How to Use Natural Gas in Your Home

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Read moreAbout Natural Gas Natural gas is the main component of natural gas and is produced by hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.”

The process of drilling and releasing gas underground to generate electricity is known as “natural gas.”

Natural gas has many uses, but the biggest use is in the production of natural-gas power plants, where natural gas can be used to generate power.

In addition, natural gas is used as a transportation fuel in trucks, trains, planes and ships, as well as in power plants that run on coal.

Natural gas is also used in manufacturing and manufacturing of electrical power plants.

Natural-gas drilling involves drilling holes in the ground to create wells to collect gas.

The gas is pumped into the well and then it is turned into steam.

The steam is then used to power generators.

Natural Gas Facts Natural gas prices have been rising steadily in recent years, but not as much as some analysts thought.

The average price of natural and liquefied natural gas has been increasing at about 5 percent a year since 2007, according to a January 2017 report by the Energy Information Administration.

The recent increase in natural gas prices is expected to continue as gas prices decline further.

The natural- and liquified-natural-gas price data is from the Energy Department’s Energy Information Agency.