Why the US Energy Industry is going crazy for Natural Gas, and it’s about to get even crazier

Natural gas is the most valuable commodity in the world, with a market capitalization of $14.8 trillion, according to FactSet.

The price of a gallon of gas in the US is currently about $1.50, and in a few months gas prices will increase to about $2 a gallon, which is about the same as what gas prices are currently trading for.

However, as prices for natural gas continue to rise, many of the industry’s big players are scrambling to make a profit.

That’s because a growing number of utilities are also investing in technologies to capture natural gas from the air and store it in large tanks for later use.

The US Natural Gas Association, for example, announced in January that it had partnered with Google to develop the next generation of technology that could convert natural gas into liquefied natural gas (LNG) at a cost of about $300 a million, which means it could be ready to be used for liquefaction in just a few years.

The company, which was formed in 2014, has also announced plans to build a new LNG terminal in Texas.

While these technologies are still in their infancy, some have already begun using them to capture and store natural gas.

Some of these companies are even expanding the use of technology like photovoltaic (PV) panels that use sunlight to capture the energy from sunlight to power electricity.

Others are building large-scale natural gas pipelines that could connect gas pipelines to pipelines and create a vast network of natural gas storage facilities.

And of course, the energy companies are also using the technology to build large gas storage tanks to store their gas in.

However much technology companies are investing in this area, the market is not yet ready for the large-volume LNG storage technologies that are coming.

In order to get LNG out of the ground, the technology companies have to find ways to store it.

This is where the US natural gas industry comes in.

The United States, as a nation, has a natural gas shortage, which has been exacerbated by climate change.

The nation’s population is growing and gas use is expected to grow, which will make natural gas consumption more expensive.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, natural gas use in the United States increased by 9.2 percent between 2005 and 2010, with natural gas supplies becoming more scarce.

In response, the United Nations is warning of an “energy crunch,” and in response, Congress has enacted several bills that aim to increase natural gas production and make natural the cheapest energy source in the country.

These include the Gas Act of 2015, the National Energy Technology Development Act, and the Natural Gas and Electricity Reclamation and Conservation Act.

As the energy crisis continues to worsen, companies like Exxon Mobil, Shell, and Chevron are looking for ways to increase their profits, even as natural gas becomes more expensive to use.

Companies like Exxon are planning to build massive natural gas terminals in the Atlantic Ocean to increase production and shipping capacity.

Meanwhile, Chevron and Shell are looking to build storage facilities in the Gulf of Mexico, which are expected to help them increase their production of LNG.

This new industry is expected by many to grow and take over the world natural gas market.

But even though the industry has already begun to capitalize on the growing natural gas supply, there are still some problems that are holding the natural gas producers back from realizing the full potential of the natural resource.

There are a few reasons that could make the industry fail in the future.

One is that the price of natural-gas will only increase in response to the increased demand for natural-sourced energy.

This has already been the case with coal, and there are also fears that natural gas will become cheaper as a result of climate change, which could lead to more use of natural resources in the coming decades.

Another problem is that gas production is still in its infancy.

As technology continues to advance, it is expected that natural- and nuclear-fired power plants will increase in production and capacity, and natural gas companies will look for ways for them to increase the amount of gas they produce.

These are all factors that will affect the market for natural resources.

These issues can also make it harder for the industry to capitalize, which in turn could make it even more difficult for natural energy to replace coal.

One way to solve this problem is to have more natural gas and coal combined, which would allow the energy industry to compete with oil and natural-source fuels like coal and natural tar sands.

There is also a risk that natural resources will become too expensive and the market will fall into the arms of the energy corporations, which can result in higher prices for all consumers, including the natural-resource industry.

This scenario is not far-fetched.

According the Energy Information Administration, US electricity costs have increased by 7 percent in the last year, which shows that the natural resources industry is not getting off the ground fast enough.

With a price tag of $