What you need to know about natural gas in Oklahoma

The natural gas industry in Oklahoma is booming, but what do you know about it?

The Oklahoma Natural Gas Association (ONGA) released a report last week that lays out a detailed explanation of how Oklahoma’s natural gas boom works.

The ONGA estimates that the state has over 100 natural gas storage facilities that are capable of handling more than 1 billion cubic feet of natural gas a day.

The report is designed to help customers better understand the industry and how it’s managed, so it’s good to see that they are trying to educate people.

The organization also included a guide to the basics of natural gaseous fracking, as well as a list of the best natural gas companies to hire.

It’s nice to see them trying to promote the benefits of natural, and not the harmful ones.

Oklahoma’s new natural gas law gives people more control and control is important for a lot of reasons.

In particular, it gives the state a bigger hand in managing the natural gas market and it has a big influence on how the natural industry operates in Oklahoma.

The industry is still relatively small, but its growing as more companies jump in to take advantage of it.

That’s important because natural gas is the biggest natural fuel in the country, accounting for about 25 percent of the nation’s natural-gas consumption.

In Oklahoma, natural gas comes in four different types: natural gas liquids, natural gases, compressed natural gas and gas liquefied natural gas (GLF).

In Oklahoma the four main types of naturalgas are: natural, liquefaction, natural-byproduct and gas liquids.

The liquefactory process involves a series of chemicals that remove gas from the gas and then turn it into liquid.

LNG liquefactors have the largest capacity of any kind of natural-gases, and can process anywhere from 10 to 40 billion cubic yards of natural fuel.

In addition, there are liquefactions, which process more of the natural fuel and use more chemicals.

All natural-fuel plants, except those located in rural areas, are required to have a liquefactor and are also required to use natural gas.

These two categories are usually separate, but it’s important to note that liquefacted natural gas can also be liquefished into LNG.

Natural gas liquids can be liquified by adding ammonia to water and then separating the liquid.

They are usually liquefacts that are produced at a facility that processes LNG in addition to natural gas or LNG-by-product.

These liquefaults are generally located in the southern part of the state and are a big part of how the industry operates.

There are a lot more liquefills in Oklahoma, but we’ll focus on natural gas for now.

Oklahoma has over 1,000 natural gas facilities, which account for about 3 percent of all natural gas production in the United States.

They’re the largest gas producer in the U.S., and they’re mostly located in Texas.

The state has the third-largest natural gas reserves in the world behind Texas and Canada.

In 2013, Oklahoma produced 4.9 billion cubic meters of natural gasoline and 9 billion cubic metres of natural diesel fuel, with natural gas accounting for the bulk of the combined.

That makes up about a third of all U.N. energy needs.

Natural-gas production is growing in Oklahoma at a healthy rate.

The natural- gas industry is growing because of a combination of factors.

Natural Gas in Oklahoma’s economy has a lot to do with that.

Oklahoma is a key energy producer in a lot a big way.

Naturalgas is one of the most abundant sources of natural resources in the US, and it’s also one of Oklahoma’s largest energy producers.

NaturalGas also accounts for a large portion of the cost of natural infrastructure in Oklahoma like roads, water, sewers, bridges, airports and more.

There is also a lot going on in the industry that’s changing the way natural gas travels.

In a recent report, the American Petroleum Institute noted that the transportation sector is the most efficient sector of the US economy.

It has a $2.5 trillion annual value and produces more than half of the country’s electricity.

As oil prices continue to plummet, the transportation industry is looking to diversify into the natural-energy market.

The oil and gas industry has been able to capitalize on the drop in oil prices to create jobs in Oklahoma and other parts of the South and Midwest.

However, the natural resources that come out of Oklahoma also make it one of America’s most energy-dependent states.

Natural Resources Oklahoma’s oil and natural gas extraction industry has a very big impact on Oklahoma’s economic development.

It employs about 1,300 people and employs more than 6,000 people in all of Oklahoma.

It is one the largest employers in the state, employing more than 5,000 workers.

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation also has a major role in helping to