The use of LPG has strong environmental credentials, particularly in the area of CO2 emissions and is taxed accordingly. At present the government has a 3 year advance agreement with the industry that prevents duty levels from closing more than 1 penny per year.
LPG is a by product of the refining process and if not used may have to be destroyed as it is expensive to store in the quantities produced by the oil exploration companies. It is almost inconceivable that the government would raise duties significantly. If they did the LPG market would be in danger of generating no revenue at all and emission levels would rise significantly.
In Germany the government has given a 20 year promise to maintain current duty levels to allow a stable LPG industry to grow, there is pressure on the UK government to move in the same direction.