How to find natural gas in the UK

The UK government has announced plans to launch a new auction to sell natural gas to consumers.

The new auction will start on March 31 and run until the end of March 2019.

The government hopes to sell between 7% and 11% of the UK’s natural gas reserves by 2020.

Natural gas supplies are limited due to high costs, low volumes and a lack of storage facilities.

The UK has only about 4.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas remaining, according to the U.K.’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).

This year, the UK will rely on a reserve of 2.6 billion cubic yards.

This reserve is projected to grow to around 5.6 trillion cubic yards by 2020, according the DECC.

The auction will cover the UK with a total value of over £1.6bn.

It is expected to attract a wide range of potential bidders, from large companies with large gas deposits to smaller companies that are struggling to meet their own gas needs.

The British government has estimated that the total reserves could be worth over £50 billion.

The price of natural Gas is currently about £4 per 1,000 cubic feet.

The current price is about $5 per 1/2 cubic foot.

Natural Gas is a gas that is produced by burning coal and other fossil fuels, mostly in the U, UK, Germany and Scandinavia.

The U.S. is the world’s largest producer of natural-gas.

The US also has the most natural gas production in the world.

The United States has about 9 billion barrels of proven reserves of natural, recoverable natural gas.

The rest of the world has about 1.8 billion barrels.

Natural-gas prices fluctuate wildly between $2.50 to $3.00 per million BTUs.

The European Union has about 10 billion cubic meters of natural and recoverable gas, but the remaining reserves have not yet been tapped.

Natural resources are scarce and it is estimated that natural gas needs to be recovered by 2035.

The largest reserves are in the Eastern Seaboard of the U and the Gulf of Mexico.

The remaining reserves are estimated to be in Alaska, North America’s largest energy producer.