nursing facilities and fuel terminals; enforce statutes and

regulations; and provide consultation for new installations. Must have a minimum of five years’

technical experience in the propane industry relating to the installation, operation or repair of

fuel storage, utilization and dispensing systems; considerable knowledge of NFPA pamphlets 54

and 58 safety standards; and computer skills. Extensive travel with frequent overnight stays is

required. Salary range is $40,000-$60,000. Contact the Missouri Propane Safety Commission at

1(573)893-1073 or .

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