Where is gas found?

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Natural gas is found deep underground in a mixture of mainly methane, ethane, butane, pentane, propane and hexane. This gas is found in oil fields and natural gas fields. The largest gas reserves are located in Russia.
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Natural gas is found in the ground. In the USA, 33 states have natural gas wells. Gas Hydrates, which is frozen liquid natural gas, is found on the bottom of the ocean. Gasoline is made from oil which is found under ground as well. You can find more information here: http://www.pge.com/microsite/safety_esw_ngsw/ngsw/more/facts.html
Natural gas is found in the ground and places like caves. This gas is plentiful in the earth. Gasoline, to run engines, is not a natural element and is actually refined from crude oil and produced.
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