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Natural gas


Natural gas is a naturally occurring hydrocarbon gas mixture consisting primarily of methane, but commonly including varying amounts of other higher alkanes, ...

NaturalGas.org - Brought to you by NGSA


Naturalgas.org is presented as an educational website covering a variety of topics related to the natural gas industry. The purpose of this website is to provide  ...

Natural Gas - U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)


Alberta wildfires reduce natural gas demand and prices in Canada ... Canada expects lower natural gas exports to U.S., higher LNG exports to other countries.

Natural Gas (Fracking) - The New York Times


News about natural gas. Commentary and archival information about natural gas as fuel from The New York Times.

Virginia Natural Gas


Virginia Natural Gas operates and maintains natural gas pipes, reads meters and distributes natural gas to certified marketers, who sell it to more than 275000 ...

Natural Gas | Department of Energy


But an increasing number of trucking companies are transitioning their vehicles to run on liquefied natural gas (LNG), reducing fuel costs and harmful emissions  ...

Alternative Fuels Data Center: Natural Gas


Feb 29, 2016 ... Natural gas, a domestically produced gaseous fuel, is readily available through the utility infrastructure. Whether produced via conventional or ...

Piedmont Natural Gas


Distributes natural gas to residential, industrial and commercial customers in the Carolinas and Tennessee.

Natural gas - International Energy Agency


Natural gas is seen as a good source of electricity supply for a number of economic, operational and environmental reasons: it is low-risk (technically and ...

What is natural gas - Informatorium


Natural gas is a mixture of hydrocarbons, a subject of a religious cult and academic disputes, as well as an essential resource. It is invisible and odorless.

Natural gas is a compound formed by the decomposition of organic material beneath the surface of the earth.
In some places, gas escapes from small gaps in the rocks into the air; then, if there is enough activation energy from lightning or a fire, it burns.